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TFIE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME IL 



£bc $aiut |aul ^rc5s. 

OFFICIAL PAPER O F THE STATE 

l^^' This pip>'r hx"* a larijer Daily, Tri- 
Vre«ikly auJ Weokly ciroulallou than any other in 
Minnesota, an I therefore prtwonts imluceinenta to atl- 
Teruter* trUloli they will aoi OuU elwwheru. 

4 _ 

ST. PAUL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28. 



lar SEE FOURTH PAGE. 

THF. NEWS THIS nOHNINO. 

We have from tlie South, througli re'iel 
channels, accounts of a iiumber of cuiiage- 
meot'', j;rt'at and i mull, in which the cliiv- 
uliy t «kt-' 4ord cari- to u'port the advanta- 
g- s gained all ou th< ir side. We shall have 
to wait the uewa tliruunh other channels to 
get it con telly. 

Furl Macon is h-sitsred. Bmn^itie lias 
aitacktd Elizabeth City. The heroic East 
Tennesiietans, wiibout ad ([uate arms, are 
being slaughtered by the bloodhouuda of 
slavery. If iliero is anything in the his- 
tory of this war to make us blush, it is :hat 
we have not sent holp at any cost to the 
loyal men ol the mountain districts. 

Beauregard's confessional dispatch 
proTtS to be true, notwithstanding the 
New York lUiald first told it. lie had 

receiv. d part of hi:> reinlorcements, but the 

occuUalion produced by the transit of Gen. 

Ui'.cbtirs very opake body of tioops has 

pretty etlectuallj shut out the balance. 

So Peter 0. will have to shine as best he 

can with what hi has 

The bombardment of Fort Wright, and 

the eiege of Yorktown progress, without 

any known result as yet. 

Sbnator Ualk's RF.«ir.NATiox.— The fol- 
lowing is Senator Hale's letter of resigna- 
tion of the Chairinan^bip of the Committee 

ou Naval Afilairs : 

To ti>« p. aiilent <■/ tht f'enatt : 

I hereby resigti my place a> Chairman of 
the Cxmmiitee on N'avui Affairs. I do so jae^ 
cause I can no longer hold tlie place C0Dsisi'> 
ently wiiii what I conceive to be due to a proper 
■elf>re8pect. 

And that there may be no mistake or mis- 
Appr>.'liension as to mv leusons for so doin^, 
I wwh to iidd that noihinj; which has occurred 
(Out»iil<! ilie rieu.ile Chauibfr lias had any inUu- 
ence with tne— lest the step taken at this time 
nia}- siibJL'Li me to misHppreliension, I will rur» 
t\u:'r nda that ail I bavu and all I an shall be 
cheerlullv devoted to the causb of my coun- 
try. 

Should my constituentg demand it of me, 1 
bave ibo tullesl contideace that I can readily 
vindicate the propriety and necessity which 
jiumpel lue reluctautly to tnke the step I have. 

JOUN 1'. HALa. 



j^u eminent Ameriian, form riy a Den-.- 

ocral, wIk) has for" Bonie time past resided 
in Europe, writes ua a Jetter. from which 
we quote as follows: 

•»\Vc are crazy if ws preserve the etatus 
of Slavery. I should a« soon think of pre 
serving a mad dog that had bitten and 
killed my childreu.' — N. i'. Jriiune. 

—Col. Alban oi the 18ih Wisconsin, 
who was shot at Pittsburg Landing, was 
fatber-iu-law to Hon. Luiher B. Hanclutt, 
Member of Congress. 

THECONCeUT I.A.ST NIGHT. 

The musical entertainment at IngersoU's 
H ill, last night, was of a high order, and 
deligiited a very lari^e audience. Tbe violin 
playing of Mr. Hencke was splendid, and 
Wood, on the piano, made the notes bop in 
very testacy of musical glee. .Mr. Zeuzius 
and all his assistants sang and played tioely. 
The entertainment was entirely successful. 
Tbe Hall was well filled, and tbe receipts 
must have nearly or quite equalKd that of 
the former entertainment of the Ladies' 
Soldiers' Aid Society. 

THANKS. 

Tb« urdies of the Soldiers' Aid Society, 
"desire thug pnblicly to express their grati- 
tude, and return their warmest thanks to 
Messrs. Zenzia', .Hencke, and Assistants 
lor their 8«rrices so generously bettowed in 
■the delightful concert at IngersoU's Hal', 
Jast night. 

Thtir like tlianka also to Mr. logfraoll, 
for the ufe of his Ilall, and to ail who have 
contributed to the very successful enter- 
tainment. 

THB FEDERAL DISTRICT FREE ! 

The Capital of the American Republic 
has ceased to be a slavehoMing citv ! 
Whatever misriiief the Slaveholders' Re- 
beiiion may bave caused, however moun- 
tainiius ihe woes it has heaped on this de 
▼oted land, we may thank it fur the oppor- 
tunity to banifh slaveholding from that 
District in which it wa.s conspicuoiisly our 
Natinnal shame, silencing all cavils as to 
■Nurtliem complicity wiih the giant crime, 
and cau-ing every republican in the Old 
Wiir'd U) blu-h f'T the recreancy of the 
model republic. Thank God lor one wrong 
fedresstd — one barning shame washed away. 

Ai'd this act of National justice, once 
J "^t is dutie forever. The Egypts. Sixth 
^' '^ and Ud Berksea of the Free States, 
Wurdi, -^ jy g^i^j efheient Members to 

aietoo le >(4 Slavery back into the na- 
Ccngress to vo ■ ^j„ f,^^ , ( 

^''!^!Pll"l^V,..-*^-M.« to' this act of 



make a show of oi.j 



''jI f-.el that it ex 



Emancipation; but all m. . 4,4 <^Ueav.n 
alts us as a people m the si^. ^Jt^"' " 

and of all just men. 

One year ago to-day Virginia se. 
from the Union ; and we printed the abu ' 
give replies of the Governors of Ken- 
tucky, North Carolina and Missouri, to the 
President's ri quest for Militia to put down 
the rebellion which had just bi-mbarded 
and captured Fort Sumter. Anderson and 
his brave band were on their way to this 
city; soldiirs were muateiing in the loyal 
Stales for the defense of the Capital and 
the National integrity. The Herali! had 
just ceased advocating the adoption by the 
Free Slates of the Montgomery Constitu- 
tion, thereby infltalliog Jt fF. Davis ia the 
White House, vice Lincoln kicked out; 
and the rebellion was everywhere mustering 
its lorces for the sudden seizure ol Norfolk, 
Harper's Ferry. St. Louis and Washington. 
Since then we have lived many years in ou<s 
nntil this day sees slavery banished 
from the Capital, and liberty there pro- 
claimed the birthright of every human 
Uing So events march, God overruling 
and guiding them to wise and bpnignant, 
though often innorutable ends. Live tbe 
Eepablic — Is'tv York Tribune, 



T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28, 1862. 



NUMBER 97. 



PVKLir itlERTIIVCS AT S.4iINr AN- 
THONY. 

At a iari^e meeting of th<' eilizei s of St. 
Anthony and vicinity, at Stanchfield's Hall, 
April 21st, 18(>'2, to take into consideration 
the i'Kgal tola e.xactetl by the .Mi-.sissipfi 
Bridge Company , N. 11. lieiniup called 
the house to order, and 0. C. .Merriman 
wa-: electetl Chairman, ami Geo. P. BaMwin, 
Secretary. 

H. T. Wells, E?q., and If,m. Davi 1 
Heuton addressed the nueling. 

.Mr. Heaton introduced the following 

resolution, which was unanimuu-ly adopted : 

RtsolvtJ, That the rates of toll as named 
and specitied in the late net of the Legislature, 
in relation to the Mississippi Bridge Com- 
pany, are such and only such as are authorized 
to be demanded or taken by said Company, 
that we will at all times stand ready to comply 
with the law in the payment of these legal 
rates, but that we cannot, and we hereby dis- 
tinctly declare that we will not pay the extra 
and onerous rates attuinpied to be collected 
from us by the Company, without any au- 
thority of law on their part whatever. Upon 
the tender or payment of the rates as provided 
by law, we are determined to insist upon, and 
will avail ourselves of the right to cross and 
recross said Bridge, and that we recommend to 
other localiii*** interested, the adoption of the 
same line of policy. 

On motion, the proceedings of the meet 

mg were ordered printed in the St. Paul 

and Hennepin couiify papers. 

O. C. -MERRIMAX, Chuirmac. 
Geo. p. Baldwi.v, Secretary. 

St. Anthony, April 21st. 1862. 

Telegraphic Items. 

Zank.svillb, (Ohio,) April 22. 
The Central Ohio express train, bound 
west from Bellaire this morning, ran oflthe 
track near Spencer's station, instantly kill- 
ing S. Corbin, the Conductor, and severely 
injuring several others. 

BosTos. April 21. 

'I'he Hoosac tunnel bill was defeated in 
the Senate to-day by the adoption of a sub- 
stitute. 

Pittsburg, April 22. 

The river is two feet by the pier mark, 
and rising all day. 

St. Johns, N. F., April 22. 

The ice has entirely disappeared (rom 
the vicinity of Cape Race, and it is confi- 
dently anticipated that European news will 
be olitained there alina«t immediately. 

Boston, April 2'1. 

THE FLOOD TS NEW ENGLAND. 

Advices from tiie interior repirt tlia' the 
fre.shet has reached i's height and the waters 
are now receding. Railroad travel is re- 
suming its regularity. 

From San Francisco. 

THE NORTHERN MINES. 

Sa.\ FaANCisco, April 21. 
Four steamers from Oregon and British 
Columbia, have arrived within three daye. 
The northern minioo- regions were becoming 
accessible agam, and steamers will doubtless 
reiurn crowded with passengers. 



LOCAL AFFAIRS. 



Pouctatjj k ©iimmmkl 



Nice Things at Kkli.oggV — Seo his 
new advertisement thi.s morning. He has 
a complete stock of fancy goods, to which 

I he is making additions daily. Oive him 

; a nail. 



Monetary. 



LATEST NEWS. 



I Upha.\i & HoLMKs have temporarily re- 
i moved to the old Rob«Tt3 building, comer 
of .fuck.-on und the Levee. As soon as the 
waters abate th-y will hi back to their old 
stand with a full stoc'i of Iresh goods in 
their line of business. Meantime, see their 
new advertisement of this inorniug. 



MiW ADVl^;RiiSEAifc.i\i:S 



JP» on s J £, £ r M s ^ p . 

A QOOD HORSE, 

For Saddlo or Baicgy, SOt^Nl), SERVICKABI E (>Dd 

KIND, and a good truvtl^r. 

Apil.at WOLCOTT'S MVEay STABLE. 

Kp2a-3t 

LEMONS 

AND 



o R A. isr a E s 



Just received and for sale by 



tPHAM ^ HOLMES. 



•pr23 



Oranges and Lemons ! 

MAPLE SXJG^AR. 

QKKKN APPIjES, 

Sweet Cider. 



At 



[apr23] M. N. KBI^tiOGG'S. 



rp ^ ff le 



wV O TICS, 



Un Iiec>iD;lj<?r ::1,18G1, I :i.aue luy cot* ftr $334, 
pavHhle on ieioand, to AdolpbHuiizikPr, Rnd de iTei- 
eil it •■> M HuDzker, cf St Paul But Out same U 
tranlule^t aU'I roid and 1 bAr4i>; nam kII persOD* 
f oni huriog it. JOHN ni'BEL. 



«.* T l-Vlt. 



1,0 ST MfVtt. 



A.AyVMUOW.^ Fl'lt VICTUKI.\R waa 

lost on ^.tturday eTcniog, in walitins; from tlie City 
lark to \\xf. top uf <>t. AoiUi'D; hill. A tuitabl j re- 
ward will be ^iven on returciog it to J.-VME-S DAVEN- 
W)RTS B iMkSt»r«. Third utr-tt. apr2-?:2t' 

Furniture at Auction. 

ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, at 10 O'CL'K, 

We will aeil 

THE ENTIRE HOUSEfTOLD GOODS, 

< f two f 'milieu, eir!!>raciDg Parlor, Chamber and 
Ki eben Furnitare. 

The good.') can be seen on Tu«nday. 

£kl« io baiemi-nt of our xtTd on Tbtrd Ktr««t, n«zt 
, ^dg«, cOBlOMTioes wl 10 o'clock. 

* " . FAlRCBfLD & PEASE,' 

r^ Auationeern and Com. Merchant" 

RpT20 ^ — . 



TO RENT. 

From »iid after tbe flmt daj »/"^P"f<l» 1^3, a tafg« 
and cotnmodioaR 

FIRST CLASS BO.\RDING HOUSE, 

fltTorably known a« th<t vlcntn* Hooso. 
Apply V> i'-^'^ «. PBINOK 

maris f 



THE MINNESOTA SEWING MACHINE 
DEPOT 

Ba^ been remored to French'* Brick Blosk, nest dorr 

east of flavenport'* Book Store, Third street, St Paul. 

RprTJMw G W HARCTC"?, Agent. 



€t 



HO. ji.jyrocufiB, 



arrOKNKY AND OOnNSKI.lXK AT IJtW, 

Oflo* in K'Clanic'* (?})oia<<) Block. 

jMl'61 -'.te ?iii>«^"i M- 



\.yCoi.. 



.'01.. Vo\ Boroer-:rodk. — We were 
pleased to see tbe Colonel cf the Filth Reg 
imtnt about town yesterday, he having al- 
most entirely recovered from his late acci- 
drnt, thaDk:< — he inform!^ us— to his atten- 
tive s irgeoo. Dr. Riger. The Colonel will 
take up his quarters at Fort Snelling on 
Saturday. 

NoTicB. — T^e acting men at the polic? 
ofiBci , St. Paul, have succeeded in cap- 
turing a considerable amount of personal 
property stolen by two sisters who have 
been employed .as servant girls in St. 
Paul and St. Anthony the past eight 
months. The propeity can be had — so 
we are informed— by applying to James 
Gooding, Mayor Prince's Chief of Police, 
or perhaps to any one else about the office. 
The application by owners should be made 
early. 

The Bridge. —Thp high water having 
entirely cut off communication between 
St. Paul and Dokota county, Jim Williams 
proposes to bring down his large scow 
from the •' Cave Ferry " to make connec- 
tions with the west end of the bridge and 
the high grounds across the river. City 
Treasurer Morgan informed us la^t even 
iog that this arrangement would be entered 
into to day. Seii.sible— if it don't cost too 
much. 

Regimental Co.mmissionkkh op Deeds.— 
As it frequently occurs, that our soldiers 
absent in the regiments in Virginia or 
Tcnnesjiee, have occa.sion to execute papers 
that beiore recording at home require an 
acknowlrdgment before an authorized 
officer, to relieve this difficulty the Leg- 
islature at its late session authorized the 
Governor to appoint a commissioner for each 
regiment to take acknowledgments, admin- 
ister oaths, &c. Under this law the fol- 
lowing appointments have been made : 

First Regiment— John Peller. 

Second Regiment — John D. Wilson. 

Third Regiment— Geo. P. Bertram. 

Fourth Regiment— A. L. Williams. 

-Major Hadlky. — The nturn home of 
this officer of tbe Third Regiment, appears 
to have given a fresh revival to secesh scan- 
dal in papers of doubtful loyalty in certain 
portions of the State. The Pioneer, with a 
relish of appetite which the managers there- 
of might be expected to have at a good 
breakfa.Ht after a tedious winter, yesterday 
morning rehashed a meal from the Chat- 
field Democrat. 

Major Hadley is now in St. Paul. He 
has neither resigned nor does he intend to 
resign. He has a regular furlough on sick 
leave; and any one raeelinghirn will see that 
he did not come home without cause. There 
are officers who bave traveled all the way 
from Tennessee back to Minnesota on " sick 
leave,'* or some other excuse, who have not 
done half the service that Major Hadley 
has. 



CDRRENCY AND EXCHANGE QUOTA- 

TfOKS or TnOMPSUN' Bao'8 B.\NKBRH, AND DBAL- 
BK8 IN BXCHANQB, I.A\'t> WARttAN'TS. AC. 

St. Paul, April aS, 18«i2. 
BANRaRLK FUNDS. 
KewYork, Kew EaKlaiul, , 

Ohio, Micbi^Hu, 

Iowa, Philadfljibia, 

Indiana, New Jeriwy , 

Winona Gjiinty Sank, Pittsburgh, 

Ram.se> Co. Kadorsed Scrip, Wisconsin. 
tJ 3. Demand Notws, Canada. 

Dnited States 6 per cent, two years Note* 
Darling & Scbeffer's endorsed scrip . 
EXCHANGE RATES. 

SeUiog ior. Preiuium 

Bankable Fundi IV^perctprin 

I Rastern J^ p<»r ol prm 

Treasary Noteii Jiprctpr". 

Atneriean Oold, y^ perct d o. 

Commercial. 



River News. — The anxiety iq regard to 
the flood was quieted yesterday morning by 
the ob^rvations made the previous night 
" The river i? about nt a stand," was tbe 
report made from one end of the levee to 
the other. So it was louod ; and in fact 
late last evening the water appeared to be 
falling, if anything. The extreme h'gh- 
water mark yesterday morning was about 
ten or twelve inches below where it was la-^t 
year. 

The Minnesota at Cha?ka, yesterday mor- 
ning, at eight o'clock, had fallen some two 
or three inches. 

At about the same hoar, the upper Mis- 
sii^ippi was at a stand at Auoke, and Ram 
river Inlling rapidly. 

Th.- War Eagle ol the St. Paul, Prairie 
du Chien and Dunlieth line, made her fi'St 
appearance in port this season, yesterday 
morning She is in command of our old 
friend, Capt. N F. Webb, with Charley 
Mather at the head oF the clerk's depart- 
ment. The old War Ejgle appears just as 
good a^ new. She goes out punctually 
this morning at eight o'clock. 

Capt. Bell started the Favorite punctually 
en time for Mankato, yesterday. 

The Clara Hine and Antelope went op 
about the same hoar, and altogether our 
Minnesota river fleet made quite a display. 

Lavd Warraitts. Half Breed and Reserve 

8crip -all sixes — pnoe«. 
jy28 THOMPSON BROS. 



F. KNAUFT, 

Comer of Serenth and Olive itreets. 

BAB I» ADDITION TO HIS MW A^fD FCLL STOCK OF 

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS 

A complete aas^rtment (f 

Queensware, Lamps, &c> 

All of n bicii will be sold at the lowest possible rates. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES. 

or Fairbank.i' best make, always oorrect and ready 
for Dae. Thoee who have Hay, Orain or LiTe Stock 
■or Rsie, oao eave money by getting it weighed 
aprlD fehSSlr 

yg B T t f i C M ,M L LK»B. 

ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, 
SKLPHO'S PATENT. 

The abOT« aBri7»Ue<} lubstitnte for lost limbs, 
biaiag latest improTetnant!>, eaa be bad only of 
WM. SKLPBO, PatentM, 



BY TELEGEAPH TO ST. PAUL. 

WINSLOW'S LINK. 



THE INTERCEPTED DISPATCH OF 
BEAUREGARD GENUINE. 



A Third of the Reinforcements 
had Reached him. 



MITCHELL BLOCKADES THE BALANCE. 



&C., 



&C., 



&C. 



The opening of navigatioD baa materially 
revived business, but not to tbe extent it would 
except for the high water oud tbe coDtinued 
bad conditiou of the roada leading into the 
country. 

Our merchants are receiving their spring 
stocks rapidly, and it will only be a few dnya 
ere their estahliahments will present full in- 
voices for the season's trade. 

Changes in our figures of last week are 
not material in articles of general mercbaa- 
dise Sugars bave declined somewhat, as will 
be seen by our quotations. There are Leavy 
consignments of tbe coarse article arriving by 
almost every boui. Nulls we advance to suit 
the figures of the Pittsburt;, Cincinnati and 
St. Louis markets. 

In grain, we quote no material change, ex- 
cept in wheat, which still goes down, as will 
be seen. Our figures are quite as high as tbe 
market will allow. Dealers are buying with 
great care, and scarcely any shipments are 
yet being made. 

Beef cattle we continue at our quotations of 
last week, which are quite high enough. Sheep 
'or slaughter are bought at $1@6 per head 
by the butchers, and veal calves at %Z(a>f>, ao- 
cordiog to age and condition. Dressed bigs 
brought in for sale at tbe butchers' stalls are 
bringing $3.75@4.00 $ cwt. 



RBTAIl. PUICES. 

Sr. PtUL, April 23, 1862. 

Bbans— White, 1.00@1.25 cents ^ bushel. 

BuTTBR— Firkin, ^tb»(glO. Country, in rolls 
10(dJ12>^c. 

Ca.sdlb;s— Tallow, m'd, ^ ft 11@12. Star 
18(.S'20. Adamantine, 20. Sperm, 40@50. 

Cakbu.v Oil — Best quality 50c. 

CuBKSB-W. R. 1^ tb 11. Hamburg IS. 

CoFFBB— Rio, ^8 ft Prime 25. Laguayra, 
25(2428. Java, 80(g33. Mcicha, S0@83. 

Eggs— Three dozen for 25c. 

FauiTS— Apples, i;reen, ^ bbl. fS 75@4 25 ; 
dried, |) ft 10c. Cranberries ^ bushel i)0(g, 
$1. Peaches, dry, ^ lb 123^0. 

FLOua— Superfiue ^ bbl. $3 50 Extra $4 25 
@4 50. 

Mbal— Corn ^sack, |1 15@|;1 25. 

MoLASSKS— Plantation, |^ g->ll., 5Uc. Sugar 
bouse, COc. Oulden Syrup, 75c. Stuart's xx 
90@$100. 

Lard— Per lb 7@8c. 

Omo^s. — Per bushel, 40c. 

Potatobs— Per bushel, 25ig80. 

PooLTBY— Chickens, "i^ pr lb. 10c; Tur- 
keys pr lb. 12c)^.c 

SiCB— Per ft. 10@11. 

SoHAR—Brown, '^ ft 10c. Refined 000, 
I2vgl3. Refined. OAOO, lii>^@18. Powdered, 
12 Crushed, 12>5@14. Cut loal. 12>^'<gl8 
Mbats — Smoked, Hums Sugar cured 10c, plain 
8c, Shoulders 5@6, Clear Sides 7@8. Meats 
Cut — Beef Surloiu and Porter liouse etealcR 
and roasts Sc^lOc, Round 6c, and other cuts 8 
a5. Pork — Steaks and Choice Roast, 6 ; cuts 
4(/5. Mutton, Lamb and Veal. 14. 

Teas — Young Hyson and Imperial $1.00@ 
$1.25; Ooloug 6U(£S$1.25. 



WHOIjESALB pkices curkent. 

iT«par<!d erjwrjsZy/or tfce St. Paci Press , <M»d ccrrmifA 
daily. 



ALB. 
XXX Pitteburgh . . . 12(314 
St. Paul & .St. Anthony 6(39 
BottliKd Scotch , in piDt 
bottle8|»doz fi 25(32 lb 

BCA.NS. 

fVbite, ft bu 60(3)1 00 

BRBAD. 



St. Paitl, April 2S, 1862. 

IKON. 

Flat Bar — PennaylTania 

ordinary Hizes 04 

luniatado 00 

LtniHBK. 
Common ,lDCh,ftM .(8(310 

Clear 20(322 

■hiding 14(318 



Water Orackere, V ft .. .4| Flooring 18(322 

Butter Crackers 6>< i Lath 1 60 

Soda, Boston, &c HlShinglee 2X^3 00 

Pilot Bread '^ bbl ..(3 60 lead ahd SHOt. 

Bcmta. JPif, %»ft 8 

Firkin, 5p ft OOTJBar 8 



Ooantry, in rolls. .8)^(310 
RKF OATTLX 

On foot »2 50/33 00 



Shot, V bag 1 80 

uoi^Aans. 
Plantation. ^ gall .40(342 



Oreased 5 00(36 OOjSugar House 60(3 

CAMDUB. Golden Syrup (5(370 

Tallow, m'd, f4 ft 9(310 sAoa. 

SUr . 10(318 j Cut , "assorted 5fiOf^i 

Adamantine 20(3— ; Wrought, ft keg 7 00 

Spersy 40(360; PAlsre a.vd Olie. 



CARBOX OIL. 

No. 1 40(336 

No 2 36(3i8 

cheese 
W.R.lift 909« 



White l»'adKH00ft7>i®SX 
Urd Oil ^ gall . . . 85(387 

Veatdfoot 1 50 

Whale 86(380 

Linseed 1 0" 



Hamburg 8>4®9 Turpentine 1 76 

OOFFBB. j 

Rio, ^ ft Prime il®22! 0M0.X8. 

Laguayra 'iii(a)'ii ?6T bush 80(33S 

Uva 30] PROTiniOKn 

Mooha 30 Mess Pork 1^ bbl %fiSiO 

COAL. I Mess Beef, |1 bbl 10(3 > 1 U 

'•ittsburgh ^ bush .... 75c Cl-ar Sides 8(®0 

Illinois |t bush 40c Hams, plain S. Cored.. 8 



oordaoe. 



Shoulders. 



6/36>i 



ManilU, V ft ... . 12(®12>i 1 Dried B^f 11012X 

lute 9(310 Oanvassed bams 12 

BOOS. Leafl.ard 6^7 



Perdoaen 8(SP 

FRtTTTi". 

Apples«'n|ibblS3 50(34 00 

Appitis,Uried9ft ....7(^8 

Almonds 10(2>J-.; 

Cranberries |i bu "S® — I 



POTATOES 

Neshannocks and Pink 
Eyes , V buab 20(3 'i6 

PiwnEE. 

FFG & FFFG kgi^ 26lbSg 00 
12H 6 W) 



2 75 
6 00 

3 25 
2 00 



Psaches, dry, fl ft ..9(312; " «' " 6w 
Kaixins.fi box (^i 60(34 .SOIBlostiog, kgs, 25 Ibt. 
Raihinsh'fbox $175(32 001 " " l/^ 

Prunes 9(310| " " 6Ji 

Cnrranta 10(3151 bici. 

Fran. IPer ft 8^(39 

No. 1 Mackerel fl bbl . . $16 soap. 

N0.2 " n '>)mmon, fl ft ....4>i(36 

No. 3 » ©H'lFamily 6^ 

Dry Cod, V ft SHfSOiCaxtile 15 

Sealed Herrini<,^ box.SOlGerman 9)i(S^ 

piatbers. I sroAR. 

Live Geese 66(360 Brown |i ft... 

'jidian 15®2o|Rpfined AtB... 

PLODS ANn MEAL 1 R«ened,0 acOO. 

japerflne, ^ bbl $3 50 1 Powdered 

Extra 3 76(34 00 ] (Rushed 

Com Meal, fl bag .1(31 10 Cat Loaf 



ORAIH. 

Wheat ft buab c0a53 

Rye 2:^(3— 

Oats 303'i3 



...12(3- 
..12(3- 

13 



STEEL. 

iCngiisb Oast f) ft 22^26 

ttirman Cast 15 

^jlg!istl Spring 10 

Barley 35(®40 American !-pring 10 

Com 30(335 i English Blister 18Q^ 

Hominy, 9 bo $2 25(32 50' American Blister r^i^ 

OLASW. TEAS. 

American Window Voung Hyson Ugll 1 

8x10 $2 26(32 50 '>olong... 46(386 

10x12 2 60(32 75 whuukv. 

10x14 2 76(33 Ol- , R«»tilied . V gall . . . 26(328 

10x16 to 12x16 .. 3 00(34 On Honongahela. . . 7i(32 0<i 
12x18 to 2x20 .4 00'35 0<>; Old Bourbon ...164^3 00 
Par ton, about 8 00(310 Oo 



ST. PAUL FURinARKET. 

The following are tbe ruling prices ior No. 
1 furs; 

Mink $ 1 50 to $ 2 00 

Coon 25" 76 

Fisher 8 00" 6 00 

Otter 2 00" 4 00 

White Wolf. 60" 100 

Prairie Wolf 80" 60 

Martin 2 00" 4 00 

Skunk 10 " 15 

Badger 15" 26 

Deerskins ^ft 10" 20 

Black Bear 8 00" 8 00 

Black Cub Bear 2 00" 4 00 

Red Fox 100" 150 

Pross Fox 2 00" « oo 

SiWer Fox 20 00" 60 00 

Kitt Fox 20" 80 

Beaver 9 skin 75" 125 

Wildcat 26" 60 

Muskrat 6 " 11 

Lvnx 100" 160 



^y« trace aum,r of ataLmt, 

wM. Veatameata, and SabbMtb S' b«ol Books, at 
•etfli IIERBIIX^ nUUi, Third SlMia 



Cincinnati, April 22. 

The Hwnt<villr correspondent of the Ga- 
zette sayB thai tJeneral Btauregard'a dis 
patch to Gentral Cooper, calliug for rein- 
forcements wa"? found in tbe telegraph office, 
having passed over tlio wires beiore Gen- 
eral Mitchell's division reached HuDlfviile, 
and about one third of the reinforcements 
called for, had already passed down to Co» 
rintb. The remainder are colJei;ted at 
Chattan.ioga and other points on the Ten- 
nessee river, being unable to move forwani 
on account of the ob.slructiOD9 placed iu 
their way by (ien. M tu-hell. 

Beauregard's dispatch whs partially writ- 
ten in cy[»her, but was easily translated by 
Geo Mitchell. 

The rolling stock captured by Mitchell 
has been sent to Na.«hvi!le. 
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Interesting from the South- 

THE UNION MEN OP EAST TENNES.SEE. 



ftEBGL ACCOUNTS Of A FIGHT. 



Washixgton, April 21. 

[Special to Tribum.]-T)ie Norfolk 
Day Book of Saturday zontains the follow 
ing : 

Knoxville, April 18. — Captain Ashley, 
commanding 300 artillery, encountered 
750 Lincolnites stampeding for Kentucky, 
yesterday near Jacksonboro. Tennessee. 
They had a hand to band fight for two 
hours, and he succeeded iu killing about 
75 and taking 500 pri-oners. Our loss 
was nine killed and about 25 wounded. 
No les.s than 5 500 Lincolnites left East 
Teimeesee for Kentucky since the Gov- 
ernor's proclamation cilhng on the mili- 
tary. 

THE PRBSIDBMT TAEE.S THR RKSP0N8IBILITY. 

Washington, April 21, 
A message rt-ached the Seiiate Irotn tbe 
President, touching to arrest of e.\-Secre> 
tary Cameron at the instance of Pierce 
Butler. The President avows Butler's ar- 
rest to be his act done under his authority, 
and a^ers that it was justified by .«tute of 
necessity. 

ANOTHER BRIOADISR. 

Tbe nomination of Col. 'i uttle of tbe 2d 
Iowa, as Brigadier General, has been de- 
termined upon. 

GEN. BrSECBANS. 

Gen. liosecrans is in command of a 
corps. He will soon be heard from. 

THE riOBT IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

The following telegraph gives the rf bol 
account of a skirmish in North Carolina, 
of which we bave uo news: 

GoLDSBOBO, April 17. 

On Monday la,st, below Pollockville, ii(;ar 
Ruiston, a skirmish took place between a 
detachment of the 2 1 North Carolina Cav- 
alry regiment, and tbe enemy's pickets 
Lieut. Col. Robinson who commanded, is 
probably a prisoner. Capt, 'I'uroer was 
hurt by a fall frum bis horse. Three pri- 
vates were seriously injured, and five 
wounded by gunshots. 

OB.N'. J. B. JOHNSON AT GORDONSVILLE. 

( WorlePs di'ipaUh.) —Information ha« 
been received that Gen. Joe Johnson has 
about 3 000 rebel troops at Gordooevillo, 
and is ready to fall back on North Anna 
river, preparatory to a general retreat on 
Richmond. 

RBQUISmON FOR NEOROES. 

{Herald" s di^palch ) — We learn from the 
Petersburg (Va ) Express, that a requi^^ 
tion has been made upon the slave owners 
of Prince George and Surrey counties for 
one-halt the negroes between the ages of 
16 and 50 year?, to repairjto Williamsburg, 
where the rebel General Magruder's le- 
<«rve8 are posted, to work on tbe fortifica- 
tions which are designed to protect York- 
town in the rear. 



Indians Obstruct Overland 
Route. 



THE TELEGRAPH IN DANGER. 



Chicago, April 22. 
A dispatch from the operator at 8alt 
Lake, dated toiday. says the Indians have 
stopped all comaiunicatioo Ity overland 
mail. No particulars given. It is feared 
the telegraph line wi 1 soon be destroyed. 

News From Memphis. 

St. Ix>n8, April 22. 

From a gentU'roan who leit Memptiis a 
few days after the battle of Pittsburg, we 
learn that the rebels, by putting both days 
of the battle together, still claijfj a victory. 
Their claims rest upon the supposition that 
more were killed, wounded and tak^n pris>- 
oners on the federal side than on their own. 
Our informant s&S^ '^'^t Prentiss made a 
speech to his troops in Memphis, in which 
he endeavored to mollify their complaints 
in relation to their treatment food, «fec He 
told them that they woul J soon be exchang- 
ed, and rallied them generally to keep up 
good spirits. Prentiss was in excellent 
temper. He owuitj up to a defeat on Sun 
day, but aaid that the rebels were badly 
whipped on Monday. Tbe prisoners wcrf 
being sent to Richmond. 

Our informant was in Huntsville when 
Mitchdl reached there with his division 
Tbe seizore of the place was a complet'^ 
surprise, and tbe occupation of the railroad 
between Decatur and Steveasoo was re- 
garded as the hardest blow tbe rebelb had 
yet received. 

The rebels were preparing to mak<^ a 
desperate stand at C'rinth, and frfgh troops 
were constantly arriving at Memphi", 

When be left businewi at Mempbi^; was 
almost entirely stagnated, and the people 
generally seem to believe that they are on 
the eve of events which will speedily decide 
the war. 

Rev.R. McNally, editor of the St. Louis 
Christian Advocate, has been arrested and 
placed in the military prison, and his paper 
suppressed, for publishing treasonable mat 
ter. His arrest causes no surprise, as tbe 
course of McNuHy's pap«r for some time 
past has been very obnoxious to tbe eSoere 
of tbe GoTeromeat. 



From Washington, 

Washinoton, April 20. 
KaKMS IN riBtil.MA TO UK FROTKCTBD. 

General Wadsvortb, the .Military Gov- 
ern"), has issued fu order rerjuiring all the 
farm stock in Prirce William, Londor, AI- 
exaiidria and Fuiifax couuties, Vu., lo be 
confined and carefully guarded, the destr-ic- 
tioo of the leoccn rendering tliH necessary 
for the cultivation of the land. 

CHANf KLLOR WALWORTH 'S REBEL .SON. 

Th'' oatli uf ailrgiance has beeu adminis- 
tejed to Mansfield S. Walworth, of Sarato- 
ga county, New York — a prisoner at the 
old capitol prison. He also ^ives bis parole 
of hoiior that he will not aid ihc rt'bels in 
any manner. 

THE TANOIEK8 PRISONERS 

'I'he Tribune's special says that probably 
no definite decision has yet' b3en arrived at 
by ih: Government in ths case of the Tan- 
gers prisoners now »t Bi^sion. 

ALL QOIET AT YORKTOWN. 

All is quiet at Yorktown to-day at one 
o'clock p. M. The wcatbor was ploaeant, 
til' army in high hcail and operations pro 
gres.-ing favorably. 

The Siege of Fort Macon. 

WiLMWOTOK, April 18. 

Private letters Jated the 17ib, say ihit 
the enemy attacked Fort Macsn las'. Satur- 
day, and had been fighting two days Col. 
While .sent out part of big men on tho beach 
and fund 300 Yuokees. They killed fifteen 
of our men, and we then retreated to the 
ii.il. Co! White fired cauistrr at liie eae- 
my, killing a great number. The enemy 
have built a battery two miles from the loot 
of the beach, and planted mortars and large 
siege guns. Eleven large ships are nutpide. 
The enemy have sent to Newborn for guu- 
boats to operate i i tbe Sound. Tbe enemy 
are committing evury imas^inable outrage in 
Catllt-wet und On^tkiw ccmntiea. Fort Ma- 
con has not been taken. 

Augusta, April 18. 

The Savannah .Sews says that a skirmish 
took place at Wbi:more'sI.ilaod on Wednes- 
day between some companies of the l.^th 
Georgia and a Mii-Ligan regiment in which 
the latter were rcjialsed. 

An accident oci urreJ on the Atlaniio and 
West Point Railraad, at Greene, Tennessee, 
by which 200 (/onleJeratc soldiers w< re 
killed, aiTd six slightly wounded. 

The Richmond Enquirer ol Friday says 
the rebel cnurt of inq>iiry which has Wen 
df'iberatinj^ for some time p.ist upon the 
advisability of rcKa^iog Jihi M. Botts 
from imprisonmeut, adjourned on Thor?d.iy. 
The result of their labors has not ytl tran- 
spired. 

A refugee from Richmond says that there 
ari- batteries at four plac^ a on the James 
liver, none of v^hieli could wiihUand a 
h- ary fire from mailed gunboats. 

From Port Royal 

SKIRMISHING NfcAR SAVANNAH. 



New Tore, April 22. 

Advices by tbe Marion, from Port lioygl 
on the 19ch, state that a surveying party of 
200 of tbe 8th Michigan, landing at Wil- 
mington I-ijand, before Savannah, were sur- 
prised by about 8(K) rebels who poured upon 
them an effective fire, killing and wounding 
several. The ledorals returned the fire a!,d 
went gallantly into tbe fight. The rebels 
aitir a short stand retreated m order. An 
Adjutant of |thf 8th was killed, with 
twelve or thirteen others, and twenty-five 
or thirty wounded. The rebel loss is un- 
known. 

Fort Pulaski is so much injured as to be 
wholly unfit for a work of defense. 

Capt. KIder, wlm reached this city this 
afii^rnoou, f^ays that un tbe 16tb, as a re- 
conuoissance party of the 8ih regiment 
Michigan volunteers went out under the 
command of Col. Fenton, to accompany 
Lieut. Wilson oi' Engineer corps to Wil- 
mington Island, for tbe purpose of erecting 
fortifications, thty encountered a regi- 
ment oi Georgia troops in ambush, and a 
skirmish ensued, wliich ended in a com- 
plete route of the rebels, leaving their dead 
on thj field. Out troops pursued tbcm for 
two miles. It wa; dark when they return- 
ed Our infornaaut could not ascertain the 
number of rebeU killed and taken pris- 
oners. 

Bonilmrdment of Fort "Wright 
Continued. 



ENCOURAGING NEWS FROM GEN 
ERAL HALLECK. 

Cairo, April 22. 

A «|)ecial dispatch to the CtiiL-ago Jaur^ 
nal says the news from tbe fleet at Fort 
Wright is unimjortant. Tbe bombard- 
ment Continues. Tne rebels have cut the 
levec on the Arkansas shore opposite the 
f'Tt, und the fine farming lands there are 
now covered with u la' e of water, fur 
mi es around. The residents are greatly 
exasperatid at this outrage. 

The most encouraging news continues to 
be received from General Halleck'e army. 

From Bumside. 

REBEL ACCOU.NT OF A FEDERAL 
REPULSE AT ELIZABE I U CITY. 



FoiiTaua Monroi, April 21. 

A flag of truce was received to day, 

A Petersburg |>aper of to day says that 
the rebel Senate has refus 'd to concur in 
the House resolution for adj lornment. 
The same paptr al-o cr^niains a report of 
a repulse of the Federal f.»rct s under Gen. 
IJurnside at Elizabeth City. It is thnught 
federal troops, 5,000 strung, atttrnpted to 
laud there, bat were repu'sed with a loss 
of 500 killed h:} a C.mfederale force of 
1,000, including a Georgia regiment. The 
rebel loss in killed is staged at fifteen, in- 
cluding Capt. Md^ount and Lieut. Wilson, 
both of a (jreorgiu regiment. 

A report of tbe same fight to the same 
efiect was current at Norfolk last night. 

There is nothing new from Yorktown, 
CTcept that matiers are progr ssing satis- 
factorily. The weather is still bad. 

Release of a Treason Convict. 

St. Louis, April 22. 

one of the parties indict- 
jury of tbe United States 
is city, for conspiracy and 

released from custody by 
dent. 

t the calvert of tbe Mis 
in East St. Louis has ters 
I'ort was made to interfere 

guard left there. It is 
lifjg of the culvert woqW 
I i^iary than was at firtt 



Henry L. Rout, 
ed by the grand 
CTc«i» court iu tb 
treason, has been 
order of the Presi 

The difficulty a 
sisMppi Railroad 
minated. No efi 
with tbe military 
believed the opei 
have inflicted le* 
supposed. 



XXXVII CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION 

WAHBuiOTOir, April 22. 

SKNA.TK.— Several |Ktitions for the eman- 
cipation and a bankrupt Uw were presei- 
ted. ' 

-Mr Clarke from the select cv^mmittee ou 
the cd.8<' ol Senator Starke, of Ore gon, made 
a report, but whether advertc or not wa=i 
not stated. It was ord-reil lo be printed. 

Mr. Aiithony presented a resolution call- 
ing on the Presid; nt for copies ol all ord rs 
of the commanding »itnerals, instructitms, 
&c , given to Gen. Sherman lately com- 
manding the South Carolina department. 
Mr. Anthony said that the credit of uking 
Ft. Pulacki belongej to General Sherman, 
and he believed that tbe correspondent e 
would show that be bad discharged all tbe 
duties required of bim. If Savannah had 
not been taken it was because be had acted 
iu accordance with orders. He did not de- 
sire to disparage the merils of any one. 

The bill lor the establishment of the de- 
partment of asjricolture was taken up and 
the substitute of ,Mr. Wright lor the bill 
was n jected. 



Death of the Governor of Wis- 
consin. 



PKOCLAMATION OF THE UEUl. 
GOVERNOR. 

Wbeifdi^, it bts p'eased Almigiity God 
ti» lake rrom the p(opie of this Slat- its 
chie: iiiagislrat.'. Hie U^n. Lewis P. Har- 
vey, who on the 19th of this month lost bis 
life in the waters of tbi Tennessee River, 
while executing a noble and self cbo'en 
miasion of philanthropy iu trying to recover 
from tbe recent battle field io Tennes-ee, 
the dead and to al eviale the sufferings uf 
ihewoundid soldiers of this State, ibri- 
f'»re I. E Iward Solomon, Governor of the 
State of Wigcoiijio, on assum ng the duties 
of the iiflBci- devolved upon me by that fad 
event, do hereby, iu bebaif ol this State, ten- 
der to the bereaved widow of iU late be- 
loved chief magistrate the deep and sorrow- 
ful .(iympaiby and condolence ol its pe pie ; 
and I do hereby recommend that lor thirty 
days from this date all public oflBce-s court 
houses and other public buildings t>e clad Id 
mourning ; and thai during ihat time the 
people of this Slate wear tbe u^ual badge 
of mourning. And I do further appoint 
Thursday, the 1st day of May, 1862, as a 
day of public rest and cessation of ba-ine», 
and recoinm nd to the people of this State 
that on that day between tbe hours of tea 
and twelve o'clock in tbe morning, they as- 
semble in their respective town', cities and 
villasies, ihen and lli- r • to commemorate the 
death of the late G'»vern<tr, the Hon Lewis 
P. Harvey, by sueh public demo; S' ration 
as mav hi- a 'projiriate '" tbe O'-ca-sion. 
(Signed). EDWARD SOLOMON. 
Gov.'b Executive Dept.. April 22d, IMS. 

Foreign News. 

Samot Hook, April 22. 

STRAMKR ARKIVRD. 

Tbe new iron steamer Ovieto, built for 
war purposes, left Liverpool for Palermo; 
li is t>elievtd the goes to B.imada for ar- 
mament, and takoi3 the Atlantic as a south- 
ern privateer. 

The sihooner Sophia ran Charleston 
blockade, and arrived at Liverpool with 
900 bales of cotton. 

Politics unimportant. 

Manchester markt t firm — tendency up« 
ward. Breadsiuffs steady and unchanged. 

LoKooy, April 8. 

The Sumter was still at Gibraltar, and 
the Tuscarora at Algiers on the 3d. The 
sloop of war Kear^age. affer two davs visit 
to Gibraltar, left for the west 

In Puriiaineuf, D I-raeli made an attack 
on Gladrtone's financial pilicy and budget. 
The latter spoke strongly io defenee. 

A general debate ensued, in ihe course of 
which Mr. Bentwick attributed tbe didtress 
of tbe country to its incompetent and inhu- 
man policy in refusing to recognize the Con^ 
lederute States. 

The question of shielded ships and float- 
ing batteries continue? to occupy the atten- 
tion of the Government. Tbe ship wrights 
have all been transferred from the wooden 
to iron vessels in course o construction. 

A proposition was before the Common 
Council of London to confer tbe fr -edom of 
the city and a gold box on Mr. Peabodv, 
for his munificence. 

The crops of England and France are 
reported as most favorable. French mm- 
afacturiug accounts also show mare ani- 
mation. 

Latb-t.— Rumors assert that Gen. Oar- 
on wi.l not be recalli-d from Rome. 

Tbe Pans Bourse was flat at 69 frjocg 
and 90oitm-s. 

Tne Italian ministry had ordered an in- 
crease in iron plaied ships. 

The removal of tbe ex king of Naples 
from Rome was debated In the Italian 
Chamber. Putazzi said the Italian Gov- 
ernmint persi.'Ste*] in pointing out th.a the 
presence of Francis, the 2d, at Rome, is 
tbe source ol disorders and he beii'-ved 
that Napoleon also shares the conviction, 
and perciiv.a the necessity for prnvidine 
against its countenance. Bat d SB ulties 
cunnot^ all be vacqui^hed at a single blow. 
1 be Sp <nish Governiueni bad asjiiin reiter- 
ated its firm determination to ab-tain trom 
any demoiistraiiou prejudicial lo tbe ind - 
pendeiice o! .Mexico. 

The Danish Rigz atd voteil on the extra 
ordinary cTrtiit of 1,000,000 rigsdaler for 
ir-n plated vessels. 

QDK«NsrovirN, Apiil 10.— The Goveio- 
n»»«t has cmrafted fir an iron cupblo 
ship under Capt. C les. The inventi-.n ta 
be ready lor sea June 1st. 1863. E.xperi- 
iiients with a gun ot large siz ■ showed tbe 
be-t and hitherto considered invulnerable 
uirms of iron siiies were so to sp ak al- 
most as easily penetrable by a shot, as if 
ta'-gets had been ol timber. 

Sir Wm. Armstrong says that a cun of 
12 tons weight, firtii with a charge" of 50 
p<and8 ol |<n»der will br.Mk ihruus^h the 
sides of tbe Warrior, or the strongt-st ships 
ufluat. A target like the Warrior's 6id«, 
wa» sbattired into crumbs at the trial. Toe 
Ttmfa s^ys, no weapon of offense seems lift 
Qs now so I flective as lar.ue armor clad, sni 
very swift steam rami. 

— ^ ^ .^ — . 

The Flood in Connecticut 
River, 

SpanrGmu), April tl. 

Tbe fresbtt in the Coanecticut river at 

t'lis p .tut 13 the greatest ever known. At 

nine o'clock this evening the ikater bad fal- 

en fifteen inches, and is still receding slow- 

At Northampton the water is two (feet 
highir than ever before, and at Hadley 
there IS no land to be teen, and tbe inbaW- 
lants go from boh e to hon^e in boats. 

Haitfori), Conn., April 22. ' 
The river is now rap'allv falling, after hav- 
ing reached a height lacking only fourteen 
Iincheb of being ni LL'h as t Je gnat flood oT' 
1864. Trains are imuiing ngdarly throogh 



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or R'^v c-nrs p*r month, invahu.iv i* *DV.inc«. 

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.-.x lu'wil'"* ; fl.OO for ihr • nioulh- ; clubs of five 
«( t3 <iO e.tcb. 

WNrK.Y I*K!\S^ — I'o-* n)pT, one Tear, $? 01 ; threo 
o>tp ««, S4 CO ; six o >ie^. S7 00; ei({hl copies, SO.) 0; 
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no^si^.^BorrriiE late battle. 

J Hlifi'lir *omfichn-e".ta inrfwUs-nlion 

,\ tttittt'-'1 rtachery vf t/tf f-ntiny — 

lUiir Sttuiiotr I'roptutilU: 

Cjr,-trp^nUiK« of t\« "»' •.•it^i'i n>7»m»'-i-i i/ 

riTTsaiRO Laxdixo, Apiii H. 
AiKilht'r bliiiid r. ami hi.ont'r itivis'ipa- 
tiotil Tot- Ik III f 3 tereral in tl.ii cuni) 
lliaf ^' in li<'<'y "» to b!;'ine li>r tin.- sur|iri t' 
of tie litii «:J it is. ut li-asl. a rea.-oiiablf 
b litl. All ii.v<s!i<.'nti<>ii ha-» been orde re<l, 
and ti!ri':!t!y u number of witiit'»*:c.s have 
p.efuircd tiieir te-siiiivuiy. it cut be vh 'wn 
t!i;it < ur ajvance rf^iiiiuntfl wert> tint half 
nmiii: oiiid, iii>tl liiat tvv«) o llit-in h.id not 
»h et- r u-ds of rariridiirs wlii'ii the attack 
wa-J mail-. But lu.t tl.e Ka^t iraporiaiit 
te«iiinoiiy will b- tfie nport ot iVliij r U ik- 
cr, ol t*ii' (*c tHi bttliaiion. 5lh Ohio Caval- 
ry It ii!ii^>iiits to ilus : Do tlie tvcniii;: ol 
I'll' Fii(! yjreodinir llie battle a dftach 
ni.D' nl t'ul 'I'aj'l r'.'* rtfirimei.t was sint out 
t>> re ap'urt a number of i ur ni>n wloni 
t'jie I'll ti.y It id inken ih^ day i revioii.-». 
'I ey f'lnl mid f'Hirl't with whit they 
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PiTTSBLRo, Tbs.v., April U. 1862. J 
C ^oi%'l '*' li iayior: 

111 ocor.iirio- with ih" ordtT i?sacd to 
niP 1' •! 1-- ocl (k ihi-< d iv, to pioctd 
wi li 1.5U iii'ii lo I " k lor M ij ir (ntcUetl, 
u Liiuie: ant mid five or nix min. who had 
waiidtrd outride the pickits and wpresiip- 
p IX d I 1 bf lo-' I'r Ciipiirid. wi r .aihed ilif 
piike* iiboit 3 1-2 o'c'ofk, and kaMl-d 
that Ct loni 1 iliukland wna out witli two 
Ci'inpains of iii'aiii'y. We moved on for 
uf>oiit two iiiiU'."«, wh n we head toii?i.k-ru- 
bl • Hrii)<f on our ligi'. Knowing the 
jrr unil, I at occt* ordend twi» coiiipanie.s 
to foil, w iht-roiid. with the view of lakmi! 
thi: em niy in ile nar. whilst I movid 
Ui;iii. s! liiiit tliiik with iwo other to I'pa 
ni'H Wi- fiiind a larire cava'ry 'orct- 
fh.irly r^tir^l'^ beftre Col. Bai kland ani 
Ills command Thi re is a stiip of fallen 
tis.b r at 111 si point 'hat retard dour move 
ni--ii!« v.ry iiiuti for a >lioit tune A> 
Soon ;is our men v-ere cl'-'ar of this on-sincli- 
tney il»>heil into The i n' my, s< atlei injj tht- ni 
in 1 Very lireiii m .nnd p'lrsuioic them >0 m- 
Inr f • r ii'iir 1 uinlred variU. whui, pa?-iny 
the b'OkV ol ii liU, our advance wa« optD'd 
on by ihrte t'f f ur piec»H ol »iitiii>ry, hi 
least two Myunon's of infantry, ami a lirgi- 
cavalry f ne. So lear was our advaucf \\j 
tiiNiient biitjeof the cauiy that on** o 
our liii-h was larriid wihni their lines b> 
h •( lior-e an 1 cajii ircd, w lilst uuotii.r shot 
oi.i- i> hi- r liiinn r'-s ^lowa at lii-< g in. 'I'a'o 
of o;ir men I .si ine r ciil) nes a', lb a p-iint. 
I men oiileT' d my CO mil md to tall back 
Miioni 1 Ao nundr-d >ar's, brin.iing a pieci 
of li g'l gr. iiisd bft>vien lis and liie eo'-niy 
(/< I'll' 1 l>ijt k at d ( oming up at <his lini" 
Willi bi.-i loinniajid we form d aid ri-tirnl 
in a ^^t.\ ordr'", brinaiM.! otT nine prisoiur!». 
N"t 'e-"< than iwe.ty of the eseiny wire 
lelt 'it-ad : ai-'o a n'Mi.bt'r i>! h'-r^i-s wen 
krlnl and woii'idid. ainoiiiT which was tin 
h-r.-..- o( the Lifut. Co o lel of tht- It Ala 
btma Cavalry. We Uroug'it uB' his sadd e 
un.l eq i mei.i.s. 

1 III isi re. urn thanks to ofTiji r^ and 
men f r ilie niaiiiier in which they (.undnci- 
ed lheni>e ve*, in pnsenoe i.f a li.rce at 
K-H-*! WW int' Ini'.r numl^r. I ackiiowl- 
cd.i«f Ki d',- merry in pro'cjiiiiir our imi. 
iindvr me "tr-Tibe tire p'luiid upin u-* by 
the ■ ihinv ill ilif upt-n lig'it of tbe great 
bjit e o. I'utsbnrir. 

E O. RICKKR. 
iI-jor:iJ Bji. 5 u 0. V. C. 

0.1 r turning to citnp. .\l ij r Uicktr re- 
pot ltd to Gen. Sht.rman that he had mc' 
tile ♦ni-my's aUv.iii'.'f. lien Slu rmaii, with 
a ^liiih- ol iiicrcdnlity, jiuid: "'.Vlv de.ir sir, 
it !:< imp t-Ns ol- tiiai iiit-y should ih nk tii 
attuekiii:; ns Iv r , at ilu- ba:je ol our op^ra-^ 
tio.is — mere sk r.ii:j<h. sir." 

Kv. n i/ii Suuday mi>niing, after the bat 
tie nad leaiiy eoinimn.<d. the gent-rals m 
oir id.H.iL'i; .xen'. w.-rd to tiie cavairy r gi- 
!u. til- tlut our pickfU had b en attacked, 
uiid orlen d a small iletail t.i r> pel tiie en- 
eni) :^ •'.C'ju.s.'' Col 'I'.iylor. fuiiil ar wi'h 
iho oet urivno t> ot Fridiy, s-aiti: 'Tbia is 
u»tt'i:igel.>.e than a i,'ci eral eng.igem-ot, and 
we iiiu>i. piepare lOr U. ' And so il turned 

lUi. 

A nuni'v r ofrcbri offi -er.! who were taken 
pri.sou IS, iinltid in itie declar.it on that 
13 aur. ^'a d had 10 KJi-a of .surprii-ii.j^ our 
freer", lie kii'W Uiut LJue I .■« lorccs wire 
n l here, nut exp-eted to find Gen. Orant 
pr. paud r.)r hiin. The 1 ng roll was 
s tuuded a I alon^ t'le c 'nV-d^raie lincH on 
SiU'tl.iy night, aid miiffnt to mainta>n 
lite i|'ii t ide o! a Mir()ii-:in.j pariv wa;! ni.ide. 
Il v\a!i a sur|iri<e ail round Gen. Grant 
was »ur|ir Ri d, Gen. Beaun gard was sui 
pris. d, and liiose ol o.ir prople lamiliar 
Willi I lie facta in the case, ought to be Sir- 
pris. d iliai our aniiy Was not driven into 
Uie reijnvhSi e nvi r. 



MARACDI.SG C.IMMEN'CED KAIILY 

Th" r bei Midi, ra under General Albert 
S. J hn-toii had no sooner entertd our 
lin •'. (.ausinyf our in- n to retire in haste, 
Wian they niaile a d .spvrute rush lor 'h 
sntlt-r's lenis— isptiiiliy that ot ttie 48di 
Oniu ftgiin' nt. About three Inindreil ol 
Iheni nianuL'ed to uel i; siile of tlie canvas 
d ■"liciic. They thr. w their arms on the 
U' round and coinni' lued |)liinderirig every 
ih ng thty Could find. B-ahkels, ghiris. 
diuwer?. t>read meal and whisky — all leli a 
jiey to the •' flo.»tr o! th-' S lUlhern army.' 
I'rt-ity soKii, hoALVtr. li.e 4d h ralinl and 
fiC'tl ab lut, toinpleteiy rcoveiel from the 
ttt'edol' their Hiirjirisf. Tliey fired a num— 
b-r 1 f volleys in'o the bU'l' I'd tent, and 
witk •errible ifRct. They kill d not less 
than 7.) "f the (naraud<rs, and wounded 
twice us many m<>re. 

A< t^.e Cone lerates advanced on our 
force- (iiivinp ih ni grudu dly towaid-< the 
river, they plundered every tent of pisto's, 
ba^uaL'e, &c , seizing ino.-t eajerly upon 
bi ts aniUho-s. which thty iinmeiiaely 
e.xcli.m-ied lor ihe po .r artiel s upun their 
pedal. xireiniies. Tney .lid n -t sinke or 
destroy ar.v of our tents, from the fad that 
Beau egard had told tnein tha' ho wanted 
tn.m jiLst where the, wire for bis own ue 
'i hey ^lepl in loem on Sunday night but on 
Ih following evctiii.g they bad uu use for 
thetu. 

usi.no FHE FFDEEAL FLAO. 
At four oVIi'ck on Sunday alfernoon 
two ngiinen's nf troopo, in gny unihirm 
were ob-"rvi'd nianhmg upon our leli un' 
der the Aineriean flig. General .'sbennan'a 
at en' ion wa.s called to the matter, and be 
imioediaiely saw^ through ibe gaise. A 



i cliarsiv^ was ordered njion the treacherous 
villains, and bi fore a fiat alion of cavalry 
ihey lied in confusion, outrunning the Heel 
est horses y^n the tield. '1 liey ha' I evidcnily 
th aighi to take inlvaiitai;e of the confusion 
among our iroops. but in ihis ailenipl tore 
enicl this part of the Bu 1 Unn fight they 
were I'ileil. Ill their hasty tiii-ht tiny drop 
jH?d their lal.se en-isiii. It was picked np 
and is n"W in pussission of Col. Cochran 
of the 70lh Ohio. 

GRNRRAL J mission's »:;?AVE. 

Oar sdliers hav, s" oft n kil.cd Rebel 
G neral.s, who Hib.s'quentiy came to life, 
that I have h' c;i sL-w to beli- ve the rep<r 
now wi«!elv eneulatcd that General Alb. n 
Sjalniy J.'hnsinn was kidod in the ergage 
meiit on i^unday last. When I viMteil the 
eneamDin.nt ui the Guthrie Gra\s yester- 
d ly. niy att iitiin was attracted by a newly 
iiunlc grave, n-atly lenod round, miiuh 
more respeetalde in apptarance than the 
ordinary soldiers' graves, of which I bad 
seen so many. 

Whi'e I was ?c.ini intr the stiuctnre of 
fen -c, an enthusiastic tiuihr e ran fmn hi- 
tent and cried out, -'That's General Johns- 
ton's ur.ve. We ki led him. Our boys 
shot him.'* On inquiry 1 learned that th« 
individual suppo-ed to be (iemral A. S 
Jo' ii-ton. was dies-fd in a plain -butter- 
i.ui" suit — I either .sh'Uilder straps or epiu- 
leu*8 to design.ite his high official position. 
llis u'ldetclothiig was ol viry fine quality 

-a silk -hirt and la-nb'a wool drawers. It 
is us.ua. lor reb I itlioers of high grade to 
as-uine the unostentati us barb of a rural 
civillian, when 1 ading their troops imo ac- 
tion. This i3 done, of cmrse, to avoi I 
presenting a mark to our po'diers. The 
body if Johnaton was first recogn zed by 
a member of the Gu'hries, who .served md r 
him in th- Utih war. General Nt-lson 
n cognized it a^ that of the veritaole AInert 
Sidney, and paid a pr.vate soldier one dol- 
lar to shave his beard ofiF. 

ANOTIIKR KEHKI- GE.VERAI^ KII.I.RO 

Among the rebil de.id lound on the bat- 
tle tield was u corp.se which was recoirn'z d 
us ihat of General Riig^'hs, of Memphis. 
The military unilonn of this individual was 
coinpleltly obscured by a bmiernut suit 
wiiic'i covi red it. Kngales was an old man 
— neatly sixty years ot age, 1 believe. 



inullitod sof itsiiisecti'e parasites, and im- 
proving its quality. In slnpiiing its leaves 
r.tni the slanding cane, a lirg'.* amount of 
sheip-kelp may be had vi ry cheap y, by 



I Tiiic Late Caitain (^arson — Ca|)lain 
Irving W. Carsou. ot tien. (irant's stafl', 
who was killed at the battle of Pittsburg 
Landing, U deserving not only of special 
the ad of movab'e Icnc s. When the , notice but of the lasting gratitude of his 
ci' p is gathered before proper maturiiy, il ! ciunlrymen. At the outbreak of ihe re- 
should remain a lew diys, protected lioin i» llion he had justb-en admitted to ihe 
heat and cold, to chemically rhangi; and j practice of the law at Chicago, Ilinoi-i. H' 
ripen, before being m mufaclured. 1 had been compelled lor the want ol the 

-^ •" — ! menus of sii|ip,,ri while pnrfuing his studies, 

'^CHIVALHV AND URBAMrV.<> | to act as brakeman ou the 1 liiiois Ce.t-al 
Fiortiihe Slate Xzwi'f the \>ih iiiit. 1 Uailroad, reading lor the liw at leisure 

The citizens of Mmneaptlis had a rich in I ''""''»' When the rebel.^ find upon Fort 
te'hclua! treat in the lecture of J. A. ' ^"""'*''' '"^ was one of the tiisl to shou der 
Wh'c'ock, Ivq , delivered b' hire the .Sol- '''s mu-ket as a private Ile was>ooii pro- 
diers' Aid Society, on Friilay evening, ihe moted. h >w» ver, and for ihe past t ight or 



lOih in-l. Tne ri-e aiil growth • f Feudal 
isai and ilseffl iresceiicc into the chivaliy ot 
ihe .Middle Agts was traced with a skill ul 
hand, and with an aftliivnec ol iilustiati -n 
that indicated an intimate arqiaintance 



nine months he has bi en aetmg as a sc.iut, 
and has been of ve y tjreit stivice to the 
a.'iny of the West. Wherever it has been 
necessary to send a man, he has always 
betn leidy to go, and has alway<? bten 



H ( >T ELaSAlj)ONS^&a 

FU«t Uoui- Kaat uf the l*usc Offlufi. 



With that romfint\- porti.in of the World's j i-»<'<-'i'Sstul. He was repeatinlly within the 
histoiy. After giving all ciedii to wha ev.r i '^■'."'."iJ's r>rlificauon3 at C'lumlms, and 



COL. POLK OF t<:nnessee. 
" Occasional" writes from Washington to 
the Piiiladilphia Piess, as lo'lows : 

I have had an evening witli Col. W. FT. 
Polk, of Tenncs ee, hr >lher of Janus K.. 
folk, for foir years Pre-idcnt of tiie Uni- 
iidSiateb. II'- «ij >ys his vi-it to his old 
lii.-uls with intiniie relish, but not more 
Miun they c j 'y bun. He is h-oki g welL 
and is the centre of ev^ry eircie. Coi. Po k 
is one of the men who brighten the eventful 
prest nt and recall the pleasant past. IJe is 
a type ot as loyal a p'Ople, until Secession 
made them mad, as ever read a nevv.sp iper 
or gave a vote, llis brother, the Presi- 
deni. who died in Ib49, was exactly twenty 
years hi* seni r 

II-' will be lorty-^pven years old in May, 
and IS thi rehre a young man. llis read) 
repartee and winnii g wi' have made him a 
'avorit- in Teiint-.ssee, (wtierc he was horn ) 
isp.-cia'ly amonir llie ytiung leop'e ol b >ih 
-exes, and bis easy 'loqience on the stutnp 
rend' rs him a lormiilaOle opponent. AN 
"hough o!t' II an t X reme pariisaii, he dis- 
arms the ram oi- ol Irs striingesi oppunenis 
i.y Ins uueidin,' liumor. 

(Jolonel Polk deminds a riirid cotifiseation 
iiill against tne r. b Is. and those of our 
s^ate^!nen who hesila'e aiioul this measun 
have onlj to hear him lo lealizfi th' neee — 
-ity of such le. islatioii as will ii d-nin fy 
'he Southern I'liion nu n, ami eneom-age Ih- 
P' opie of the Fiee States !•: the piyinentol 
ili.ir t i.xes. He speaks in the highes tern.s 
of Andrew John.soH, and says lh.it. however 
we may depltre the nun appearance of loy 
d y am >ng ciie masses o! the S lalh, it will 
uiidoubteoly '■how iself the inonieni the 
power ol til.' Federal tiovermne.il is estab 
lis! ed in that quarter. 



LIEUTEINAiNT L. K. AAKER. 

fiY.Hi IK: GwHlkue /«//«l/» an. 

We W'le pea-ed to see Lieut. L. K 
A laker, ot C mipany D. " Sc mdinavian 
iiii ir.is,'' in town this week, but sorry to 
learn that he is in poor health We h ne 
leeeived Iroui the mem )ors of 'inpany D 
the folli winsf letter and resolu'io'is with a 
retpi .St that tliey should b' pui>lished : 

Camp Mixsesuta. near Xashviulb, Tenn., | 
Apiil idi, \Mi, f 

At a m ■eting he d by liie ' Scandinavian 
Guards,'' Company P, 3d .Vlinn-'sota Vol- 
unteers, in their camp, near Nishvi le, Tenn., 
on the 31 day ol April, 1^62, at which 
inieiioir Sergeant J (». (iustal-on was 
cho-en President, and J. Lind.ill, Secretary, 
ihe lollowing preamble and re--olnlion was 
unan miusly a'.ir ed np<in : 

WfifrHii; Our First Lieutenant b. K. Auker, 
ha.*, on acc(UMi ol feeble health, been obliged 
to lesigo, an«l has this day at his owa request, 
been Innioraulv discha'geJ, and n» we iherebv 
I'lse an hnnnrable mau and faithful comrade, 
be it Itiert-loie, 

A'tMolrtd, That we, olficers and privates of 
said C'l'iipunv, wiih deep soriow and regret 
|iait with him; that we hold him in high es- 
t'niaiidn as a n.ible and huuoruble m.Mi, und 
a true tin nd ; tlnilnur besi wishes will I'ulkiw 
him on his jiiurncy home; and that, hopiut; 
he nia>' .soon recover his dniniged health, we 
>em.iiii h s liiitlilul friends tlimugh all tlie 
vicissitudes of this change, thle hfe. 

J. G. UesrAFSON, I'resident. 

J. Li.N'OALL, Secretary. 



lin rable (lemen's chivwiry couhl claim, its 
d ticienci'S in that which goes to make up 
ihe virtues and ameiiili'S of Chris'ian civ- 
ilization, were pietu.ed in staking cim'rast. 
I'lie vices of Chivalry sprang pritn:irily 
from the 8 -Itish isolatii u wh-ch it demaiuK d 
and fostered The Christian virtue ol be 
nevolenee, of love and kindness to men as 
such, found no place in a system which ig- 
nored all interdependence of men, and ad- 
mitted only a dependjoce of the serf up;>n 
the baron. 

The growth of the cities, the early free 
cities, wa'' the great hiimanizini; element 
which came in to nioddy the arrogant .sel- 
fishness of the baron, and the abject servi- 
tude of the serf. In them was born the 
spirit of benevolent freedom which has ever 
since lound its great support and its chief 
advocates in the inhabitants of cities. Ad- 
mitting the claims ol the country gentle- 
man and the honest yeom in, 3et il is to 
the artificer a id the rncrciiaiit of the cily, 
whose daily lif- compds him to rejiard the 
happiness and the rights of other-i, if he 
would secure his own, that we are indebted 
for tlie growth ol modern civil zition. The 
grand priiu-iples of civilization belong to 
Christianity, the motives and the opportuni- 
ties fir its exercise e.\ist in mot copious 
and compulsory measure, in the city, the 
Community and the Stale. 

The lecturer triced the course of h'story 
to our own I md, whi-re eighty years ago, 
we thought the human'zing progress of the 
race had cul.nin ite'l, and by a striking 
transition caira d us into the present war, 
where the same struggle and tight between 
Feudalism and Treason was au'ain renewed, 
this time, the lecturer fondly believen, for 
llie list, iu tht history of the American 
people. 

But it is useless lo attempt to sketch such 
a lecture. It was full ol suL'gestion, poetry, 
hisvory and pbilo.sophy. some ol the latter 
perhaps a little laneiiul but aEFirding in all 
an abundai ce of entertainment ami inslruc- 
tiin. i\lr Wheeloek, too, is a mamcian in 
the u«e of words, and wields them with the 
abandon and force of a p if cl masier. 

The Dltcu IIuntkii. — Iheie is a Ger- 
man living ill the noitbeistern part of this 
c iiniy. who gets his living entirely by 
hunting, lam Hiiry l<nown as the '• Du'ch 
Hi.nter" While up in that region last 
week, we had the pleas. ire ol p issing bis 
premises. He has a lirge [lark fenced in. 
ill which he rais s and kee| s large numbers 
of d er. The I- nee en 1 sing the park is 
so arranged in places, that deer can get in 
but canool os-ape. In this way he 
ca'clies a great ina'iy wild tmes wiio are 
called into the end isure by the tain • ones. 
His buildings are c 'nstructed in the most 
lingular style, wiih numerous ga'iles, and 
the roof up lO all .M-ies extending nearlv to 
llie ground. The inside wa'ls an I ceiling 
ol his hoa.se are coiipl^iely covered with 
deer and elk horns, and oth r tr>(»hies of 
the chase. He dresses entirely in buck- 
skin and lives almost exclusively on ni at 
He is quite coMi'itunicative. an I tikes 
riide in -bowing his guns, knives, &c., 
U!>e 1 in banting and in the deer which by 
hi^ ingenuity he Ims c.ipturcd. We have 
never setii a b cUer fe(ueseiitative of the 
pioneer than the '-Dirch Hunt'v.'' Long 
may he wave. — H •dson Cily Tunes. 



visit d Memphis, Springfield, Mo., and 
other places within the enemy's Huts. His 
whole soul was in Lis work. 



miTRDEtt TiCIAL. 

Anton Edelbroik on tiial at St. Cloud 
for the murder of Michael Rieder has been 
acquitted. It was shown that Rieder at- 
tempted to break into the house of EJel- 
brock with intent to assault the latter, and 
that the latter shot through the door kill 
ing Rieder. The shooting occurred the 5lh 
of last Mav. 



Jl 1/ .* 1 .V A # * J. O C .§ /, A 



APRIL — Hkal THg StCK.— Diseases of the Bowels 
an'5 Sioiuach are »lwayn cau'-ed hy larice deposits of 
hartful iiiatttT, l)ft by bid or impure blood m those 
importrnt org^nn, and the poisoDous m^iterial in this 
T tinted blood, acting on tUeByFtem,mHkesit toowea^ 
to throw off this matter by the natural channek, or 
if any is carrii-d off it is a Tery small portion. Po 
aiise diarrhea and "lysentpry, co ic, cos'iveness, bad 
breath, iodigetliun, naasea, lo-g ot appetite, bflchiog 
of wind off the st.imach, 'tc. To cure at these, •' the 
blood i.s the life," and must be perfe tly pure and 
cleau, tnea you cannot be auk. A shirt use of JUD- 
SON'rf MOL'.N'TVIV H«RB PILLS -ill dflight you. 
You will fefl with surprise their migh y power, asd 
be willing to say with the red man of the West, truly 
they are the ' m ghty healer." 

S iM by alt Metlicine dealers. apr5 



JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 

MR. LAHR, formerly of the "Oar Howe," re- 
spectfully announces t< bis old friendii and all other 
men — bo b«y« in— that he is now fa r'y under way ; 
and proulaima that be « ill fu-Diah aa ^ood an EY£ 
UPE.NUR as ''any other man" in this city. 

A vhrifty of reading matter can alwaya be found 
on M"-. Lahr's tahle«, aiko -t^tiouery, 4c. f*9 !y 

MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

Al. PUl'UIKSBK, Propi-ieiur, 

Corner 5th & Wabafthaw streets, 8t. Paal, Miun. 



Thif houae is the most cfntrnllj loroited in the city, 
IS owoe-1 snd con'lui;ted by the uiid rci.ned, who, 
irom long exp«rieaue, feels cimpetent to give entire 
satisi'acton •> all who may favor the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

Comfortable and commodious stables are att&ched 
to the lioune 

Board b» the day or week at prices corresponding 
with the times. N. POTGIKSER. 

d^cS-lv. 

Ui>IOi\ HALL, " 

B I- O R O It a Mi ja M J\' X , 

Who has removed his well known establishment 
from the baaemeot to the 6r8t flour. His Hall is fitted 
up in a first class style aad the bar is stocked with 
the fiaest imported Uijuors and Wines. Lilt's XXX 
Stock Ale, and Pittsburgh Ale and Porter. His No. 1 
Oysters Hre served up iu a good style tor the low price 
ol on:y 30 cents per dozen. Remember the UKlON 
HALI , below Davenport's Book Store, Third street 

tt-dly ' 

PITTSBURGH 
Ale and Porter Depot, 

J^CMSOJV ST. MMtiT» BJSJS 61/t it CIA 



The Old Established 



WHOr-tii^ALK AND RET/III. 



CROCKER! HOUSE 



Mt. Jfi^uv^ijy^ 



Giu:cfc:uit:s. 



s'ESDi ORKCTING TO H13 ClJSTOMKKS 
MI.VNESJTA, IN DAKOTA TERRITO- 
RY, AND BEYOND THE BRirJSH LINK. 



IN 



DiPTHKR'A A\D Crocp — for hese formidable and 
dangerous dis'ase8,Tra«k's Vlaijnetio Ointment is an 
unfailing re.neiy, if used in -euson. Apply freely to 
the Throat and Chest and cover wiih a hot Qtnoel. 
Th'.s oiDtmeut ha.s be n before the public over twenty 
years, and its constantly inceasing d mand has e« 
lab'iished its reputttion as a superior Liniment in all 
caes where a soothing and relaxing rem dy is requir- 
ed, particularly in Rheumitiim, Neuralgia, L;tlam- 
ra ition of the BoweU and Kidneys, Sp nai affections. 
Sore Eyes, Burns. Piles, Aouads and Bruises. 

Sold b> all Di-ugj[i-ts— pr ce '25 cts. marl3d&w 



M. DORNIDEN. 

Ha^ inst received a spleudi.t stock uf the above, 
Alei- f.nd Porter, which hf will warrant superior to any 
in thi» cily. and will stU chfap for cash, by the l>arrtl, 
tialf liarrel. bi'tle or glsss. 

Al-o a Sn« stock of Uquors and Cigars at whole- 



FOR SALE. 



The Second Aiiiiiial Report 



OF TBX 

COMMISSIONER 0? 



STATISTICS 



Is for sale at his office at the Capitol, or at the Book 
St'ires in St. Paul. Orders by mail mnst l>e adj 
drested to the undersigned. 
Price— covering the coat ol pub'ishing aad mailing — 
35 C£NTS PEU COPY. 

J. A. WIIEELOCK, 

Comniisaioner of Statistics. 
Msrrh 10. ie«2. msril :3n) 



I'hA* l>eing one of the Oldest Boiiness Houses io 
the .State, (the present being the ♦levenlfc year of 
Its existence,) B. MARVIN fetls coohdent that he 
need not urge its cUimi on the ptiblic pationage. 
rhe extent t f country over which its bu.-iDe88 has 
sirejid IS the l>e8t proi.f that its claims are not un- 
reco, n'»-d. Tiie unwavering deteimination which 
he has l«;t tince the cri.sis. and in the hardest times, 
to maiutain hU basine.-R (.nd place it on a par with 
-imiUr eatabliihrneota in the larg«st cities of the 
West . have been so fully appreciated by the mer- 
chants of the State, thai he feela Iwand to ledouble 
his eflortg, not only for the beneflt of his business, 
but for the pride he feel* in his adopted city. 

Mr. K. would call on the citiMna of St. Paul, and 
especially the old residents whT remember •' the day 
of small things," not to forget that be still has a 



S. K. P U 1 N A M . 

CJRNF,R 3rd ANtJ MARKET STREETS ST. I'ACL. 
WBOLRiALt AND fUCTan. DEaLIK Ol 

FAMILY GiiOCKUIES 

Am 

l^ROVISIONS. 



Keeps eon'tantly on hand a tall Ktock of Cboic* 
(i4M>d.. suilfd to Ibis murk -t, iuc u.ling Fiour. Corn 
Meal, Bi:-kiv''<-*i K|i>ur, fn^nh R.ill, J ir and Ki kio 
B'ltter, J>ried Fruits of all kinds, including a i&rga 
■{uaniity of 

K ASPB ER III ES. 

Also Wooden Ware, Roiin'- ! and ftre»-ii C'.nt»e. Spi- 
•es, Picl:ii-f , Chf. ce (ireeu an' Kltck Teas S-utrar of 
alU4r;ido-, and in -h irt every iliiuu usually found in a 
wella-s rie<l eslaljiishment. t« wb.ch L« ioriiei the 
e-pecial attention of aU wn« woai .MUEG'iOIi-- AT A 
FAIR PkH;E. nov^:l y . 

J.B. slichterT 

Family Groceries 
FROV^ISIOISTS! 

AGENCY OF THE CFLEBRATED DtTNDAS MIU. 

OORSKR -th. AND JACKSOS STRKKTS, 
Oppoeit« iDtematioDal Hotal 



1862. 



1862. 



1863. 



TaaoAT AND Lc.vos. -Al this season of the 
year, when coughs and colds are troublesome, 
every family should have u safe and certain 
remedy ut hand." kunsum's Hive .Syiup auil 
Tolu 18 the very thing. It is not ooiy pleas 
ant hir children to take, but is a certain cure 
r<ir'!roup. Whooping Cnugh, Brotichiiis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, uud all utlectious of the Turoal 
and Luii^s. 

riold by all Dfugjfists. Price 25 cents. 



PiavATR MiULvntv.— VIrh M. L. STOAKRS respect- 
ful y aiionunc-s to the ladies of St. Paul ai d viciiaty, 
that fhe is preparfd to make all kin. Is of-ILKANO 
SI RAW BJ.N'.vET^ »t her private re^id<'nceon Wasb- 
iogtoD s ree", in the rear of the Ciiy Hall My at en- 
tion wil be gi'enen'irelv to Millinery, and, with many 
years' experience, I B tter myeclf I cannot fa 1 to 
pi ase tlie most fantidio s. 

A li tnd.-in '•« sssortmeut of Feathers, Flowers and 
ttibhoDS will be kept cm-tantly on hand and no pa m 
will tie spared to have the latest patterns 

N. U. .My genural day of ope- iog will be on Thnrs- 
ilay, May 1st. lo the me.inliuif 1 aiu prepare; t" do 
Spring W'.rk. nieachinif and PressinK', and all kin.la 
of repawing done on the shortest noti e. ma. 19.3 jj 



RETAILISO DEPARTMESl 

for everything in bis line, i idodinf also, 

Carbon Oil and Lamps 

OF EVERT KINli, 

CHIMNEYS & WICKS. 
OIL CANS, &c., &c.. &c.. 

A Fine Stock of 

freisch: ckina. 
fink and common table cutlfibt 

A Large Stock ol 

JUMBttOBS V LOOKIJyB-GL.tSSBS. 

An Immense Stock of 

OLASSWAKE. 

St. Paul . .Tan'iarv. 18«2. ianl Uy^ 



goods deuvfren frke of charge to ant 
Part of the citv 

^Q HOXKH CUOIVK UJUnHVltOU 

"*' Cheese, for sale chmp hy J B. SI.ICHTtK, 
('...rnfT 7th and .larkt-n. 



t^U'iifT J.\it rvitli VUIU CIMtHH. 

*^ Just received and lor sa.e bv tlie barr^ I aud gal- 
lon, at 



gal- 
.-LlLHTt-K'.s, 
Oiroer 7tb an'l Jickson 



f^JS' H.t. y u ^x n ifoK sj i. n tu t. ,i p, 

^^a large lot o! Fresh Can and Pr<:-«rv<-d fruiu 



at 



«l ll'HTRK'S 



3o,ooo.r.'hf'^,^ 



APRIL TENTH. 



SOKGHUn. 

A convention of Bnrghum cultivators 
was recently held at Adrian, Michigan. 
.As cnnnec'cd veilh this suhject of raising 
sugar cane, we give ihe ftdlowing letter 
presented to the convention by Mr. C. 
Ciiry. P'obably no man in the Northwest 
more thor. u^^b y understands the sulject 
upon which he writes than Mr. C. He 
has made it the theme of much study for 
the past five years : 

Adrian', Mich.. April 16, iS62. 

The undersigned, in preseni: g to the 
Sorgh im Conveiition the accoinpanying 
siic'iiinens of sor^jhum t-yrup and ^'ugar, 
w.ull re<pecirui y remark mat he has been 
enlisted in the Horghum entf-rprisc for some 
live seasons pa«t with increasing '■ucces*, 
and th it he believes it to b«at ti e present 
prices of sweets, the most profitable of all 
the various branches of agricu tur.-. lie 
concu 8 in the gener-liy received opini .n 
that iii^ht oandy toils produce lighter 
and be'ttr fiamrel sweets; but would 
sti I, for the sake of large gains, give his 
pielWrence fo richer si.ils, ahoundmg moie 
in gi/Oil corn gmwing qu diiies. The opin- 
iou often published that Chinese ca e is 
best for syrup and luiph e for pugar is 
probably coirect. Eirly planting is de- 
arable. The seeds. should be moisien<d, 
swollen, and sprout* d They should be 
thinly covered, and lightly prcsiied down 
as p anted. The ground, ii incl'iied to wet, 
should beridged The large>t yields may 
be Irom drills, but the en p is more easily 
tended when in rows, near lonr fcct apart 
eich way. Early and frequent culfivati in 
is vastly de-irable. A mxture of ashe.H, 
1 me and gyp-uin apppi ( d to ihf bills in 
suitable qiiaiitiiies during the early stages 
of its ^jrowih, will be found beneticid in 
niany respects, siiintilaling its growth, 
aestroying and preveotiog the exisleuce of 



The Flo id. — The Minn<-.«ota river here 
is now, Friday mnrniug, at fl »od hi-ight — 
within aboui three inches of as ti gh as las 
spring, when it wa< higher ihin lor leu 
years pist. The river here rcachea from 
hi 1 to hill, and is neatly a mile in width. 
.St Peter, iievi rtheie.-s, is hi:jh and diy. 
with the exception of Wainwr.'L'lit's sttiiic 
war hou^e, on the K'Vee, which has about 
five feet ol watt r in thi^ c.dlar 

We learn fi-niu the .Mankato Record that 
the Ulue Earth rivir is higher than ever 
btfore known, and thtit the fine b idge 
a.ross Ihat stream, between .Mankato and 
Siuih Bsnd, has b^^en swept away. This 
hridge Cxst about §10,000. Oi.her bridges 
and seve-al mills oi the river have been 
waslud away and materia iy damaged 
The liwei' p;.rt of Mankuio is under water. 
— St. I iter Slatesman. 

Sad Casualty.— .\ bout two weeks ago. 
(jcorge Kaynionil, one ol the o!de^t cin'zus 
<i| this ciiunly, while engaged in felling a 
tree ill the :-<;uiheia part of the town ol 
Le Ray, was dangeroiisly injured by a full 
iDg limb. We understand he was alone at 
the time, and was f *und some hour< after 
the accidenl sevcrwl rod,-, Irom the pi ice < f 
its occurrence on his iianils and knees, in 
the snow, «i h Ins collar bjiie, shouliler 
tilaile uud three rios broken, and his lung- 
liadly injured, as he wap spilling bloud 
His head and oiher paits ot his body were 
cut and bruis'd. At ihe time, his injuries 
were supposed to be la'al, but we learn that 
under the treatinent of Vic. .Mc.Mahan he is 
r< covering, and may now be regarded as 
out ol danger.— MaukaJo lucP-pendeiU. 

Homicide — N\e learn from the State 
Seioi that 00 Wednesday last an afTrav 
occurred at widow Thompson's, near Big 
Lake, iu Sherburnv count}', in which a 
brother of Mrs. Tnompson killed a G rman, 
by dealing him a heavy blow on the hi ad 
with the sharp edge ot un ax, burying it 
deep into the skull. Tue perpetrator of 
the deed was arrested at North .Minneapo- 
lis, where he arrived in a small boat on 
Thursday morning. It ii alleged that an 
improp r intimacy ixisted between Mrs. 
Thomiwon's broiher-in law and htr daugh- 
ter, his own neice, and that he was about 
to take the neice away, and that the Ger- 
man was killed while resisting the iff irt to 
take the neice away, having been calKd by 
Mrs, Thompson lo do so. Mrs. Thompson 
is a widow latly, living, we think, on the 
old Sturgis farm. The family rtfcided in 
'St. Paul .some years ago. 



Tna immense st'>ck of millinBry and cy article» 
just opened at DDviA.V'S, above the Bridge, Third 
street, St. Paul, where the wax ialy is in '.he window, 
iOQ 'I look like bard tim"S. For quantity and styles, 
it is unpar,-illeled in the West. TliKy ha e added a 
full line of dres8 and housekeeping gO'ids, cloaks, 
shawlc, embroi leries, hosiery, gloves, trimmings and 
• •rnaiuents of every description. Pile.* ol cloths and 
iancy cloaking. Liadie.s acknowledge the de:iigns su- 
perb and prices moderate. octlS 



Dcoa.^'b Millinery and Dry G<Jots Rooms are crowd 
ed daily rh<»y are sellin^f a eho oe stock of Dry Good 
received 'rom .Vew Yirk, at cost (all new and preliy) 
with an imm<>nse stock of bonnets, ribb'>Q<, laces and 
Millinery goods of every description less than cost. 
Oleaehed linens, shirt bosoms and white gr>ods in any 
quantity are selling right along — embroideries at a 
Hacrifice. I'.irasols, fans, lace mils and summer goods 
itenerally at what any respectable ou-tomer is willini; 
to give. Price not the object — they must get money. 
Ladies, now is the time to buy. The store is No. 2 
todgers' Hlock, above the brilg-e, Third street, St. 
Paul, opposite the Express Office, where the wax lady 
in the window. 



IjINB for 3al« or F.xchasqk. — 1080 acres in Mower 
county, well adapted for sheep and stock, low tot 
cash, or for good unencumbered property in St. Paul, 
or a farm in its vicinity. Address Bjx 18M, St. Paul 
Post Office. novS 



OCR H.>r9S, Tmao Strkit, Oppnemt Armory H«l 
H. F. E Virr.Proprie or.— This old estabri,'>hed house 
is in full operation, and is prepared to furnish m'-aW 
at all hours of the day (^t night. The bir is supplied 
with the v»ry owt Liquors. The larder is always. 
uU. Ovsters at 25 anl ol cents per dozen. Hot 
Coffee, Steaks, &c. Jke. Give me a call. 

feh?fi:'tv H. F F. VTT. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

DBALKR IX 

REAL ESTATE, 

ST. r^gVL, MIJS'JS'/iSOTJI. 

Will also locate Land WarracU and sell Real Es- 
tate on Commissiou. 
April 16. 18«2. declOdfcwiy. 

J. J. DUG AN S • 
MILLINERY STORE 

REMOVl D TO THE 

CATHOLIC BLOCK 

4 few doors below Day fc Jecks's Drg Store, 3d tt. 
A f OMPLETE ASSORrMKNT OF GOODS al-ays 
on hand apr l6:lm 

^VMitLJijyn jovuJS'Br 

TO rm 

Salmon River Gold Mines, 

LV WASUIXUTON TIJRRITOBY. 

The subscriber proposes t^ "tarl for the Salmon 
River '^ol .M nes, b«t«eei tiie fir t and "ixh of May, 
ovfirlani, an l wnl (»rov d>» trans|)nrt«tion a it prnv «- 
i 'OS to all pera ns who will lom h s c .nipaoy f..r $li6 
lor earh per-oo. A '"ep.isit of $.5 m ist b- paid on or 
before th- &fte>>ntb <f .April to iwcu-« a passage. 

*piiiici i m to b? male to the «nde i gned at h'a 
nfflce o 1 Fou-th street, opposite tte City Hall .-^qiare, 
St. Paul, M no 

M LKS Wa^T p.— ',0 pair first o'ass MULES want 
ed, f .r which cash wm be paid on del.v. ry. 

api9 1 ..* Tr4i MA-< DALY 



Important to Shippers 

J. c. & n. c. kcrbank: & co. 

Hav ag been constituted sole agents at St. Paul for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAILROAD, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

Would resppctfutly call your attention to the supe- 
rior a<lvaQtRges offered by tbem over any other com 
peti-g line. 

THROUGH CONTRACTS 

Will be given to all points East. 
AIL CLAIMS FOR OVSRCH\ROBS OR DAKAGES 
Will t>e set'led upon presentation. 

We will also have the ageD'y of 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacrosf-e and Milwaukee Line receive and for 
ward all freight FREE OF WARKUOUaE CHARGES 
XT SAINT PACU 

40 MERCHANTS who design visiting the East fci 
Goods will please give na a call and obtain FULL 
PARnOULARS. 

J. C. & H. C. BDRBAXK & CO. 

Pt Paul, Feb 26. 1S62. feh3ri:dVwv 

MW SPRING STOCL 

I am prepared to rx'iibit a desirable stock of 

Staple & Fancy Dry Gouds, 

At prices that will not f il 

GLVK SATISFACTION. 

Consisting (f 

DRESS GOODS 

In gieat variety. 

Shawls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
Gloves, 

MEN'S WEAR, Sco. 



A NEW LOT OF 



SPRING DRE GOODS 



H6( co.nftt/Ai.y-o 

oice aud lav.iriie baud* 
Also « tinf lot ol pure Turkish ^mo^illg, and bn» 
cut Chewing Tobacci>— the BEST in the city — for sale 
at priceb to buit the limes, al SLICUTi. K'S. 
Opposite i he Internal innal Ho'el. 

Mff wuv ana tjv u'jt^\-T «/•• j 

■* supply ot Family Grocerirs, call at the corner of 
7.h aDd.lackson sin-fts, wli-re you will Bnd the best 
elected stock ol Family Grocenen in the cily, ai>d 
vhere your wants Kill be supplied at piicf. to suit 
. he 'inie-.. nov'i-ly. 

atll l*'^**'*^i'f> **tf run HtiHT ^^•- 

••^' 11 explosive, straw colore! Caib<m Oil, at 
uXiai'Kl'lTiON PRICES, by the barrel sari g:U!..n, at 
>I.ICHri-R'S 

m^ttKffU OirSTKMS HJiCm^M^lt HV 

*- Kxpret-8 daily — Malioy'b ceiebrale<l Pearl Oys- 
ters — for sale by the case o can, at the lowt-si lalee, 
at SL'. HThK'S. 

150 Barrels 
COARSE cSoFINE SALT. 

For sale by E. & H. Y. BEI L. 

janSdtf. 



TO 



AT 



IIOGAN & C. ULP'S. 

GILBERT HU33AH':r &G0. 

SHIP CtlANDLRRS, 

SAIL MAKERS, 

Whole.sale and retail dealer in 

TWINKS AND CORDAGE, 

203 and %m Wain- Street, 

ClilCAOO, ILL., 

■^oii'd cill pitticul r Pttentiou o" the l-ade to o ir 
stock, as we at all tifii»s li.t.- tii« Urjj-iJt and 
l>«>s' as8ortnj*-nt in the West of Manila siiri Tarn-d 
Ro| e lli'ching Ropes, Bs»». Bng .-ing and U 'rlsps. 
Canvas, Oakum, T.r, Pilch lain aud Tack If Block-, 

COAL TAR ROOFING, PITt II & FELTINO, 

Bed Cords, Clot es l.ine<, Broo" T i- n-'sall (jualities. 
Wrapping Twines in linn lies or barrrU, Belt aud aash 
Cor R. Net' aud Peinps. 

COTTO.N, FLAG AND UtiMF TWINES 

Of every description. 

TENTS! TENTS! TEXT.S I TENTS! 

O' evt-ry kind 
TARPAULINS AND WA(iON COVERS 

Male in any quantity at fb'tt notice. 

RF/ilME.NTAL COLORS. ST' NDARD.S, FLAG8, 

GUIDO.VS, *C «:C. 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Army Regulatkns, con- 
stantly on baud and made to order, mar3j:d2m 



(saa w. wooLBT. i. t. ilzucaci.it 

C. W. WOOLLEY &CO., 

LOWRR LEVEE, SAlSl fAVL 

F ORAV^R ID I NO 

AND 

Commission M e re h a n t s, 

DEALHHS IN (iUOOl'JU ES^ 
<iIlAIN, PROVLSIUNS LIMF &C., &C. 

. AND 

A O E N J S FOR 1 H K. 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 

PENIiRTLVAyU RAILHOAD, 

Oavidson's LJne orsst^-amerR. UinnevtU River, 
Northtrn Tra.i-porialion Company Irin; the Ea.st , 
Excelrior '• Young Amenc* '' Coiai C<ibb Mill, 
WiKslward's Mnutterami ^eiwrator. 
Kerosene Oii C^.iupany ol NV» i ork, 
Ojntiaclh for Traii-porlalioii iHrlaeeit S*. Paiii, Eos 
ton, >e» K.iiglaii'l, M 'o t rf:i I , Ni^w York I'nd all p<nuU 
Kaiit, ma > up'i! the lowest am; most tavoraMe tntma 
'.y the Norfheri. Trao poitation Oompaay 
Mark pac'iagus, 

"W0OU.EV* CO. 
St. Pill.. 

For 

.l»nn»rT' 1 1W — dlr. 



MILL FURNISHING. 



CHICAGO BRANCH OF JOHN T. NOTE'S 

OLD BUFFALO MILL FUHNI.-^HLNG ES- 

TAULlSHilE.NT, ESlAliLlSHEU 1334. 



TeOPHY FROM I'lTTr-BUROH. — An objeCt of 

great iniertst was on c.xliib tion at the 
Board ol Trade, in Cbicaj^o, a few days 
since. It was a Loui.siara lance about 
twelve feet ia lengili, taken from a member 
of a company t.f cavalry known as the 
" Hell CV?," and brought to tli6t city by 
J. G Wilson, E=q., jest returned from the 
bfttUe field. 



Mail PACKET, 



MMf^JtK 



ANTELOPE, 

FROM SAINT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

Will run daily t)etween the a»>ove osmed 

pr>ints, l.-aviog Carver at 6, C laiika at 6, 

anddhakopeeat 7 o'Cock, arri ing at 

.>*t Pau I in time to roou'C'^ with 'he l.sOrosse, erai- 

ria du Chien, Onbuq • aid r>uoleiih Hue ol packet". 

Lw»»e» St. Paal, L«#«r L«vee at * : Upper I evee,at 

2>| P H tt£uKWB tfoCaHToM.MMter. 

•pi224B 



CALL AND SEE GOODS k PRICES. 

At the new t.tore of 

A. S. ELFELT, 

aprl'':lm next door to Pi< n»er offlre. 



NEW sua A.IIS I 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO. 

Aie Ja4t in receipt, per steamer Milwaukee, (f th«ir 
first Inbtillment <f 

GROCERIES, 

In-sluding 8EVE>f IT-HYE PACKAGES of »Mort«d 

P. R. COFFEE, 

CRUSHED & GRAN. SUGARS, 

At low Agnrea for cMb. 
.■irn9:iw 
w ti m jy J m u m tt m B m u M % 

lB U I I^ D E K S . 

Shop in old Baptist Church Bnilding.'on Firth strBBt 
oeir Jack-spn. All kinds ot Carpenter Work d.M to 
onler. 

71W ngTBimm, JimcmiTBCT. 

mWM* >f|ie» io -a'T'.H buildio; as t.eonard K Shaire'i 
Oirpeotw Shop, on Fifth etreet. n^r Jaek en. Da- 
signs. Plans, an ISpeciflcatioM for BilbUng' of evary 
i*Krif tiw, pnpaMd on abort aoticfc Ml»>^ 



JOHN T, NOYE; 

FLOUR PACKER, 

Usnnfactnrer of every description of 

MILL MACHINERY 

▲ND 

French Burr Mill Stones. 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENT TURBINE WA- 
TER WULELS 

Fitted with Cast ^teel or Boiler In n B.ickets, war- 
ranted to produce a bi^h p»T cen' ige of po- er. 

IMPROVED SMC r M\CHINKS aNL) SEPARiTOHS 

OAT AND GRAI.^I !$l!:P.\UATUUS. 

John T. Noye'i Impriv^d Centrifugal, Feediag, Flonr- 
ing and tirist Mma. 

CJST 8TKBL MILL PICKS. 

Also, UUFOUR A CO.'s lyELEBBATED 

Anchor Brand Boilings Cloth 

MILL CASTINGS.— The entire Machinery of 
Mil s. trom ihe ••n.allest Casting to the whole ar- 
rangement for Ihe largeat cla s c f Flouting Mills, at 
mocU less cost than is uual will be furuiaaed at my 
Mannifotnrr, a'-'l Branch at Chio g >, 111. 
JOH-N T. ^OYE. Hullalo. N. Y. 

WW. F. NOYB, Agent. 
28 Marke. street, Llnd r Block, Chicago. 
JoH"» WiBsntR, Millwright. aprll:*m 

J. ft H. C. HURT ^N'K * Co., Aijents at St. Paul 



J AP A .\ KS t: W i:l i: AT. 

A Xkw Kivd ov Graiv kn wn as J^pavesr Whiat 

M iXTRODt'OtO To TDK PCBl 10 A.VI> |.aK.«I1KM 

(,F Mi:v.va~urA, 
By the su'"«cribers, «ho have grown it on their place 
last year. This rem-irkaoin Whisatis ama£in>;ly pro- 
ductive, produc n; over one huo'lred bu heis t' the 
acre. It maturrs in Sr^veuly days from the time ii ia 
O'n, an.! we>Khs giiv s x p "imis to the bushel 
The i.e^d:! or the grs n avt- rai;o tea inches in length. 
I ripens while the leaveii and stalk are green. The 
stalk IS sn strung th it it never lodges dur n,' the mmt 
SHT-'-e Ktorms. It will lalteo bogs as wel a« com, 
a'ld at le-s th*n one halfot the cxpe.nse It prodocea 
tron^ three to sir t>>nH of |. alder to 'he acie fully 
equal to ihe be»t timothy or clover hay It> cutn- 
liuus qua itiesare such ibot all kin Is of stovk prefer 
it t aiiv ot the g^a-i^e« ued for fodder, after a very 
large inportiin of the uraio is threM'.e > oil. liwill 
stand the movt s<-vere dioith. It is excellent for 
f.'eding poultry. It yielde thirty puuDd.s ol Flour to 
tiie busiiel. 

Price— 0.>>'E OOLLiB per package, with full direc- 
tions. 

49* ^nc pa'rkage sown as directed, will prodara 
enoui;b f'eed lo raiee Lext year fiom OUO to 8<W Daall- 
els ot fe Wheat. 

Sold bv the following Agents in St. Paul : 
R. (';allaway ; .1. 0. Raituet & Co.; 

Day * Jenks ; i..« w pile it Broa.; 

B. Presley , l- W. W.ly ; 

Beaum-^nt fc G'.rloD. 

For sale in MioDeapolis by W, H. I>>nnard ft Oo. 
Greely -. Gray ; O .M L<ra«a\ : KePv A Bro 

M Anthony— C'hailes Crawforl, T > ftG.H. An 
drews. 

4^Person« living at a distance can )>e supplied 
wkh a package per mail, by i-ending a d dUrand lour 
pr>s agv fi^mps enclose ■ in an eovel. pe. addressed <o 
K. (JaLLaWaY, St. I aol, or W. U. LEONARD, Min 
neapolia 

11. & E. JACK»ON, 

feb7 — d^wSm I«ke Mini<etnnka. 



St. Paul Chair Factory. 



to 



GALLEY k JANSEN, 

M^Dnftcturerii and Wholesale and Retail dealers 

H A. I R 8 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
0^*«6««A«tr «lr««f , btl. 5th It 6tA, St. F»ml, 



c 



NEW CDSTOil 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



I have opened a first cla.ss B'lOT AND SHOE STORE 
in the I'henix Block, second d o: fr,)m the Pridge, 
where I kbali beple«s«d io >-«e all of my ol! ^ri•od^ 
and eus'omers, pledging royhelf u *«lt aa low a« any 
other huuse m the city. 

The cast >m d partment will be tinder the.snpervia- 
ioD of Mr. J. SHEILB^, who*« repuUt on is w«l 
established for l>«iog tt^e be^t booi maker .n the eity. 

All work wa: ranted. 

RE. nUGHSON. 

liiarWrlly Agent. 



B M .V r 
STONE STORE 



rwi o 
THE 

On Wabaahaw street, near Third, from May 1st,lM2, 
for one or a term of voani. Also to leaso Iota oa tb« 
Levae, Wabatbaw and Third >tn-« ts. 



▲ycaiOtik,UiL afUda 



We are prepsr^d lo supply the trade with the Tery 
best quali'y of work, made nnderonr personal sup>r 
vision, and 

wj B BJUTTB n arPEBMom 

To any manufactured in the Stale. 

Twelve yeais experience in tbia trade enables na to 
do gf>od 'ork in good style. 

We refer to <he lollowing principal Cabinet dea'm 
of 8'. Paul, who se I our work in prelercnae to tbftt 
of other maauGacturers, for the reason that tbey con< 
aider ours the best. 

J. Primrose. i J. A. 8'eea, 

r HiMebrand, I J. S. 1 enn 'on. 



.1. rVin*.' 



fe-'.4 ;t*»lT 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One ol the beat 

CLAIRVOYANTS k FORFUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, can be consulted for a short I'bm 
at b't residence on Flgbtb klreet, l>elween Wabftshaw 
and f^t. Pe'er, name on the dos*'. 

Terms — airvo^ant Kxtmioations. SI ;Pa«t,Pree. 
•nt and Future Ladies, 25 cents, (reotlemeo , Y* cents 

Roup, from fl *. M »" fl P W aprf^m 

U N I ON HOTE L, 

.n. J.VMBJy'BBI.nB/l, Proprietor, 

OOR. 4th * WABA^^HAW STS. ST. PAOL. 
GOOD 8TABLIN0 ha connactian with th« Hoom. 

This hnu.><i hiu beei bafit th<a aaravier, is Sttod ap 
shed in the best s'y'e, and is praparad to 



and farni 

aoeoTimodate travelers and b ardars on 

(ernis 



raasonabU- 



SFK.VCSB Ji CARVER, «|^ Boftrt by th* day «« «Mk M low M wty otlMr 





i 







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r 1 O 



THR SATNT PAUL PT^FSS, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 23, 1862 



f ijt *aint |)aui |!rr5s. I 

ST. PAl'l. DAILY ANU WKKKLY FUKSS. | 

UtC-AL AL)VKKU-t.Mi!.NUs. : 

frBUSatn 0\CK \ WtKK, KlTUKii l.l PAIIV OK WHtXLT 

Kir»i \n>'>rtii>ii ... ...76 (.Vuls jwr Sjufcrw j 

K»cu i«uli— ijucut lni>erti<>u.37 VJ 

Li!)t-il Aihci'li>.»t« ■«'.* publi.-btfd at the expen~* ol 
ttf Allorut-)- 'jr'lfrin^, aii'l lU'l J»U>able for l^e 1«- 
^1 j.ri«3««liui<». butcxUec'iihii' in iJmc-.or i«n deliv- 
ery ol' *iti.'.ivit. PublishiT-. lu'. KCfouuUlilB tor lb« i 
koc uiicy of \y:py\ ».Werlii«iii««nts b*vi>nit iti*" amuuiit 
eh«ii{«fl for iheir jmolietiliou 

A-lv«rii.-.«tiu«>iit-. pubii.ihevi in both the l»»il.' and 
riw«l> will »►-• cliiiwei IU« full lUily r»l«» with one 



BUKL^ANirs STAGES. 
1861 w.NTKK 1862 

ARKANaEMKNT ! 



Minnesota Stage Company, 

CALKVING THK 

NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

AND THR 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 



DRY GOODS. 



AGRKnJl/rUUAl.. 



I 



RAILROADS. 



▲U^Kkli 11. liAVIduK. 

S T. 



IPTGKllSOLL'S HI. IC'li. 

THK ouK^T ti.ij.K »!■ \ Cllpper Plow Factory. 



i> A u I. ! Great Western Rail- 



JiOOTS & SIIOKS. 

JUST~RECEIVEI)7 



DRY OOODS 

IS PO.MTI.VUKD AT TlIK 

NeAv Store 



Ikall the wtPfcl.T r*le.-< tilileil. 

*.^»vrl^•.«f^u<-ul^ (wailful KU.i pUwf". um'.er \\l« U<*!i»l 
of spfcial .Vvi'.io.:-:', if leo liiif^ "r.i-.er, will \»- cU»r(C«^i 
d*D>if lln- u^u*l ikl"*^, ii iiuiiiT tlial »ni«unt. tlltj 
e»i!t.'< for eac'i iii^Tliim. 

Y»*rly •dverti-er-i to piij quarterly. 

A iT«rii»<'tucuiN. l'>r a !••-* tini«t thaa thre* month*, 
lo !>•■ (HkiJ in atl'-vuce. 



flbir -^ li»K«.>N, E»4 , at Miantj.ip»>lin, and Wwr- 
■».„.. o'Srhlx, K-m . at St. Aai'uuuy.w ll»cta*.\«.nt-i 
in ciTcuUtiuf; li>o iUiLir TKiiM in lh«ii ivpweliTe 
tiitruA. 

4^ l>iitcre<llt<Hl lUioniH aa>A W iscoomn currency 
Mat lo uit heraafter will b«« rfceiveJ .loly at Ih* nUa 
ftt which we ean deposit it, anrt cr.xlit will h»* {iven 

kocvdin^ly _-__^______ 

Pu*l Ufliii-, »l. P««»« Jliiiiicaol*. 



jFnCB BOfltS. 

On wtmi iwys m^m / •'cloci a a. to 7 o'clock Ml 
On iund»v«, iiom 12 o'tlock s(. to I o'clock p. Ji. 



PR iPKIirOR.*, 

J. C. BURBANK & CO. JOHN L, MERRIAM. 



TU» roaU« are well »ro k< J with Fir.-t Claaw Horises 
Concord Coachen, with caret . I and exreriei.ced Dri 
TOf*, all UQrler t!ie coutr:>l of competent Agenlg. 



OF UEPARTUHES FUO.M SAlXT PAUL 

Kor H*sliu.{s. red '*irg. Kfa t«, \V»biishHvir, Wino- 
na, IjiCosj^k. (counectiuu «itli t'le L^ iroHbH and 
MiUaQine Kaiiroadj tlaily, at <i o'ci'Xk a. m. 

For St Antlionj an.l Slinu(<ai/oliii — twice daiiy, at 8 
o'cloc .A. M., anil -If. M. 

For Vanorain, Anokjt, JloutiefUo, and ''t. Cload— 
Mod lay*, Wedae^^iUy-. :iuii Kri.Uy8,at 4 o'clock x. » 

Fi>r s'auk Kapidn, ^\W Piairie, ort Ripley and 
On w Wiug — jlor^l.iys and Fr.dayn, at 4 a. m. 



I Tlie uuden^fjrQA'l haviui? f >.-n.«><l a o»i partitwr^hip 
I for lh« manutacTuru and h»I« oi 

3r» L O W S , 

i Are now prApar«d tolurnisli f^rmera anl d alers with 

T H K B E ri T P L O W 8 

I Ewr offerBil in the Sato, ind at pricei tu suit the 
timrs. We wil< al-v<tys lriv» 'lu band a Urife stock ol 



way Company's 

EXI'HESS FREIGHT LINE 



MEJN'S AND WOMEN'S 



a-eat WcstemN.Y.Cenliai pilPPU fl fllfjPDQL 
j.\'n cojy'j>rxcriJ\'H /nf^i/ts, i JJUl 1 ALJU UllllLlUi.. 




TO AMI> FBOM 



D. W. 1N(J SM'SOLiL & CO., Ca*t S-.^M and 'lomniou 8ie*l Cro-a rt.,»«, Corn j 

, rioa-8 IJrwtknK aul ilrub I'lows, of all mzttg and iH ] 



HOCJW OF ARRITAl. A-tD DWvKllKS Oir TM» HAIL*. 

*i. I'aul to La Crj-««, carrying ia«« waitorn and i K<.rStiUwat<!r— Daily, at S A. M 



•outh<>m n)»il. 

L*i»i»s daily, except Frid*, , »i 6 a. «. 

ArriTrt* daily. exee>.»Tur«.Uy, at fl p. si. 

-; Piul to KalW ; St. Cr-ix, W:-c<>n»in, Tia Jtill- 
•^•.^.•^, U«a»e* dai'.> , iscopt Suuday, at 7 A M. Arriros 
dai !. e«eei<t ■'unday. .11 I- n. 

<Ni i'au! > Criw Wm^, ( Dpper Mis'iiu.sippi ri»«r,) 
lC3Te« daily , except !«unday, f >r at. Anlbouy and Min- 
B«apoh«,itt8 A M au.l-.i P. M. 

i^u. I'aul to St. I'loid ant Orow Winj, Monday 
W«la**'»y »" ' F.jd*y,at 5 a. M. 

, fn»-»d;iilT, fxcept Sumiiy » ff '»"'** •'^"^'*°"J' '^° 
M.un-iiuO;"*ai ft P M 

\rri«* i.-"iu "^t- Cioai Tuesday, Tnar.^day an 
Saturday, at t ir'. *. 

il*iU'l''r Fi't ♦beroroiabie. Breckiur.djje, Ke , on 
tU-S KiT«r.aredu<i.-a«h»d tu Monday and KriJay, at 

St Paul to South fr Dd,iliune6o;* river, leaves .lai 

*y. eK«-pt J'.iud.iy.s, at 3 a. » Arrive ua ly , eicept 

iJun.Ur at 5 P.M. ,_ ,» 

<t f»ul to .\..rthaeU. cairyingmalliorFanbaalt, 

Ow*t..nu>. .tc.lHa...- .Vl^ad*y. WHnes^ay and Friday. 

.,'. OA. « Airivrs, ru.»djy, fhuraday and -viturday, 

!Jlt k'iji to Decorah, lowa. via Cannuu ►k..ld, Koch: 
«iV! (kc , !*"iVi.-3 vCon'iav and Thursday, at 7 a.m. 
Ap ive« at St. rani, Wednesday and Saturday, at 7 

I* H 

' f'iul lo Superior, lVi»c<>u<in, leavpn Monday and 
to -^unri* Citv only, rburta-vy. at 5 AM. Arrives 
Tv^/^Uy,»Ji.l 'trom Sunri^ie city c»ly, Saturday at tl 

' -it Paii.i.oSparta,vr,i.,viaHudson. eaves luisJay, 
Tburwl'iy ind s.Hiurday . at 8 a. m . - „ ^ 

Arnei M.m.lav, Wfdnes.Ui and Frid»y, at 6 P M. 

.St P*ui ic GV.tage Uruve, via Newport, sc, l^ves 
Jto.turdav At I P. M Arrives iCatur 'lay. nt li M 

St IW to iiel Wi„g, iupplwtK fine B^ud an.i 
NiQinger, l^ve* Vf^jdne-day at 8 A M, irnvesTues- 
4av at 6 P. M. 

Eastern mail eUwei xtl f ». 

liars leaving betor-.: 7 o'clock i. M. . close at 7 P M. 

All olliern clo*e half au hour before tho 'inie ol 

•t*rtin5 . , .. / 

TkjB poat*^"' upon a'.'. traaHient printed matter, tor 
nza and doin^.nic, anl U|^n ail letters, foreign and 
domestic, i» now re^ulred to b.fjlly prepaid by t'uit- 
«d SuteB postage i»Ump«, except in case-i where pre 
pavmeut on letters, iw, to foreiafn oouutries w opti 
onal and th*. Kendert do not wi..,h to prepay 

t'erHonn ni*ilin< letters, newspaper!", Sc . whether 
donier'tic ur to foreizn coantrien, should therefore -s- 
«t'Uin at tUe office ol njaiiioK, the exac: pos-Age 
la each C*»e. and altix I'mled ritate. piiHta^t ht.inip^ 
o "uili-ieut value t.> prepay the lull postage thereon 
CiJAa. .SlCrf >1jS. I'osima.ier 
»-t. t'«nl IKK!. 4. 1«rt1 



For Marine, Taylor's Falls and the Falls of St. Croii 
^Mondays and Thursday^, al 8 o'doc a. m. 

For Superior — Every Monday, a 4 o'clock A. M. 

Far ^unri.se, with connection' at BayQelil — F.very 
Monday and Thursday at 4 o'clock a m. 

Fur Richmond, '^auk Centre, .\lK\audria, Poinme 
de ferre, Rrei-kinridije. and Fit Abetcrombie — 
Monday* and Friday i, at 4 o'lock a. m. 

Fur iieor^elown. I'euibiiit, Fmt Oariy,and the Red 
Riv.'r Set.ltmcnt — Every Fri.iay at 4 o'clock A. M. 

For further p.-.rticuUrs enqui-e at the (!euernl Office 
on Third ^t^*et, near tbe " Americiin,' orat the <.)ffi,.e 
of th-'Ni'rth Western Kxpres.^ (Jomp&ny. 

St Paul. Nov :4, 18< 1. nov24dly 



GOODS AT LA CROSSE. 

Merchints and others desiring ifooiis brought np 
from La t.'ros-e cm make special contracts at 

L O »" K S T tt ,i T JR a y 
on application to us. 

:^peoiH; and LaJW rat^s will al»o be given from New 
York and Bo9U>n, by Express or by " Merchant's 
Di ,a"ih." 

Lotetut Rate* tlit-tn on I-'ura 
ana other return freigut Call on us be!ore making 
ooatracts. J. C. BUKUANK & CO. 

no- 24 



u 



O 1^ ^ .S H ti a . 

• WK Sui{ar H'Mise in bb'». lull' barrek and kegs, 
Fo' ynle li.w. C K) KV, TuWKK * C^). 



1 tU( >l v?>& j:^TA:rit)NKj{Y 

111 a MERRlLLy" 

VJU iLES \.LE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

BOOKS & STATIONERY 

ST. PAUL. MINN. 



^OiF »nrl K.I1.-.1. 



fjr*.«, rt.nJS 



tfll^ VP*^*f ftm^tt novsKy uoLm 

M^3^9 den >nd Aicber. a ciioice uricle, at 

.1 C * H C B^R^A K t f^i '^ 

Tjf 1. Jilt UK UTOtK Of /•I.VK Li~ 

^9- quor-i and Cigarf, wcucU we oiler at prices that 
will ini'iire quicb sales, nt 

.1. C .M H C. IinRBtVK & Co.'i 



IN INGKUSOLLS BLOCK, 

And at priceH in lusny iDstsuues 

Alias THAN THK ACTVAL COST OF IMfORlA 
TIUS AND ItASUFACTUKK. 

Much of the immense •toek now oOi»red fnr sal* has 
been selected from the 

LARGE AUCTION SALKs 



1_)HY GOODS, 

fJV TUK Cll I* Of JVKW X^OUh, 3 7 

PANIC PRICES. 

1 B Si B LAROE STOCK OA 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of qnality, will be sold at prices to 

SUIT THK TIMK.S. 

Mottled Uorelta Cloths, from 10 to 'ibc pur y«rd ; 

Plaid Poil De Clipvrea 
Embroidered Poil I)e Clieveres, 

Every variety of (Jlialleys, 
Etnbroideied and Grey Grisaillea. 

Blue, Green and Piiik Barrege Lexafina. 

Englisb, French and AmericaD Mousline d«' 

Lainee; Printed Lawns in great 

variety 

A .=»plendid Rtock of Ginphaote; 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY 



ng 

I the b'st mdti'rial. 

Hiving liidlhe rriateri.il .Jelfcted for our e»p«ciai 
tra'le. aii'l tlie Plows hein>; niaaatac.tured under the 
HUperTiKlon of 

ALONZO LE AMINO 

ICOKUKSLY OP 8T. AJfTHUNT.] 

WE WARKANT THKM 

to he ''( Light Orauirht. Clean iu any soil, and give 

flood 8iti-faction eenerally. 

Parttcutar •Mttenllon PaM to ItepaU'luff 

Farmen I saves your old plow< and we will worx 
them over much to your advantage anJ satixractioo 
by leaving them a o ir Ficl'>ry, ot Kobfrt street, be 
tweeu 4th «nl 5.h, 8 . Paul, "iifn <>f plow. 

jan*2'Jd*«l,. DAVIS iN & CO'«NELLY. 



East and ^Vest, | 

Ooolrolled and operated by the Road ■ 
foruiitig tbe line, and to wliidi 

tbe attetitioD of Shippers | 

is invited. ; 



for^tUt TrantfiorlnUua oF f-lrt Kloelgf 
Ifliu Uijult ulfei-m Hiirqtinlled fitciU^ 

^'»^•tlM, Tiiur, tie,' 



Gi'aiu Fans anil Plows. 



F H MAVNY'.'? KXCX-ilDR. NO. 1 »-26.00 

F.^EEWIKT^KAIN ."SEPARATOR 'ib.O 

UEERE'S MOLINKP OVVS $10 to 1 .0<) 

At the Frrime ' arehouse, corner of 1 evee and Sib 
lev street, St. Pa^l S. P. tt V. F. HODGiS. 

nov'.Ji<16nio 



300 



lur 8;ile a* 



f. I t f. 



it>^< * 



1AA KKtiff SfVU^ait HOVSii, tiOI.' 

i W ,Uii Hud Aiab.T .Syrup, a Oil') ce article, at •* 
I C <: H •'. f^lNWA iC C <r) 'h 



d W ter boxes faisiu-i. cr-) ■ ol 1S81. at 



r. V H r. BURHAVK k Cr..'- 



miXW oyrup, a th.iiee a tic:e lor ta li- Ufe. »t 

J C * H C HURBASK * Co > 



l-wO Kruit-, ciio.-is mg "t P una-, Pi'J •'«. i<ir 
lauih ai.d Citron, all new crop . tor ^^ale \\ pri-'e;; to 



I50 



priuie art olr.al ii;ar flgurtS, at 

1 V H C. KU-CRa K ,t Co'i.. 



SILKS 

Men and Boys' Summer Wear ; 
Broadcloths ; black and fancy Caa^iiLeres 
Satinetbi, and Summer Cloth.*?. 

ALBO 
A VERT LARGS SIOVK Of 

HOSIERY, CLOVES -AND 
EMBROIDERIES; 

PJItJUOLS, SUJy UMBRJBLLJIA, tfc, 

ALSO 
A large stock of 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

COUNTRY T K A E) P:. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their Goods ot us, and 

SAV^E TIME AND MONEY. 

We also itivlte the attention oi lue Lbdijs to uur new 
STYLES OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

O U U E N T I R K S T O O K 

Will be sold for 

O A. S H , 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 

The Public *re invited to visit our ^ew Store. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & Co., 

ftli»-'Mvhr ^'l. Paul. Minnesota 



Farmers, Look Here ! 



rwnuK vJVHKitsiu.vxu bjvjb ojv 

-■• liani! a large lot of 

FANNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 
which they propose to trade to farmer j on better 
temi« than can be had elsewhere. 

F. H. M.\.VNVSExcelsioi Grain Fan. . .|25. 00 

FRKIiPOKT Graiu Separator, 25.00 

.MUI.INE Fiinn<n>? .Mill 20.00 

MOLINE&ROOK INLAND Plows flO to $15 

We will receive whea in exciianze fur auy ot trie 
above ariioles at 55 cents per bashel. Also a g'jod 
»npply of CoggshiU .t vVarner's aad Bickford fc Hufl'- 
man'a 

ORAIN DRILLS, 

witb or without Gr.LHo t*eeders. 

Parlies .VKhing to purchase will d > well to give u- a 
call at tbe Frame Warehouse, corner of Lower l.evee 
and Sibley streets, cil. Paul 

niv27w6mo 3 P. * P. F.HODGES. 

FANNING MILL 



Freight forwarded at Lowest 
Rales and with Dispatch. 

In tbe shipment of (loods by rail, all iiuurance U sared. 



CHILDREN'S: 

MISSES' AND CIIILDRENS' 

sisroA\^ BOOTS. 
WM. J. sMrrH& CO. 



1«T. I'AtL. Hp,-. 27.1861. 



noT8:lT. 



.MARK PACKAGES " G. W. R.- 



Three Express i'a.s8en'. er Trains leave Chicago and 
Detroit daily fcr BulTalo, New York, Boston and ilon- 
tre».l, Quebec, Portland, 4c.. So , with Sleeping Car-, 
on hU u'l'U* traint^. 

j»-TicWeth via GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY foi 
sale in a 1 rji^ket Offices. 

General Freight and Jicket Offices. 
873 Broa.1>Tsv, [ 31 State Sireet, 

.^Vmi i'ofle, ti^mluH, _j, J », . 

K. :». REACH , ... Agent. | O. KIMBALL Agent \ """"^o- Tbu makes the boot strcnger and nrote dn 

JUUUS UOVIUS. Geu'l Ag't, BufU.r.. I '*'»'«t •nl »s lighter and Bm neat*] . 
C.J. BRYDfiES, Manactug Director, H.imiUon. 

A wrALLlNGFORU, REPAIRING 

Obicaso anf^ Vt e-itPTi Acent. 



JOHN THORWARTH, 

BfKIT/t.SHOK MAM'FAfJTURKR, TfflRD STREET, 

BETWEEN ROBERT AND JACKSON, 

St. Paul, Uina. 

Keeps Constantly on hand sod makex to order 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

Which are warranted lo do as %ooi service, and of aa 
good style and worknian^'hip as if nade to ordar. 

STEEL SHAJSKS FOR SEWED £00 JS, 

Tlie first introduced ia this city. wOl be ppt in ■ahen 



a'20 



6f" 



iJ\'It UJk'Miy\' H on Tit. 



rz,i\ ««.*.»'T'* r.iTn.\'T p./.%\\'tj\-ti 

>M .-.tor Kale at miuuiscturpr's piices.a' 

J »: WHO BrKR^NK .XiG..'^ 



50 



g'* M t. It 



Pt:J\^fl, »Tl:.Jii' S'/i.\>* 

uno ■ en-'iU »•> »iiit all 

HKVT n MITiJVa tf dH- 
ii^l' H » !• K * 



-«, «</ Wtl.l. l-l-^-n O.Vti OP TMh 

■ML iaf,;«!il ;tml o »l s.-lfCied slocfes o! Groceries iu 
til.. WHNt.at the (ja.'phnii >e of 



It t j%' T a it s ^ 



.ir H n 



rm^Hi-: 

-M. M E '-^KS 

3.50,000 



^ 



-u^ If I. h 

M: HtM)KS. 



>' u 



l.^iHUK STOCK 

\vii At; <'U\T a-M.R-i 



OP ULJJS'H 



htiv Pt.tr OP 



I.J HOP. LOT 

PKK ' H Al'. 



HVU OO I. 
OP W^Lh PJi- 



/m i..§ttUK i.MT op .nisrKLi..i- 

•j« NK'iC-i ABT.Cl. 8 Al.-.o Picture, Piay, Toy 
%n.l ..rh-'r Cuildren's B mk'i 

jl^Couutry Cu.stom reap cfully «o!icite<l..fi)r 
D. D. iHEKKILL.. 



1 



^USi PLJtH TO UtiT Til ti BKS1 



All sorts, kinds, and colirs, from the cel-hrated 
mauufxctiiry ot .) E VV*i!e, New York, fna s-.le al 
lUilii't'iuturer's pfices, by 

\..rVi I n * tj RPR^AVK * f'o 



401fc HOXKA .IXf^Ottl Pll TOH.tC- 
'^" CO, vou.prisin. ail tur f.vi.rite br:iud.-,, st 

J c M H <; blrhank *<•(. 's 



Mil. ITARY BOOKS, 

For lri;»iiiry. Cavalry and .Artillery, is at 



•M' 



19 oooii .as ji,\'w-'PXHajiPs 

BETTER! 

The celebrate 1 Writing Flai.! of Wm. Manhus 
Smirh it now offered tor stle m Ui nea<ita D D 
MER-tlLL. St. Paul, U uur Aifsat. 

Thin Ink rtas be-n ih r luiriily tested, and is now 
used by B.rikers, Riilrot I i.tfi.;er8, ^tate Leiii.slatures, 
and bi busine.-is mun tbr Mighout the "O intry. 

*ra'>irs Fluid i< no better, but being su-^ject to 
bi.ifh t riff, is more exi>eiisive. 

Ainene-ios h>u il u.ie this Ink, l«:\iua, lit, It is 
as ^ood a- »ny ind It iroits les* 31, You «hon d 

PATRONIZK "HO.ME INDUSTRY." 

Tho-e who wish i"araDl>'», can have 'hem free of 
chArge, by cii'linf on our Aitent, D. D MERRILL, 31 
etreel, nt-kr the Bridge, M. Paul 

a»'lTH & BROWyWELL, 

jan?l'16m. Manufacturers, Man'ius, New York 

wm J. u Jt .1 M jr ,!i It II tc vo.fs 

MILLS, 

SITUMKD O.V PflALOSS tHRKK. WHERE 
THK STlhLW aTKR ROAD CROSSES 

This .'Jill is juit coiuplrted, and is in good running 
order. Our machinery embraces all the latp>'t im- 
provements, arjil wa.i g it up in the E*st, without re- 
ganl t'> expense. It has two run of Burr.s, which 
will be kept ruiimn;^ night and day, so that farmers 
Homing from adUUoce can be accommodated without 
moch del.iy. 

The need of a Hr:.t cl*ss Mill o thi" kind has long 
be»iD felt by the citizens of St. Paul and vicinity. 
We have secured 'he services of James Craigie. who 
has made mil ing the business of his life, and in whom 
we can place entire cunUdence. 

All kinds of grain will he weighed when bro'jght to 
the Mill, and alio when taken away. i( desired. We 
feel conli'lent in saying lo tbe public that we can 
make a^ g'Kxl Flourand as great a yi'ld to the bashel 
a' any Mill in Minnesota, and reapectlully solicit a 
{air trial. 

.Also a new Mill for grinding corn in the ear. 

jgp All work done at this kill is warranted. 

sep^O dStwlv 



•tl^ WO/K.V tlVBOia Bt-ST i\i81 

O" .sitjel AKes. A.sooO'l. I Ked liiver AXen Al- 
so '.^6 Boxes as'iorted Blued Taiks, fir>t qiislity, at 

.1 ^H <'. HiMHa^IC t ro.'s 

50 BARRELS 

Ok 

CA^RBOls OILl 

ALSO A Qr.\MlTY Or 

CHICAGO CREAM ALK, 

For fale by J. C .V H. 0. BORBANK ft Co. 

dec6. 



New Fall and Winter Goods. 

jfp o tt n it r u o o II s .# jy_u 

YANKEE NOTIONS 

OO TO 

"Tlie Cheap Cash Store," 

XKXT DHiR TO THS N. W. EXPRKSS OFFICE, 
THIRl) -TREET, TT PAUL, MINV. 
We mean to keep up oir rejotation for selling 

DRY aOODS CHEA.P. 

Call and see fi>r youriielves. Remember oar 
motto— 

"S.MALL PROFITS ANfD QUICK SALES." 

nor-Zrii,, H. K%OX T,%VI.«»R. 



We tbe undersigned , beg leave to call the •♦♦entior 
of Farmers and C.iuQtry Merchan's to the tact that 
they have the exclusive right ot manufacturing 

F. V. MANNV'^ FANNING MIU^ 

Which has taken the premium over all other mills ii> 
the state f' r cl<-»ning grain of all kindi Warranted 
logive pertVct s*tisf*e^ion in vsk ng out 'i»*- and 
cockle, and :<.ll fciul seeds. We also manufactura tbe 

RACINE MILL, 

Large or smtil hti? as any one miy uesire We cal 
the attention of wheat buyers to our lar^e size ndll 
which cannot be exi^Uei* for cleaning grain b^t 
Persont will sare from tour to six doiUrs ia buying oi 
as 

Give ns a call before pi], c*a«inz elsewher*. as we 
cnnsfli - b-tter mill.anl ctie per than any one elsr 
can affi r 1 them. We ar- agenti for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STEAM FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BURR MILI.>STOi\ES, 

ntJPOnK'>S BOI.TIJ\-ti CLOTHS, 

8CKEEN WIRE AND THsani-'S SMUT MILL AND 
SSPARaTOK. 



We are the only party keeping <he above artic'aa 
St. PhuI. 

F-<ctorv, Ix)wer Levee. We-t St. Paul 
j*n'29>l&w3oi. W. M LEVDE *( RROTHKR. 



In 



This is 96 milen tbe shortest as well as tiis Qheap.isi 
aniJ most ij.rjfone.ble rcuie ic all Points in the Enst- 
ern ."^tatei- -jC tViiiadah. 

U is au ;ili r>iil route except tbe distance "f 86 niile>- 
fruin MUiwiuket io Grand Haoen, wliicii is performe.! 
on . oe oi -11^ spleudid Ocean Steftm^hip^ ol the line 
in ix Uour.i. This change from the h«t iind dnHi.> 
Raiiroud I'ars t>> the uiry and splendid cabins o; th 
•tteiini~hips> where you are furni.sheil with stateruon.'* 
frti: of ckirge . relieves much ihe tedium ot a journey 

SJeti »isA»/'s UaiK MiXmaukK nomiii-g and evri.ing on 
th«i arriv.il ol trains from the West, coiinediog iti 
Grand Haven wiili Exp^e^s li-a u» ol the VtUruu ana 
Milwaukn: Haih-aad for all p .ints East. By tin 
route tti. /are u oi l<nv, tinu qaicki-.r, Connfctiiiris a- 
rare as by auy Hru, ai.d yuu avoid tlie uncfitai' t,% 
ar:<i delay ot eli^tuging earn, anil nearly iwo niile> 
(Jninibus tr.ivei to which PHSseugers via i. Uicago u,re 
sut'ject. 

I'icket.s via Prairie du Chien or La Crosse to be had 
at principal li'jk« t offl'eM. 

J H. WiiiTii/.>, (Jen'l We'-i'n Ageu;. MjU.tukee. 

W. K. ilciK, Sup't, Detroit. je22 

f i t'" B a P O O t, .tJ\'U LO.MIOJX 

FIKU; AXU LIFE iXSUUANCF CO. 

Capital and Reserved l<'tiiidover$l>,UU0,OU0 

uOSSES PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 
Without sixty clays' notice. 

L I F !•: INSURANCE 

E9>M;ted oil liberal terms. Policies assignable by en- 
dorsement without perminsioD of tbe Company 
Sbitreholiers per«onally responsible lor engagements 
of "he Ompany. 

DirtctoTiandSt'KkhoUXeri,Htrerencet in New Tork 

A«i« f'lrk. city. 

•lames Brown, K.S'i., I'luncan. Sherman A: Co., 

Frunci-i Cotteuei , Fwiq., Hex. T. Stewart * Co., 
Henry Griunell, E>q., innnetl, Minturn ^ Co , 

Allre«i Pell, i>ji(i , t I, S A .Stewart, 

aImx. Hnmillon, Jr., Esq. | '. W. & J. T. M.ioie &Co., 
E. M. Archibald, Bsq., ' > Appletuu&Co. 
And others . I 



Done on tbe shortes noT]e»— ana . n goo and neat 

style, 

joh:? thorworth. 

gl P:,..|. rw- 7 l«fi1_1»^7 Iv. 

on. AND I. A MRS. 



PRICES OK 

Ca bon Oil R.educed ! 



We are selliqj CABiiUN OIL 

For 45 Cents per Gallon. 

Ol r best HFTY CENTS (H-r gallon. 

Limph cheaper than ever. Nice Marble base Lamps 
from 75 csnts up. and handlei I.snios (or 85 cents. 

E. & II y BELL, 

K»Hr Wl.i>l.jw House, Third -treet. 



S'. Pan!, Aprils >i, 1862. 



am 6 



THE BEST OF THE SEASON. 



I ItaTe jost raoairad by Barbark's Express » very 
^sp'.aDdid 

BALMORAL BOOT ! 

Also a rary fine 

Donble Sole Lusting Gaiter. 

And som- more CJiildr^L'- best BALMORAL?. Tb«» 
Goods iuast b« s«en to be appreciated. 

Samuel Kilpatrick. 

Opposite tbe Litemational Botal. 
luarlS-dtf 

eagle works 

manufacturinct company 




Superior Carlion Oil 

On consignment, for saU at 

40 CENTS PER OALLON. 
NICOLS & DEAN, 



f.-b8 



DO VOC WANT 

STEAM ENGINES OR B0ILER5 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
P^TEJS'T eUGMB ca.\*K »niLL», 

PATENT STEAM COIL ETiPOBATORS 

PATENT STAMP MILl 8i 
ton 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send fiir Circulars, with eats and daacriptioos, 
Priocs. Ac. Al-o, 

Saw Mills, Flouring Mills 

AND MACaiNKRr OF ALL DEJ^CRIITION, 
T'W nnmemus to mentirn. 

CHIOAOO, ... ILLIVOIS. 

P W. GATES, President. 
''■ B A«"«nta wanted e'ervwh"'* m-T-<"^wv 

Merchants' Dispatch 
Fast Freiglnt Line, 

Owned and m-mtged by the 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 



49* All overcharges settled by J. C- fc H. C. Bu> 
bank fc Co., Agents. 

New York office, IX Murray street 
Boston office, 69 Washtngtoa street. 
inHrC6:dly 



X B. bradi:n, 

WBOLtSALI A'>t> RtTAIL DKALVX tX 

OIL,! OIJ-,! OIJ_! I Iron, Nails, Steel, 



SEEDS AT WAR PRIDES! 

SEEDS FRKE i3Y MAIL. 



Kep2B 



THO.MPSOS' BROTHER •-, 
Agents for ?t. Paul and viiicinity. 



rmi o .»>' pum^^'tts te p.aTitoJVs. 



Uaving engve^l my services to the Messrs. JO. 4 
fl C. Burhank k C' , rn n r Lev»eand.«ibley stree's, 
I m»y be foiind in the Wiio esile Grocery Depart a i nt, 
whe.t- it wi 1 ull'ird m pleasure to see my old cus- 
tomers oDce ni lie. 

We shiU have a large and well selected .otook i^f 
goo'Is, usually kept in ou- lin», on hand, wh'ch I re- 
-p ctluUv ask you to rxuran- b'-f ta purchising else 
• here. I hope to merit fur i he house a poriinn at 
leiHt of that pat'ona.{e yuu hive heielofore so lit>er- 
ally b»'Stu.ved upon me 

mil 9 A r.. LA^PESTKUR. 



mpoH SH.1WI.S, II K Ij.t I JS'K S, 

■M- Prints, Slieeting-i. Bieache.1 and Br iwu MnAlini., 
Tickings, Flannels, Gloves, Hosiery, Woolen \arn, 
Hatinets, Cassimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, Xc, 
&.:. , &o. 

Oo t-j the One Price Cheap Cash Store of 

H K.ViX TAYI/iR 

rio»7 ''Iv Tlilrfl -'trHHl <t Pwiil. Miin 

ERNEST ALBRICmT, 

HAJiprACTUKCS ASTD DIAUIK III 

F U f: S OF ALL KINDS, 

Third Street three doors below Day h Jenks' Drug 
PU.re, 3t. Paul. 

Base Qstaotlv on hand and makes to order ROBF.S 
IN EVKRy^TVl.E, C ats Mittens, Gloves, CoUsrs, 
Cnj>es,Oaps Micaisins, and in short, everything ap- 
pertaining to a Fur Store. 

All work warranted, and sold at the lowest nrioes 
for ea^h . 

Ht»h*«t each price nsid for Fnrs nov^4-14ni 



l: 



^STJiBijMSllBB I8lt0. 



8 . T . SUIT'S 
KENTUCKY PREMIUM 

Salt River Bourbon. 

I S54 



S. T. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
8.\LT RIVER HOURUON. 



WISCOASIN NURJsERIES 



s. 



T. SUIT'S KENTUCKY U56 
SALT RIVER BOURHON. 



THE ABOVE IF BURNEL 

IS GENUINE. 



NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEALERS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS. AXES. SPRINGS. AXLES, AN- 

VILS, VICES. BELLOWS, THLM- 

BLE SKEINS, UOKSE NAILS, 

AXD 

HEAVY IlAnOVVARE GE:«ER.\LL.T. 

MBBER AND LE-iTHEK BELTI>6, 

QRINDSTOSEJ, PITTSBURGH COAL, /tc. 

THIRD S1R-.m, . . 8T. PAUL, MINN. 

t^SlGS OF rsiK ANVIL.-iA 



All w'ao wish to buy seeds shonld e\ll at 

ri/B A.*#.Vr PJICL SRBII STORK, 

OppoMte the Paea office, and adjoining the Bridge 
W" are now i-eiiiii< off our n- w < rep of 8eed><at much 
lowtr (.rices gei.t a ly llii.n the same can bo h<dat 
b^stern stores. Many of the secrts we "ffer st three 
C- nts per paper csnnot be hiid elrewb re for less than 
ten cents, and some retail at twentvflve cents ea^h. 



PRICES PER POUND. 

per lb. 

1 arge Vellnw Onion $1 (0 

' arne R-d O I' n 75 

BeetH— Early Bl od I'uruio 75 

'• 1* h'te !*us;Hr 6> 

'• Mhd^ Id VVeitzcl ... , 5 

Ix>ng (Grange Carrot 75 

WuU Baga €0 

Flat Turnip ♦>!■ 

Extra Early Iniplie" <10 

Same at whole'<aIe very low. 



Iflichigan Central Railroad 



ISCl. 



SEEDS BY THE QUART. 

per qf. 

Be\ni'—E»rlv Yellow Six Weeks 15 

" Kariyrhiua 15 

•' Fiirly V.il ntine 16 

Peas — '•"arly I'aniel 0'Kourke,2)i feet 26 

'• Tom Thi.nib. or Dwarf, 8 inches 40 

" Ctiampiiin ol England, very rich, medium 

early. 3>i feet 20 

'• Lai-ife MarrowUt, lite 15 

Sweet ' orn 16 



S'armers and C.ardciiri'sur ibe Xortliiveat 

We call your attention to this N'ur-ery. the stock 
■which embraces everything in the Nursery line. Lo- 
cated on the h'lrh open prairie, the trees all grow 
•with 8HOKT, SroCKY BnDIK-'— set twice or ihree 
times over in the nursery Owing to the perfect har- 
4ine>'a of d-i trees, ka., the Stock ia well adnp'.ed to 
the to I and cUmate of 

TMF: NORTHWEST. 

Please call and examine or send tor catalogu* price 
bat. Orders so':icit.«d early, as those lirst reeved 
Will Arst b« ailed. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

General >?o-thwe<tem .Asent. 



A I) D R E S S 

S. T. SUIT, 
Salt River Distilleries, 

KEN T IJ C K Y . 

Ws have the above celebrated Whisky for stle. 

BE^UMO.VT & GCrtDO.N', Wholesale Grocers- 
FTNOK * PHEtJB.^LO, 

J. C. PvAGUt-T S O)., " " 

W. W WEBB, *' " 

WM. LitP. " " 

BARTLETT PREPIJCY, " " 

• plIS ■•» H Vi>«I\ •' " 

K F iVt O V ^ iT". 



•Aireo's for Herring & Co.'s celebrate<4 fIKE 
PRi.i.F ^SAFES feb7-dly 

RUDOLPlT^SCHCENEMANN, ~ 

WATCH MAKER 

3rd St., nrar Ilobert, !>$aiiit Paul, 91liin, 

Galvanizing in gold and silver neatly done to or- 
per. A goix] ais' rtment ot watches and clocks always 
on hand. Rapairing neatly done and warrante ' tor 
OTie TPftr. H**.S Iv 

l^AFAYETTB, MINiVESOTA. 
FREE HOMES TO SETTLERS. 



SEED.S IN PAPERS. 

Papers that nsnaliy retsil at live cents each. ... 8 

S.ime, ass<irte(i by the h'ln r^d 2 50 

" ' ' th'u.n' -zo 00 

i^^Subscribers to " Farmer K Gardener," 2>i cents. 

SEEDS BY MAIL, POSTAGE PAID. 

All kinds sent by mail at 3 c"s. i er p^per. 

Forty kind, flower Seeds, our choi :e, for $1.00 

S»ed< by the pouud, sime price, r.s above, with 15c. 
added. 

pHper-i of Corn, "ear s and Peis, if ordered by mail, 
will contain ab ■ t half the iisnal amount — ordinary 
paper, lull amount. 

SEED.S FREE. 

A'f suhKcribers to the ■' F.irrai r and Gardener," for 
a yeiir. are entitled to five papers T lose who p'y 
$1.00 it our I ffics, or remi' the same to ns by mail, 
iuste<d ol p y ng to ageois. may se ect tej pipers 
fr'ra our list of Garden or Flower See<)s 

E>lit rsol this State miy dra* on us f>r ten papers. 

A list ot seeds, with desc-iption, ni'de of culture, 
&e.. will be I unl in the '■ Farmer and liardrner" for 
J.tnuary, February aud March 



GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 

To New York, New Euglaud aad the 
Caaadds. 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov 3d, 1581, trains leave 
th* tirea' Central (Juioa D*pot,foot ot liake street, as 

fo lows : 

G.OO a. lit. — Daily Express (eTcept Sunday) arrives 
.it I etroil H p. .M., Su>ipeiioioii Bridge 
at 4 06 A M., /»;btny 4:15 a. M , .Vew 
9:60 P M.. Boston li:?0 s H 

0.30 p. III.— ''•ighl Exprei-? (< X'-ept rfitunlay). ar- 

liVf at Detroit ai fK)5 a. m .Siisp-n- 

!<ion Bri'tire 6:25. Alnany 6:16 a m.. 

N'ew Y^irk 1 a , B.l^ti>u ■i:::0 P M 

Cinci'^nati trains, vis M. U. Railroad, leave Chicago 

at 6 A *, hi' tra n ; 8:li0 e m Fas" Kxpie s ; nrrivf 

in Chic»i{ ' at 7:00 A. M. Fast Express, an.l 11 p M 

Night SI.iil Train. 

The8::jC p » trtin leaving Chicago runs through 
to tHnyinnati without chantte of earn or biggsge. 

8Al.l!!iBl?KY'S PATEXT OtSTEUS 

Are Run on Day Express Trails. 

Patent Sleeping Cari^ on Night Trains. 
49~Bagxase Checked Through. 'C* 

4E^ Thr' I ugli tickets forsaW in all Prmcica- K;<iiii>ad 
O'lice- ID til" Wn^t, at tbe General Ofiice, corner Lake 
an.l Da > •;!) •ilrt-e's, (under the Trfcji.out House,) 
Ctiicatro, and at the I>epot. 

R. N. RIOE, Oeneral Superintendent. 

J tt s'vlTTfT. Western t'tniafineor Aeenl. mvT 

Si:WlNG MACIIINKS. 



THE BEST QUALITY OF 

CARBON St. KEROSENE OIL 

FOR SALE BY 

UPHAM & HOLMES 

AT 

Thirty-five cts. per Gallon. 

maiPd*w:y 
POLLOCK, IIO.WI l.ns.Vtt K tHHIK.\ 

DCAl.KKt< !.'« 

Cliiiia, (slass anil Crockei*> 

P 1. A T E D WARE 
A R B a X OIL AND L A .M P S 
LOOKING OLA^SBS, 

I. W.*RE, PLAl.S, P1.A.VISHED A.SD JaPANKED 

Table Cutlery. 

'otistanlly on hand the most cmuplete asaortmeot o' 

HOUSE FURNI.SIllNG GOODS 

To he lound in the city. 
R03ERT !<TRf^CT, ST. P tCL, WIVN. 

Sftl't'i 'l^*lv 

FURNITURE! 



HARDWARE, PITTJBrRGH 'OAL, AQRiCCLTCB- 
AL IMPLI^.MEN'TS, &c. 

Keeps constantly on hand all g'^od^inhislineincludinf 

KtiiaiMg-lon . Hlfo If Kunedea Bar Iron, 

Sheet Iron, Plow i'teel, tiast. German and Blister 
Steel, >piii gs, Aries and oher Carnage Trim- 
ming- .^uelf Hardware, A:c — ^^ in- 
dow uliss, >'a"h. Doors and 
Blind-*, Rock Island Clipper and 

S<%INT PAL'L OLIPPEK PLOWS, 

All of the best nuslity, w*rrao'«'l Ui g ve s-ati 'action. 
all of which will b« sold at the very lowest urioaa 
for eaah. 
War-house on T lird between Minnesota snH f'wlar 

.atpa^tq *r •»« ,1, \t nn, r* ' 0^- 

ro TH1'> I'KOFUl t-TOit.- OF 

BILLIARD_ ROOMS. 

SrntI to Bfndqtinrlfr* anil Sart from Ptt* 

lo Ten Iter ttiil. and errl n U*lter .ir- 

tlclt vl o'ljflhlu/r III ihf Hiiliard 

Lint yuu may teantm 



I have removed the stock of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac, 

as-ivned to me by E. W. 1, wis, from No. 4 I-ambert's 
Block, Th rd -treet, to the gto e on Taird street lor- 
merly oooupied by 

J . W . PRINCE, 

Offlee In S«w*Qf Maohioa Depot opposite Taompson Ijqnor Dealer, opposite Wra J Snith & Co '« boot 



Bros. Bank, Th id street, St. Paul. 
feh4-1*wly 



WOOD YARD, 

CORNER OF JACKSON AND NINTU ST8. 

DRY WOOD ooQ.Untly on hand an 1 delivered hj 
Aov part of the city. Orders left at the vsrl, with 



and shoe store, and shall be glad to furnish the p«o 
pie with Drugs, Medicioes \c., 

JT OR BKLOW COST, 

nntil the whole «txick is diNpcised of 

i»ri*'^'f. f". OitAVT I.PWfv:. »«,!pp,Hi. 

FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASU ! 



A liEW oases of Men's, Boys' and Tonth's BOOTS 
Mr Terry at the Po^t Office or at aitaer ot the Ano- I Also CIRCULAR SAWS of Welch A Orifllth'j make- 
tion R.«)njs, prompUy attand«l to j ^es ^om 60 to 6e incMa. 

—iTO-aBw OBO. 0. BIARBOCK. I niM4jto Ik B. EDGISlaR. 



rw^BK pnopRiiiToas op iBft 

M. u.wn of LAFAYETTE on tke Red Uiocr d the 
Nnrth. will roakf liberal conations if lots to all per- 
sons who will settle upon and improve the same.— 
This town is situated 40 miles below Ft. Aber .-rombto, 
and 180 miles above Pembina and directly offotile Ote 
moniK 0/ Ike Gkefenne Kivr ; is the centre o' one o( 
the richest valleys and best agricultural regi<,cs m the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood as 1 water 
and Hie country around it has been recently -urveyed 
and IS now open lo settle^oent. The town farkt the 
kead of navigeUxon on the Red River of the North, 
and is easily accessible — the line of stages :rom 8t. 
Paul t I Pembina, passing there semi-weekly. .No por- 
tion ol the great west ofTers gr«ater indacements to 

-ttlers. 

For in fcnuation addross JOH\ R IRVINE, Eb4{ 
^aint ''•«'l Mirn»«nt» '/» l.»r»l» 

GIESMAN & SAUER, 

SADDLES, 



FRUIT TREE.S, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Gooscb-'rrie', Ra^ip^ierries. Strawberries, 
Khubrb, Asparagus Roots, Everereeus, Rose-i, D*h- 
lins. Peoni is, and al^ kinds of Greenhouse and tf-rden 
lants, R" low as at any respousib.e Nursery in Wu- 
conrin or New York. 
A Idress 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or leave orders with Messrs. Fairchild & Pea«e atonr 
W'eqnsrters. apr1?:d.%w'm 




MaMTvaonntns or 



HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

COLLARS^ 

BLANKETS. TRUNKS. WHIPS, Ac, 4a. 

Next door tc Thompson Broe. Bank, Sd fct, , St. PaoL 

4a^!^pah-ing «f all kinds done nn short notlaa. 

«^AI work made at this shop ia cf ttia T«ry kaa 

BMrtwtal aai ta ». lairf 



Notice to Creditors 

or iHi 

Miiiiiesota State University. 



The Sta'e Legislature, at its late session, aathorii°d 
the Reg-nts of the Minne.sota ?tate Coivcrslty to at- 
tempt a compromise oi the indebtedness of that cot- 
poration by tbe conveyance of lands granted by Ooit 
gresa or its b neCt. 

All persons having claims of any kind against tha 
Coiversity willp'ease communicite them mmediaiely 
inwnliuif to the undetsgned, stating the cb'-rieter 
of the claims, their aaio'jnt, how secured, and every, 
tb'n; calculst'd to facilita'.e such an adjustment as 
ia propi>8ed. 

Per order of the Board of Pegants. 

DRUH THOMAS, Secretary. 
8t. AntVonr. Aoril ?. !'«'. •" ": '<» 

TEETH ON VUI.CA.NI1TE. 

Wp O H STRKJ\'OTB, 

■K. beauty, comfort and cleantinerS, 
unsurpassed. 

Gkll and sae epaaiSMtna at the oSee of 

DR. SI40NT(>If, 

MtU ly locaraoU'a BlMk, Bridga a^uar*. 




*••*««• 



* K lyiJW .W.f CIIIJS'B!*, 

Best la use, 
aawLT improved. 
at New York 
prices. Fron. 
}4f> to SlOO— 
treisrht aOded — 
luslructioas giv- 
en, maehinee pat 
'.E order, and all 
sixes of needed. 



Ff.rsalehy R. T. HOI.TERFK'FF, 

Eighth street, w Blocks east of International Ho^el 

:^l. Psiil- ..,:tli>.6iii 



.iP. W. NICHOLS. 
General Insurance Ag^eut. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Issued on tavorable terms, in the most reliable Com* 
laniea. 

OFFICE AT QBOROE LIITLVS BOOK STORE, 
i*r,^h^y Th'r1 "treel 8" Ps'it V-nn. 

mm M z, L i jy B it f .a .v u 

DRESS MAKING- 
MRS. R. IT. HAYNES, 

Having had a \na% and extensive experience in Milli- 
nery an<l Dress Haking, calls 'he attention of the ladies 
iif St- Paul and vciuity,to her riwrn in Watson's 
^ia*rd Dg Ho'ise, on Rotjert street, betw^eo Fourth 
and Fifth t'e^ts. where she ha^ cotnmineni^ed 

BON.VET. DRESS, AND CIX)AK MAKING, 

!u all their variud forms and fa.hions, and solieits a 
ithareof 'he pub ic patronage. 

She will cui patterns to tit 'he form lor Basqaes nr 
Dresses— aKo mske to order silk or velvet 

BONNETS or H A T 8 , 

In tbe most approved styles. 
All w irk warranted to give satisfaction. dac2?tf. 

FURS ! FURSl FURS! 
C. J. KOVITZ, 

Mannfactni'Ci' of Fiuc Fni^s, 

ALL n«SCRtFT10ire A."»D BVtKT STTLB, 

gd MTIi,KKB, Ouaasrt tiall Block , Bi\ PA.VL. 



.JOMN PRIMROSE, 

Maoutactarer and Dsalsr lo 
CMBIJy'JST JMJS-n CBJIB 

P^URNIT URE, 

OF EVERY VA SIBTT. 

Eeeps con.s'uintly on band a oom,>!ete aasortmant of 

Parlor, 

Chamber, 

Dining Room 
FUR?iHI UE 

Of all Stylti and of ^uyerior Worlf 

Htannhlp, 

.Vost of my Funiitu'e is of my own m.ann&etnre, 
made of tlioroiighlv sess"ne i miterial and equal to 
the 'lesi there is m>iile in ' lie U. ." A 

As a n mble sixuen'^e is alwa' s b-*tter 'han a slr>w 
-hilling, I am determined to se I a very 'iiibt shade 
■sbovi c-.sl. Everjb -Iv is reside •.tin Uy invit«d to give 
me a call before pu' chasing 

49-ResCEM3>R THEPI.ACi;: Ptoue Building— 
riiirl ^tri.-'t — ab-'W ibe Bridge, lit. Paul, Main 
j*u2ldly 



llaving received the Kole agency of this Stats for 
the sale <if 

PHE' AN k aiLLENDF't'S CELEBRATED BIL! lARD 

TtBLKS, 
With combination C!i«hior., I take this method to fn- 
lorm yn th"" I sni now prepared t-i fum'-h Billi«rd 
Rooms wit!i T ibles and Fx'uressi New York .ric.-s, 
fregh' added P^rs'-ns de irin,; 'O purchase will be 
urui>h«d tiy mail with a list of i r ch» 
. I am pr^ptrfd to refurnish and lit up tables witb 
new CI dhs. B ills and Cue* ; aod al«o on »hort n -tics, 
to go to any part ol th» Male to fit >ip Room', Ta 
bles aad Fixiures. Ni-w Cu-hian-, C «<■-. Ksll". Cue 
Mps. Ao kept coDstantIv on ban', bills re-turned 
and colored. Please andre..; your orders to 

H. «. BKOU'X, JR., 

Metropol lan ti.ii<, Urid|(p cqu^ie. ;«l. I'anl. 
ap-"*- 4m 

lo02 SPRING TRADE. loOS 



WEBER. WILLIAMS HALE, 



33 



JOBBERS, 

M.JKB STBKKT^ CHICtOB^ 



Leitker <Sc I'indings, 

SADDLERY HARDWARE AND TOOLS 
LEATHER BE LTINO. 



KESSLER & RIEHL, 

TANNERS and CDRRIERS, 

Raep constantly on hand, th* lArgwt aad 
Mo«t Complete St«ck of 

Ii«ather aad Findings, Saddlary Bardwiura 

and Tools, 

Leather Belting, Enamelad lloths, and LmUmt, 

*«., Ate, kt\., lie., 
All 3f whie'< they ar« now offwrlnf at prioas ta 

Suit tbe Times. 
PARTICVLAR AlTEiniOS PAID TO ORDKK& 
4^0tah paid for Btdce and Tvn.Jtt 
ir. ^__ 

m*inlvit. — tl.L T/i t CO r.V T/tB' 

w • -.isr-ied no •« of '.he rarri«r« Bank, I'lOatad at 
Gtrden 0>ty, Bl j • Karth county, M n-»e«nta, must be 
presented at the UBoe of the » id>'0 o' the SUte ol 
MinBe>o« at -"*t. HjmiI, ■ ith n »wo years from the 
date of this notios, a» t-e sec ri -as deposited with 
him for, the redemption of sa-d notes will at 'b-^t fme 
be given up lo he owaer or o«>Der» •' said •i'-k M 
nordinif lo the Binklng l*w o' tba Stot« of Minae- 
•oaa. 

t)at«d Apll 17. 1»«0. 

•Hgaad. m.I)[AWi\ 

I •iirTwSy, 



Are now reelvlog the LARTTST and BEST ASS1FT- 
BD STOCK to be found Wrst of Sew York, c^mpria. 
ing many new styles of 

HATS, CAI>S, 

STRAW GOODS, 

PAR.iSOfS, UM=?RELLAS, and PALM LE\F0OftD3, 
inelndtng 800 I dofn SKARER H'XJD-t -all of whi«b 
will be offdred at EASTERN PRI'JEIS, for cash or ap- 
proved short credit. 

CASH AND SHORT TIME BUYERS 

Prom all sections of the West are especiailv invttad 
to «La<aine our stO'-k befor>< bating elsesbvre. 

ORIIP.as SOLICITIMI, 

To wh'ch pronpt personal attention wiL be given aad 
satisfaction giisran*»e^. 

WtBKR, WILLIAMS k YALE. 
marl :'?•" 

M1LL:s dL ARMOtK, 

Commission Mercliants 

Red Waraboasc, foot of Bast WaUr it. , 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Fun B. Miua. Pnup 0. AUMcm. 



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Thompaon Bros., Bankers ; Terap'a k Baaaprs ; 
E. 4c B. Y. Ball. 
Biarl&dSm __^__^.^ 

Tobacco 

CIGARS, PIPES, SNUFF, &o. 



r. W. TUOHELT. Third Street, naat di^ir to 
Oomb's Bo<'k Store, Wholesal« <and Retail Deii'^r ia 
Tobaceo, Oiirars, fcc. Is just rec.» >!• e his fall and 
winter "tock, and is prepared to fill ordair fj any ai- 
taat, foi 

PiJVB tJHPORTBn ciajiRa, 

Missouri, Virjtinia and RMtncky Smoking and Obew- < 

iagTobaooo Fioa Cut Chewing, snperior to any ti 
tbaeity. 

8WVnTBRI\R ROOT PIPK8, 

a taifa aesortmeoi . These pipes *re all tbe go now. 

^ F. W. TUCBFLT, -jr 

Tbird street, next door to Oomb's Book Sti-ra Ti. 

at P aul. Nov 17. nnvl7dly. 

.¥■ .«. Pttfrn a.i.w ^TTon.y'K %'tt 

•^» CorX^KLLOR AT LAW. Pmetioes in all rtie '• 

Courts of this 8tat« aad in the Unite 1 iSutes Dif-triot 
Court. 

Office iu UeOlunit's Pboenix Block, «nmer ef ThM . 
and Wabasbaw streets,. n. PauLMinnese's. . U<« 

All buvhxas left witb S» vill receive prompt •■* 
peaial aueatlaa. ••Q d«al^ 



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FrRniKR PARTICULARS. 



»wiH ili4 Stilii'aakfa Sentinel. 

A. I.. Aii.lnws. vSc-ilor of the Sixteenth, 
arrive.l iit Madi.^on iVum l^ittsbur^' land- 
inir, liavinir lilt thereon Frid.iy"ev(ninjf 
hsi. IK' h!i.n.e. n at St Louis, ami le- 
liirn.'.l to Pitibburu; Luidioir about nine 
odurk on the m<iriiiiii,' iho battle commen- 
ced aiv I vva^ r.irin-. I'lio M.idisoii ^ot-nW 
d. rives tiie fulloving parumlars (mm liim 
With reUrtMHTio tlio VViccon^n troops: 

Liiuienant Colonel Faiiclnid was wour.d- 
ed :.t about nine o'cio.k in -lie mornin?. 
II WHS broualu to tbe Landm.: about liie 
timo Mr. Andrews arriv.d. Ho was it-en 
full of eour.iirc> and eliivlly solicMous 'o;- tbe 
c 'iidn.-t of hi-i m. n. to the men who 
bMisjlit bim in he said : • Now. b y», go 
bark ami ei»e the le^^'U hvl\." 

I'he SJ..\te n;li aiui Ei^'i.teenth r'i,'i;n nts 
w. rei.:lifn. Prentiss" iltvisj'n. unlwtre 
itKa ujwil tin- pr.v.'u^ nififlit iib lit Ijur 
niies sonthueM oi P t;-bur^' Landimr. a 
piL-ka 'n.-ist ig of e.tnpuiiis li. <>' and D 
o'_'beSi.\\Hnth. und. r co:nmand of Ltu'. 
Co'o.iei FairvhiM, was in advance abcut a 
mil • and a ha't ov two miles bejond Tney 
were altaekcd very carl-, in the 
and m tde a ga lunl"«tao 



St. Paul, Sbakopep, CarTcr and Chaska 
KXFKKSS PACKKT. 



The KASr »u.I LIGHT DRAUGHT Bte.^mtr 
CLARA HIMv, 

Will n,..ke vJaily trips (StimUy fxc--pte«l) b«tw*en St. 
Pm.l ..u.lCiirvrr, t,.ucbiDg at » i intermediate Unci, 
ings VVi;l arrive »t St. Paul .vt 9>, ..cUhjK-, A M, 
»a' irme ilieU»\»T lo\e»i,t tn.. o'clock, 1' M ,aiU 
tliM upper Un.liug lit 2»i r. M. 

IVi-^fngers traveling by th.s b w. irill be iu time to 
iftUe the n'ornitig pad rts tor poinU Jown the river 

^'» '■•nl. April ■2\ . ts.i2. «TT---flm 

g£ A -V « I- o « ,. AjTa ^ ., .. , 

FASIIIONAULt: ILVIR DRESSER.S 

Oppoite the American H<m*, Thii.l street, St. Paul. 

WiUS. TOrPEES & LADIES' (m.VAUK.VTAL IIAIR 
•• -very <!e^cription alw.^ys od hanj and ma i« to 
»r Ixr ou ihrt «!iorteHt Dotrce. f.W dftni 



THE SAINT PAUL PR KSS. WEDNESDAT, 
TAX SALES^ 



APRIL 23, 18G2. 




ST. J.OIJIS 



1J%- 



COUNTY 

w>r< 1859, 18 
KON DU LAC TOWNSHIP. 



De intinent for Uxe. f„r thn^year . 1859, 18»<. ..ud 1S6'; 



TAX SALES. 



CARP RIVER TOWNSHIP— (Coiitinue<1.) 



w ht of u w qr and n 
ne^r 

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Ur. 



leavinii 
baek to 



inoininsr, 
, ,- n ftsrainst superior 

number-". Lieut. Col. Faircbiid. 
I'ipt vSaxe in eommand. hurried 
the main body "( the rtgituei.t to prepan- 
'Ii.-m :or ihe onset of the enemy. It was in 
thu ti--f colli^i..!) thai Capt. Saxe was kill- 
« . T e ti l.t<0)n bectint'geier.il. 

it «tt^ liariii!; the Inrcnoon of Sunday 
thit the Six eenfh and Eis,'liticuih .«uff r<-d 
m .^t The g-cat .los (.f t'le Kigbiepnih 
was in p-is.D r-!. Their li.st of ki 1-d and 
wo i;i i. d wil n t muL-h exce.d th it ol the 
Sixtiiiitn. .Mr .-in Irt-wg attributes great 
c.-.d t t ) Adj Sibin. of the Si.xte.ntli, in 
.■^avtu- i»y his jndici":is manag inent, nlur 
the U.'IoDfl and L'eiit.tiant tJoljiiei were 
wonri ltd, ii;at re-^iment Irom .-^harin:? the 
'a;e o\ i le Ki^hieentn, in losing a larne por 
Ton of th.ir men in pri'^oners. Boiii Mai 
Reyn Id-i jud Wj ita- 1 Sabin behaved ;.'al- 
Itnt'v. and th • ox^*r:e.icv of tiie latter, who 
wa^ with the Fust II gim -nt m|I ln«t S'tai 
m-r. wa-» ..t g .at value He was uniuirt 
bu: ran a narro^v ehaiie*'. having his aword 
be t eii i 1 tw 1 by a bulict 

Tne Fourteeu'h Regiment ua=i at S»- 
V innah on .Sunday, and took no part in 
the h St day'.s H-ht On M ,nd.iy morn'n- 
they wi-re in thu th.ckest of the G^hT 
Lieut. Co!. Me-sm ae's wjun 1 is in "the 

*'■'" i '^ ''*■* ^^^ ^'-''"^■f Adjutant who was 
kilk-d— robably Lieu enaat Ed vard C le- 
m.n, u( Fond da Lac. well known here 
ha/mg b'ea the euro! io^ clerk of tiie 
be.iite Winter before list. 

Mr Andrews is unible to ad I much to 
the in'i.rmatioi) alre.dy reeeived bv tele- 
g>-af)h in i\-\ iti . i to die kiiied and wounded. 
Ill • oIloHing is the ony additional name, 
^'ven u- Corp)ral B.ihc,,.k, of C .. IJ 
Killed— Mr. B was f„ men V a resident oi 
Albion la this oo.iniy ; L ear. U G Pur 
iia n Co I. bully wounded ; Lieut. Vail 
ot thesaiu'compinv. killed; Lieut. Ho> 
vev " •• 



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W..nHre.,>ec:'.iIIy in'orratl,eT rl\ 'lion U and cu.s- 
^.:,i.r« th.^t • aviai i.nrcliasej the lmero»t of Mr 
H'...>n,e auh. B-.tou M^t M«rk-., lUet wil. always 
bj^ •., hiad -o inrnisi, n. ,;,, Cut. o evt-rvihing um,. 
•ll.y fo a 1 .a a hr.t cla-K m-at murket, anl al a» low 
' ■"'"•d api:lin 



I rue as tl,.. t.|,,rkeT 



G-odey for May 



AT 



M KRRILL'S 



Mi^itu -co It iisu Lj It UK J. v« jna. 

1 aixi 2, in kitt.« ; .Scled H«rriae, .ill iu 
ton i.w\ at I. IV, hirures, at 



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' 1 ction of Birds rind AnuuHlv 
ompriiuif nr:trly all the Birds of .Miun- 

• IU a H.i.nmiu< Bird to an Aa^\v, . .,, ^ , .^ 
at my M..s-am, corner ;,f Waabin-iou ami 

,; 'p'^V- ^V'«'"'<'i"-^ Bai'Jing. Adlaitlat^ 
M 'aut., tiiildr.-a 5 c-'ut.s. 

N. B.-All kiudi ol Bird.* for sale an ' stuff^nl by 

H. •OI'OnhK 



dall, m 'It- 
N'«* Vork. 
and recordea on tiie 
nso, .it nil., o'clock P. ,M 



a,.pr..;7.t ''''''" '"''''^'" '"« ''"nd.tlui.^ ol 

^1 n-ot^JT, ' "^ °' ■"•T K^««. ^i- tl'» non-i,.^ime.U 
•Jt o-o. «y3 thereiQ seca.-ed ;o be paid, made an ex.- 
ruuUby«,lli»mH.Kaalall an!- E:iz.beth C. rIu 
'Ul,. J i< w.fe, oiort^'agor,, of the city of .-^aiat PhuI 
Kim^ev c.:nty, Munesofa, to .r.d.a .'<a 
<.<S^, of th'5 city, county and Sta'e of 
da eC Ju(ie24ih, A. O , 185 

;.'oth day of June, A (. , 1^5.. ^ .. ,.,^„ ^_ 

•d lh.it day. m the oflice of th« Ke«i..ter of Deeds ol 
Um-^yc unty, Vi.,- e-ota, in B.„ k G of M. rt™ 
..page 415. Sc. S .id mi- tga^e wa.s giv.n to !^Xe' 

a.^a^l'T"/ "^T ""° '''''' "'ou^and d.i lars («100,- 
W; and iut..re>t, as specided iu ni.ie certai;, pron,., 
s>ry tio-es mad^ hy the said vv.u. H. Rnnd.!! an, 
.'.--.anos even die with sa.d m...-tga<e, and tb»re ii 
■U n>.d to be due and piyabln .t u.e^d t" o thi" to 
t.ce, M .rch llrb, 18n.!, on ,aid mort.tase the -. m f 
MX y seven tho-.s.ud one hundr-d ana tghty .u. io 
■arsand lor. y one- ce.:ts («67,181 41), no par' o, 
tl.e .sa d mortgage deht harm- been paid. ^ 

llie prenim a are de.scnbed lu .viid loorteaee &a 
ollows.towit: All those tracts or p.ar.eU ..Man" 
!^.'"!f"."'!f'°/.:" ""• <--"aDty of Kam.sey, Territory 

itersec- 



lots 2, 3 .. 

1 I* 4 and 6 

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a hi and ne qr of aw qr nee 4, lot 1 

« haf of .<w qr.. 

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lot and ne qr „f ne qr.'sec aud'lot'i" ' 
»e qr 

OXEOTA TOWN.SIIIP 
lots 

In 2 >ec4, and ue qr of neqr' *.*.'.. . 

^e qr ot ne qr 

II* qr !li .'.' 

lot 1 ami Keqr «if ceq'r.! !!.'..'. 

lOt 2and e hi of sw qr .'..". 

p<rt of beqr... '.'.'/. 

»e<)rofswMc6and e'hi'of nw"qr 

part of fe qr 

nvr qr ..f H* qr, hcc 8, nw "qr Line qV ".' ' ' 

neqrotseqr , . 

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n ht ' f »<r qr ana riw qr of se qr* ... .. 

R hf of ow qr. .<iee 7 and nw qr 

lot ne qr. lot 6 nw qr ard ueqr of ne or' ' 

lot 1 . 8\T qr if nw qr 

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whfofseqr 

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se qr .'..'".' 

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se qr 

w hfof se qr and .se qr of ne or 

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nw qr of uw qr sec 14, ne qr of ne qr ' ' 
sw qr of nw q • sec 14 and fe qr ol ►ear" 
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e hi of nw qr 

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Joseph I. Beaumont, 

(arcCMBOB TO WUDHOirr A 0«Kf>«Kj 

GROCER 



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CORNER THIRD & JACKSON STS. 
>pr9:d&v.2 w^^ ST. PAUL. 

f6r~ saLe^ 

A HNE NKW BUGGY, 

ONE HOBSK WAGO.V 



186S. 



186S. i '^^W GROCERV HOUSE IN ST. PAUL 



THE NORTHERN LINE 1862 spring trade 



FOB 



KEOKUK DAVENPORT. DUBUQUE, , 
ST. PAUL AND STILJ>WATKR. 



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NICtn.S & l>K.\!V. 



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The Mica Chimneys 

Will not break. Sole agents for St. Paul 



On the op»niuj( of navigation 
IHK NORTHERN LlNIi PACKKT)!! 

Will resume tbtir legular trips to Vt. Paul and inter- 
mediate ports, 

LEAVING ST. LOUIS 

Every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturdi 
mugs ai 4 o'clock. 
In 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO., 

WHOLESALE GJtOCERS 



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MT < K TOWN L.OTS 

^cTtv-si!!.'*"', u"" "'** "^ ''°"'' -Jo I-^cSt ].oula 
JsJ^) aVMs;;:' "'"•"''">"'. ^r the tax o, A.D. IW^ 

From lot 22 to ISO on First street. 
J ro.u ot 21 to ISO on .«e.„Dd Ktreet. 

J,r.ml.u21,oU0onThirdMr..et 
»rom ot -.1 to uo on F.iurtb street. 
Trim ot -.118 1,0 on Filth ►treet 
>rom .it2ltoi8i)onSxh«.reet.' 
Krom lot Vl to 180 on .-eventh .r.et. 

J.ron, .„ 2, ,o IS.) on Hsbth Htreet. 

fZ ,-I.'"^J^""•"'■"*'""r««t• 
^rom ot<4tol Oonlta>ca street. 

From otf,8 to 1*0 on Ciss street. 
From ot 101 to UQ on Huron street. 
From ot lOJ to ISO on Erie ntreet 
From ot 109 to 1 on Pemhioa gtrePt 
I;romlo,l,9tol80onO„,«r:uatrm 
*rom lot 1-2 to 174 on Winuipee street 
From loi 1 to ICO on Water Ztet! 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO UTti^MUOJTJtlUJV, UOTh:L JJVU 
fiT^aoK fROPHiKTOIt.S, M.MVMi- 

Just receired, a new supply of " so ohim.xbt " 
BUBNKRS, KuiUble for hnrninif 

CARBOX OIL IN LANTERNS. 

They are a ^reat saving of expense, and give twice 
ibe amount of light that the old oil lamp* give. 
E. & H. Y. BELL, 
Nea' Winciow Hnuae. 



THE NORTHERN LINE PACKET COMPY 

Wi I also run to Dubu 
t-taving- A I, 



St Paul. March 5. 



que a line of packets, 
'oM(» every Monday, Wed- 
»e,day and iriday at 4 o^ctock, P.M. 

Thus making a da ly hue as far a^ Dubuque. ' 
The Packets wi'l leav. from Ihe Northern Line Whar' 
i»o«t, at the looi ol Washington ™venue. 

THOMAS B. RHODES, 

Prehident. 

Bonip & C'hamplin, 

"'^'*-^"» Agents. St. Paul. 



APIS, mn 

LIQUORS, CIGARS, &.C. 
JACKSON ST.(bet. Levee ATbird)ST. PACL 



^ 



o 



c 



K 



fo,«"oi''V'' ^^T}^ ^'""°' ">'» t^» partnership hereto- 
foie existing hetw..en the -ubscrib^r. under the sfv?- 

l^e^n't""*"^""^ " ^'"^ daydtsio-verby'-ut^l 
iiated'st. Paul, March 27, 1S6::! 

.lOhlV B. SANBOKN, 
C LUND, 
rm of 8 inborn & Lund 



~ , . CriARl R'-^ 

The buHioess of the late fir 






diate pavni 
St. Psul, 
marOPrHw 



nient 

March 27, ISW. 



Cff^S. C. T.n^D. 



WHOLIBALl IlJtALKR IS ! 

Foreign Wines & Liquors, j 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKEV. j 

^ AA'JJ MOSIUHAL MALI WJilSKKT. \ 

: v} >^'"',^'"* ^*'^3 'ipreision prevails ihat pure ■ 

I ^t I ful "^r'r ♦ ^'""'^^ '='°"°' "^ obtained^ 1 
lr\\l.<, J '^'-l' to "i^ure Ihe citizens «nd oth 
that hey can aalely relv upon jr-ttinir t,"!^ ' 
! unadulterated Wines. Brxudie. »nrf oi' .li"'*' 



ines, Brsndieg and Gin from me' 
equal to an.v importe<!. "iromme, 

'W. W. 1¥EBB. 

Also, London Porter, Ifcotch Ale, Scotch Whiske 



.* .'»' 



Ji 



U 



84 
.^4 

26 
..^5 



(M..* .<tate) of \l,n e.sota, be-.inning at the i:, 

ly .ilon< Jackson str.el to the Miss ssippi ri^.^r- then ' 



vey. (,'o^ O., wounded in the hind. 

The First V7:s,-,.n.iti was n it in the ac- 
tio I. as .4as betrn reported io some of the 
Ul pitehs. 

Lieutenant Cdon I Faircbiid wa-i .«truck 
in th- t^igh n-;ir iis juncture with the body 
by .1 bull -t, while on h )r9eback. The b.ili 
made I de. p ;vouiid, pa.ss mr in an upward 
dir.vtP.n an 1 lodginiT. Ir. vva.. nut certai. 
t:i It aay traeture ot tbe b >ne was susMia-d 
II w.is eheerlul, th -u^h at times suff-rin ' 
Kever-p.in. .Mr. An Irew.s sp-nl twoni.'hrs 
wi'ti linn 111 takiii? ca-e of him. His wo"^ind 
se.m .1 to h^ d.,in- weii.and uo inflamma- 
tion h id appeared. 

OoL .lilen Kin w )iind.'d in the Inft arm 
_theballstr,kin,ra liuie below the elbow' 
liithe flsliy part of the limb, citiine a 
deep and ugly, but n -t dangerom, eash di- 
ag .iia ly aer...s5 it. o • t, 

Mr. Andre .v.s l.i.it most of his stores 
th-enriny nk n,' possession of th-in He' 
^ays we w.re pr.tty badly whipp.d the 
hi->td,!y, and mi :ht have ^een n-.rly anx 
nihilated if the enemy hal tak-n ful! ad- 
▼ Ullage of thfir upportunitv. They all .w- 
e 1 It ti. piM^, and were soundlv Hoaxed and 
roaiel tiienxt dty. " 

TDe following is an e\(rut from a letter, 
wri;t-ntohiswife, iiy Maj.r Tom R y> 
nold.. ol the Sixtfinth, which we take from 
the Joufnal: 

Oir los^ (the re?impnt) in killed and 
w lund d, will, I ,ear e.tceed two hnndred 
i^•>t a private in the ranks left his post 
uniilorlered to do so. Colonel Fairehild 
acred oo-ry and bravcJv. I^ j, ». ,„„jj 
f'fficer I trust in Oud he will soon be 
ab e to re..ume hi3 p ..sr. I was in command 
tro a iw^Kv oc.'oek on Sunday till Monday 
t'ight. 1 ii^ nbels took po^?ty»i. .n of cverv 
t ...I- w.. had in our nn-.s I h^ive only 
tht- . lotne* JHi whi^-h I had on at the com 
meicm-nt..! .Iv fight. Michael Ryan i? 
Par-— h>' k->!.t clo-e tu tne. 

/rn- r.b- .s tr'ated . iir sick and wounded 
Willi great tenderness I am gUd to have 
this to rci'-'id 




DtJLUTa TOWN-'niP. 



lot I 

0' 'K <'f i-w qr '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.." 

u hi of nw qr and w ill o'f'ne qri.'l 



9 60 



.•^8 
.5*2 



Delin 



qnent in the town site of Rice's Pr.!ni a» i 



D. 



, on First street. 



■qr. 



,, . . . ; •■ina the following, a rart of lot 

- X, ^v^innm? at the nora.west corn;r of said I . 

•t? H ons the«outh line of Bench street e?,tth-' 
tv fe-t toeuce .south on a line par.llel with the e s 
l.ue of lot numbor five to Water steet; th" aVe ,:„ 
'iloo.r he nor.h line of Water street tbir"v fe^t an, 
m [""'r"' V '*;' «^'- •.'''•'»« '''ong the east linrt 
-ot t.. Bench street s.xty tour feet more or les., 
and on to^ east by the «e-t line of Jobn PaindaTl 
.Nd also the one undivided h*If part of block thir' 
lunin, at a p .int at which .-^t. Charles and 



2 
28 
31 
15 

3 



iw qr. 



said 

and 



no, Deg , „. _ p .,„i ,,1 woicn ^t. (Jliarlea and 

-^euc'i streets inersect thence we.sterly alone ^bf 
nor b line of Bench street one huodre.f aKxt^ ^^ 
et o lot namt^.- turee, thence alon? the east line oi 
OtH .hree and t>vo one hamired and thirty ei.-ht tee 
hence eas- thirty h-et, thence north ten feet, IhCc; 
in an easterly direction H ry Bve feet to the pouT 
*esr corner of land convened by F .s oeie to A Wi i- 
kin la trust on the 29th of March, 1851, thence eghv 
est almff the north I,ne of i-aid land to St. cSZ 
s ree . thence south .Hong ,he west line of S Cha lo 

lie n R ' ry^ "'"^ '-"''y '^"'^ '«-t to the nort,i 
line o Bench strea to the place f beginning; and al. 
*1 lauds situate between St Charles and Jackso 
s'r.ets west of the and of .lohn Randall, convey^, 



uw q 

'■•» qr 

I" qr 

s hf of nw qr and n hfof 

se qr 

^ 

-»■ qr 

lot i '.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

hfol lie qr, sw qr ofue qr, e hf of n 

nw qr ot ne qr .« 

w hf .,1 .sa qr a,,,, g,, „f „J ••.•■• • • 

"Tt nw r* ^' '^' "" '^' "^ "' *"■ "'^ ^'^'' 

uod hnoi.'i;2^nd"nw"qr'o"f"o;'q;'and""se ^ 
qofnwqr 

l"l -i and sw qr ' 

'"■ qr (f se qr and ne qr 

ujid hf of w bf of se qr and se'qr 'ofs'e q"r: 

n I ht w hi of se qr and s« qr ot ne qr 

w hi ol fw qr kec b, and w hf of nw nr" ' 

neqrof ueqr sec 7 and nw qr 

uoo hi lot 1 

and hfia 1...." .'..'.".".'." .'.".■ ;.■;;;; 

nw qr. 

e hfof sw qr ..........'. 

whiofswqr 

s« qi see 2, tie q^, Veoi 'an'd'ne 'or.' 

ne qr ^ 

e hi of (. 



13 
14 

13 



From 



4 
4 

5 
5 
5 



street, thence alr-c,r 
east ten feet, thence 



SOP 

by H^ Jackson to ^d^^ele o^^Vl^e S^'^^ J^S 
ly, ISty.^nd aUo the one uodivuled h'ilf p.rcol blocl 
number thirty one and Ste.d^'s division oMo fif>e^, 
"eguming at a point at which the east Hue of s' 
Clurles street intersects Bench . ■" ui ;ii 

tiie west line ot Bench .street 
s.ve„ and one half degrees west'eight7sixIiaks"to a 

one hal dejrrees we-t ninety one linkii to a' bas.sw.,o< 
nump heoce in a direct line to the point of ^te sec 
u,nof..ck.son and Third streets untd .t nUr-ects 
^^.^.'itl'A't^^V ">''?«*'''*'=> "'-^^Tth, side ol si: 

nit 
, , - f -icKson to said .Steele on f 

rs nay of Januay. IsoO, all of sa,d lands being in 
.>t. faul proper; and a'.so the east half o the south 

out'i- 
enty- 



nw qr. 
sw qr. 



■qr.. 



w h' cl HW qr.. . 
«e qr 

nw q' 



. 8 

. 1 
. 1 
. 1 

. 3 
. 8 
. 
.10 
. 1 
11 
.12 
.13 



50 1! 



£0 14 



ftiarles street to the place of h ginuinir containi, 
all the and conveyed _i.y Jackson ?o "afd^.^tLTeon 'he 

ing in 
east q-arter, and the norihwe.stqua"rter"ofTh'e soutV 
turL^"".':L".'.v:"''.lil°"'"''«^ ">^«« ■•" "^C'ion twenl; 
three 
and ei 

lots ei^u. »u,i nine in oiock sixteen mSt. Paul proper 
The said mortgajfe. and .be de.t therehy secu^el" 

rv c.i^ n Tt^^'' '^^ "'''^ •'"'•" «*"''«" t" «^"' 

■m tlieBth .'ay or Oerob-r, A. f>. 185T 




I'.t3 and w ut of sw qr and ne'qr'of sw qr 13 

whtofneqrandueqrofnwqrand .e or 
ol nw q' ^ 

w hTol se qrand e ht o' sw qr 

« hi of nw qr s- c 14 e hf of ne q'r" ' ' 

whfofswqrsec 14 and e hi of -e qr 

* 1:1 of se qrand w hfof neqr 

w tf of neqrof seqi- 

se qr < f ge q - ' _' ' ' 

nw qr "' 

se q r 

ne qr '.*.' 

■< qr !...."..'.'."..'.'; 

n 111 ff whfol se qr- 

ne qr of oe qr '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'" 

e hf of se qr of seqr < f se qr ... . '.' 



14 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.16 
.16 
.16 
.17 
.17 
.18 
.19 
.0 
.'.0 
...'20 



Frr m I, t 144 to 34 i, also 41 100 acre* 

3:p "?■■•'■- --»«"^ 

*rom ot 3, to -JO i. on .-ixth »f. 
i-rom ot 295 to 40G on Seventh st. 
lT->mlot40i to4aionEiguihst. 

LIST OF LOTS 
Ddinquent in P. rtland town sit-, in the vilWe of 
Daluih, ■n;Sai:u Louis county .-.tate o" Vn,. , 
fT the tax ot A I). 1859. ISt'd alTd 1861?"""'""^''' ' 
n lot 1 to _74 incIusiTe en East Greenlee street. 
- } ,„ i* ' « i-st (rreeniee '• 

1 o,4 . u East Austin 

1 to ^4 " 

1 to 74 ' • 
1 to 74 " 
1 to 74 " 
1 to 74 " 
1 to 74 «» 
1 to 74 " < 
1 to 74 <• 
1 lo74 «' 
1 to 74 «« 
1 to 74 «« I 

1 to 74 <' 1 

2 74 

1 lo 73 " < 

1 to 74 «• « 

1 to 6) << < 

1 to 74 " o 

1 to %; '• c 

1 to 74 «< « 

1 to 13 «' i 
i to ',4 " » 

2 to 74 " ' 
iO to 74 " '. 
3« to 74 '« .. 
62 to 74 " « 



An edurate<l gentleman from Boston, Mass de 
sires work. He will be glad of a cl-rk.ship in a Store 
or Hotel; or will accept any position where the brain 
IS not overtasked and the body may have heaHhy ex- 
erci-e. Undoubted re'erenoes. Address, for' on- 
month, CLARE.VCB BUTLER, Daily P. e^s Office, St. 
Paul. 
— «pr2 

Wholesale D«kier in Imported and DomMtic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Third Street, Betwe-n Jaekson and Robon Htrw'ta 
t. Paul, ifinnesota. 



CO., 



I 



Cotistantly on hand a fnU sarpl/ of 

DOLTBLK RECTIFIED, 



KING & 

FRESH MEATS, POULTRY & GAME 

of all kinds and in any quantity 

Persons wishing CHOICE LOTS cf the best kind, 

»nd at the lowest pric*. r»n always find everything' 
in the Fresh Meat Une at 

KING & C O. • 8 

Well known ^to'e on Waba«haw atieet, near Firth. 
Those who like good liHng should give us a call, a* 

we al«-v.j|^««n^^^„;p„ ,„, „^ ,,,^^ f«h9 flly 



West Austin 


.. 1 


East McAdaais •• 1 


West %fc.* lam 


H'« 


Kh.sI Johoso 1 


l( 


West .loliDson 


ti 


ha-t lirew 


t< 


West Drew 


(« 


Eiist Di k 


(( 


Wf-Kt lack 


(4 


East Perry 


« 


West Perry 


tl 


E*gt cm ton 


<> 


West Cliftr.n 


t< 


East Chestnut 


• < 


West Chestnut 


It 


EsstCn dwell 


II 


West Cddwell 


II 


Fast Newton 


II 


West Newton 


• 1 


East Albert 


II 


West Albert 


II 


(lark 


• > 


CaiLon 


<l 


Post 
Foster 


X 1 



AKD 



OLD RYE & BOURBON WHISKEYS 

niay8.6J 



DUNDAS MILLS- 
CELEBRATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 

For Sale in bbU. or sacks by 
E. * H. Y. Be'l, near the Winslow House ; ?. K Pu'- 
nam, corner 3d and Market St,.; Beaumont & Gor- 
doQ. corner 3d and Jackson Sts. ; J. B. Slichter. cor- 
ner of 7th and Tackson 8ta. 

Warranted the best XX Family Flour offered in thU 
mar^ et. Orders from Hotels, Bakers and others shaU 
have prompt attention and Immediate:, delivery. 



J. B. SLICHTER, 

Having elTectedan arrangement with Messrs COOLET 

TOWERS CO. would he happy to see and serv,Ui.' 
friends in h!.s new position. 

^«'"t P«nl. M.rph 6 18^2 
~ ^ n"T?1y 

SOOtKXTOUKK * ro..s. 



wT^s^; 




.ifABLE 



^ pice;alM> Nutmegs. 01. ves ^s^.f T''* ^ 

^reamTaru.r R.bb li's J.iVr.'i.r^^e ^c ai ''**'• 

rooLEvjrowtii 4 co.».s 



rate* 



OF. NEW YORK. 



maris. 



J S. APiHIBALO 




serari'd, 



A Mlmficknt pKE-Evr rR0.u CoMMo- 

DORB \ A.NDKKUU.T -(J„m. Vaodepbilt has 

Jn.de .Mr. Li ,eoln a |ire,sent of his .st.amer 
\'ai!.!eri.,'t. no.v hj ,,r at H imptnn R lad.s, 

a.dha..,ff.redto.s,!ll;isne.Ub^st8tea.ner 
to the G-v. rnment. iron-cLid, at a price to 
b;' ii.ve I by Its; ,,wn appraisers. In con- 
si LriTioaur ihis gnnerosi-y of Cmmodor.. 
> atidirbilt hH wi!li;,gness to car.\ the 
nnik ;.nil h..s contra, I with the Overlan.l 
Mad tmpatiy to <arry ...wspap. rs. the 
l..infer.iu-,. Lo.nmiitee on the Post Oflice 
Aipropniuion bill struck out the sect on 
requi wvi ocean steamers to carry the 
m ii'-< under pinaltics. and the bill wa.s n.s... 
ed in thLs .chap-^. The b H as r-as^ed an- 
pr .(iriat- {5j,).000 innead of S25,000 for 
carrying the mails between S..n Franci 
and Cr scent C ty. 



said mortga-e sn f the debt 
• r „ ' "*'* <'"'y assigned bv ili« a ii 

H-ory Cig^ill a„1 .I,.ha kandalf ,o Alexlnder W 
Sradiord. ot , he c.ty, county and >uie ol N.^r Y ,k 
-h,ch »u.d last lueu-ioned assignment wa^. nfv're' 
c r.e 1 on the ISth day of Jnnuary, .4 1). 1858 at' 

^^^^^^^:^^ :- S 

a s,m com^neuced oy ,be s«i.| Alexander W.^B-aK 

e ol 
sa d 

above ■escribed , or so'm uch tirewf M^s'bifM 
h- -.ece.ssary. will be s«dd at public vendue. ^„ the 



of that day, m ...^ 
Is of sOI llsmsey county 
loriv!^ige«, on pa^es 696 and 696. ' 



and ^crded with said m.rrtg.ger'.nT rn7urs"ur 
the statute n such ca>e made and provided the f 
n"rt,agew,ll he foreclosed, and the slid n'mrtL 
p.en.ise, above .-escribed, or go much thereof as^si 
h- -.ece.ssary. will be s«dd at public vendue ^„ ta, 
highest bi.i er for cash, at the front door of t'beCour 
H ..se, m the city ot .^aint Paul, in said Ramre, 

Click, A M. of ihat day, to sal -fv an.l no- t*.^ 
n unt whch shall th.n ^b; due andV^i^^i /«^d 
or.g .ge d.bt and |..?.,1 exoense.s of sul« ^ ""^ 



,_, ,- , ., ?»1 exoense.s of sale 

iMled St. Paul, Via ch U'h, 18'i2. 

AL' X vNDi:.R'w. BRAOFORD 

Sp^^.^C.KvxH.Attorneys.orA^^I;:::'^:- 



*-• fic 

county. 



■ct Court, Second Judical District. Ram'ty 



Lv".n;.^'-':;.r»c;-"--:;^;J^ 
Thi;u^:::::^^z^,:T:^-^^''-o.:;:u;'s 

trie t-enle.hd.y of .'cMnb-r A ? l^fio *„ "" 

Tevin; iD.n ririge Oiv so ithPB.t qu.rir ( sATr 
.-caon-hat. f i.r .;<4; in Mwn-h^p t. Utv „,i^,2 f 
DO t . . f -nge tw. n y ■ -,. ( :2, „„ t all in the county 
«f <i m-ey and .s,at- f «,„.,e<..tii. which mor'g^' 
w.s . J e . to .ecur th- psyment of a cerUin note f.,r 
rir l.undre.lan.lM^v-D .toilarM($:ll) and interest 
^evea dale therewith. anH .hre is now clalmld to 
iHduKanI isdueih-reon. f • ir hun-lr-d ...nd geveniv 
MX and 76 '00 U.IUrs ($47. 7.i). and no s" t orTro' 

n rei' h. 1 ^T" '"■"'"'-'> "• r-cover the debt 
• c reil hv sai.j niort see, nor «nv part thsre. f and 
no .an . f ,.id debt has been paid : ' 

/* -w then f.).,n aire 

'« U' 



Ira Bi, wen airainst Flizaheth C Rindall, John Ran- 



swqrofseqrand whfof se qrofse qr of 

se qr and ue qr of se qr of se qr . . . fo 

w hf oi se qr ot gwqr ""'0 

" hfofseqr ofsw qr and iie'qr'of whf "of" 
sw qr.. . 1 . "1 

°« 1^ il 

''« qr of 

iwqrofseqr *„ 

nwqr :4 

f" qr it 

i'>t3 .:...:.".":"".f2 

n hfof neqr ..., 

"W qrand ^ hfof n"w"q"r oo 

lots 1, 2wfc23and lot I...'. ." 

oeqrofiwqrandnw qr of ne qr !!!."" " '-^7 
' hi ofnw qr xnd w hfof sw qrand 1- t 6 "7 
lois 2 anil 3 and se qr ol nw qr . . 
shfofswqr 

-half of neqr and seqr...'. 

ne qr.... _■_" 

n* qr .'.*.]."'. 

SB q.- ".'.!".*!.' 

HW qr .'.'.'.'.*.'.'.'* 

n.- qr..,. •-.. 

nw q.- 

nw qr ■'..'.'.'.'.'..'.".'.'. 

neqr •'.'".*.*.".'.'.'.,*! 

sw qr '.'..'.'. 

ne qr '...!"..!". 

un.i hi of ne qr..!....'..'.'..".'". |.' 

und 13 acres of ne qr .'.'.'. '.'.'.' 

un.l 13 acre* of ne qr. .. .'.'."."..'.".'.'.'" * 

und !6 acros of ne qr '.'".".*.'.'.'.'.'." " 

n bfofnwqr 

und 52 acre, ot neqr.. 

"nd ta le-lOO^crsH ■ f neqr'.".'.* 

n hf of sw qr and s hf of nw qr" and iot"6' " 

w qr of »». qr ' 

parts ol lots -^,3, 4, seij 34.. 

part ol lot 4, sec 4 . 

parts of lots 2, 3 . 4 , see kli', "pan of" iot" s". ." 

1 lo •...., 

oart of lot 1 on Minnesota p"t 

•eqr ■ 

nwqr ' 

nw qr !."!.".! 

ne qr of ne qi" '.. 

se q r .".'.". 

n hf of n w qr and se qr of n w qr ," 
w hi ofn w qrand neqr of nw qr."..'. .."'. 



.CO 60 14 



CaRP river TOWNSHIP, 
qr... . , .'. [[[[ 



...23 .. 




..••8 .. 




..29 .. 




..29 .. 




-.23 ,. 




--29 .. 




- .. 




...0 .. 




. 31 .. 




..31 .. 




..32 .. 




.-32 .. 




..•''3 .. 




..83 .. 




..33 .. 




.33 .. 




..S3 .. 




.33 .. 




.33 .. 




8 




S3 60 


14 


.31 .. 




4 49 


14 


.34 60 


14 


-34 .. 




. 4 49 


14 


.21 61 


13 


-32 .. 




.33 .. 




.33 .. 




.33 .. 




.34 .. 




■ 4 .. 





6--f;:n"KtrVet; ''*■'■' "" «-""'- *^^«*' "^ 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 
Dalinqurnt in the village or (Upper) DuIutM Faint 

"'''"' foT^' ^'*'« "' Minnes. ta, for taxes far thl 
jear.« 1?59 1S60 iin.i 1861 ^'^^ 

Fr.)m lot 1 to lot 300 ioclu^i"ve on Lake Avenue 

From ol 1 to Jot 302 inclcMve on Minaes .u A;enue 

TrZ U ; V-^ ""' f^ ""='"" ^' «" ==' louis Avenue 
t rom lot 262 to .0 > inclusive on Lake Shore Avenue. 

LlaT OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in thevilage of (Lowei) Duluth. Saint 

lsT9:;86nd?i.v.^^" ''''^''■*''' ^- •»-'" »- A.T.: 

F om lor. 1 ,0 lot 4C0 inclusive on Lake Avenue 
From lot 1 to lot 41,0 inclu.siye on Minnesota Avenue 
From lot 1 to loi 400 incKsive en M. Louis Avenu" 

LIT OF BLOCKS AND PIER BLOCKS 
Delinquwt in the village of Oneota,St. Lo«J^ county 
State of Minnesou, for taxes. A. u. 1860 and I8tl 
Blocks 1, 2, 2H. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10 U. 1 




9.,J<,9?,,94, 95, 96 

Pf,''i'''i i'"."*'" „H*' '"• Atlantic. Boston, New York 
Phihdelph.a, P.t.sbu-g, Onurio, Erie, Kt MtrV's' 
.-^nperior, Mirquette. Oregon, Pacflc and Puget. 

CARLTON COUNIY. 



DBSCRIPTIOJt. 



ilal , Eis 
Birifinan, 



S .m.„o„s for'^Ke,-:" "^^'""^ "'"' ''''° « »^°«''°- 



The >ate of Minn-sots to 
ants. 
V 



the above named defend- 




<• -mil' int nn »►,„ . '"^J of your an-wer to the said 
.1 1|| int on the si.b^ nber, at las office in .<t Paul 

..»d-j ..?,", „"';si;iS "* "■"•' '" '" "li" " 

Date'l February 7, 1862 
_maK^flw NEWELL. PlaiutllPs Atfy. 



-S^OF KAMSt^YlIs.-''"'*^***^^ COrWTK 



ded, the a- *"«"''•< 'O such ca e marie anrt oroT-i 




IX DISTRICT COURT, SECOND DISTRICT 

Adam Sachs, 
ajra n-t 
Gottfried Heimbach. 

The Slate of Minnesota to Cnttrri^i tr.. t ■ . 
fendant above named : *'""tried Heimbuch de- 



..} 



.paui,M,„n:vv;„-;?^;-||— «. 

WM r„a, Tac«;;rAt't!!.nevr'"' ''^''^''^■ 
»pl9.6w ' *'»""'*y t'^T mortga^;. 



THE FRAME WARE-HOUsE, 

Oo th- corner of Sihl.y and Levee street., except the 
one third thereof, now occupied by L B. Ik c G ■ 
Enquire of OLIVER D tLRYMPLR, 

kjilO'.lfli BunlMiiiMr Block, Third str^t 



You are hereby summoned and required to 
the complaint . f the plaintiff which is!!!, «, 
nfflco ol the Clerk of sai i Court 
county of Rsmsey, an I to serve a 



- - answer 

hich IS on file in the 

t i=r. Paul, in esil 




against yon for the sum of one hundred and fifty d.d 
i:"> *!•*' >ntere-t as follows: On $100 Irom AnJl 



20th^857.up to f 'ctober lst,1^5S.arrh e'^iffeoft" oa^nd 
one half per ce It. per month m SMd one hund ed 
dollars, from October Ist, 1858. at seven per cent ner 
• nnum ; on $50 at the rate of two and one half n-r 
c-nt. per month from th- Isf day of January 1867 
1st, IS-M and on said $60 from said' 



up to .lannar 
Jan 



ann 



Tr^'l'h '****'' '»"^ "*• Of •'•'•'° P^r cent, per 
urn, beside, e .sts and disbursements ot suit. 

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■ots 4, 6, 6. 7, sec 8. Iota 5 6, 7 and 8 

lots 1.2. 3 

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lot 1 an<l nw qr of nw qr "" 

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iots6aiid 6 ;. 

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15 
ie 



For Ten Days Longer ! 

The balance of the stock is selling 

WITHOUT RESERVE 

At Auction Prices. 
The greatest bargains are being given. 
«r-^tore and Dwelling House f >r rent low. 

»0. SCOTT, 

apr11:2w _.. . ^ 

• Third st reet. 

^#* s 0i.vTiojy r of r ^aa tj^mbsump 

Notice is hereby given that the partnership hereto- 
fore existing between the subscribers known as the 
6rm or VROMAN & CROCKETT, is this day dissolved 
by mutual con.«ent. 

H. K. VROMAN, 
N. CROCKETT. 

■n e business will be carried on at the old sfnd by 

N. CRfJCKETT. 
Minne apMis. Marrh f^th. 1S62. aprl2-tmv2 

BYERS &o POLLOCK 

MANDFACTURER3 AND DEALERS 
Mh Copper, SheeUlron, and Tin Ware, 

Opposite the Big CTock, 



CA.'^H CAPITAL. 
NETT SUHPLU.S. 



.$100,000 
. 129,000 



DlVIDENt« OV CAPiTAl LIMITED BY ITS CHAR 

TKK TO 7 PER CKNT PRR CEMT PE« aNMM 

-THE ENTIRE PROFITS GO Tfi THE 

POLICY HOI DKK.^. 

Tl;is Sifi.>ty was organinK! it. Ihe year 1850, T»it' a 

cash ca,.i.,.i ,.f $ioo,COO deposited irrevocably with 

the Insurance Department of the State of New York 

in U.S. bonds, on which it allows but 7 per cent per 

snnom tc the Mockbolders, and the entire proflts o. 

the business is shared by the policy holders The 

nett proflts in two year» anaunte to $129 000, which 

show, an unparalleled ^uco-ss in the history of Life 

Insurance. Its operations are managed by a Board 

of Directors composed of t,e ablest business men oi 

the country and its business is conducte-l entirely oe 

the c.sh plan. Uivi-Jends to the policv hoMers win 

be m«de every five years, and no Cmpsny in the 

country offers equal advanf, ges to its dealers 

WM. 
Hsysy B Hvdk V. Ires I 



boxes family . lo. sale at low ra'es by 
_____rqOLE VT<»^VEK & CO. 

Wm. Illingworth, 

WATCH MANUFACTURER 



J 



A»I> 



TOWN 



CLOCK BUILDER. 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK 



C. ALI.XANDFR, Prest. 
Cso W. ran UPS, Actuary 



JACKSOPT ST. 

St Pi.i!. \rivi>mt>or 14. 



1861. 



...87. PAUL 

0OTl4d*wlv 



W W Ki.'^p''!.-,°^''!'*'^'^'''''''''«"k9e,Gen.Ag»nt, 
W. A^.KISG.tstate Agent f< r Minnesota. m. l"y 

JOHN A. STEES^ 
UND ERT AKER 

CORXi-Jii THIRD d: Ml V.yjSOTA SIS. .S7. PAIL. 



Having had over thirty years experience in th. ^l 

.^atch Factories in England and Am^r ca. he feel. 

'iimselfcompetenttodo snything i„ his line a little 

uperior to sny other establishment in the norihweat. 

WN' B. Persons wishitig to perfect themselve, 

in the business will be received under instruction on 

very mo^'.erate terms. Fine work done and Hock snd 

«;*|chWheeUrcuWor the trade at low rate, m,«, 

St. Paul Vinegar W^rks^ 

NO. 4 ISIBLEY STREET." 



..15 
. .24 
-.24 
31 
.31 
.33 
. 34 
.36 
.33 



47 18 



,26 

29 

:0 

31 
2 



LAKE COUNTY. 

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qr 22 

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lot 1 snd n hf ofnw qr "27 

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lot 1 .. 

. . , • 14 

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lots 8 and 4. no 



64 



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64 9 



62 
63 



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...19 
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..31 



JOHN A. STEK5>, 
Furniture tSt Cabiiiit Ware 

Of every Tariety of style and patt»rn. 
Comer 3d and Minnegoia Si,, si. p.^,, 

«»"A11 kinds of Inmber Uken in trade..^^ 
Jian6<Klv. 



FIRST CLASS LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 

Oo Summit Avenue, near St. Paul Female Seminary, 
in the best repsir. Lot fO by 175 feet. Enquire of 
Malib-. trebbft C^^nJToncert Hall. apr18:n.* 

K K G U lTar" 

Minnesota River Packet. 

JwVi*'".^''*'*^*""^*^'*"''^ ROB. 

S1.U1S will run regularly during the 

.,T , "''a'")n ot navigation to New L!m. and 

»il ia'»rm»diste po nts. •"', ana 

ForfrpiKhtor passage apply on ho.rd. 

aprl..3m NEijSiiv ROBRKT^. Master. 

'W9^ "* -^l ^ A I, . 

READY FURNISHED. 

Any person having, or who mar shortly have a 
house a.ready lurnished t-. rent, will please apply to 
FA'BOaiLD k PEASE, who will find them s„ appH- 

CSDt. 

-. . _« prl5-lw 

M. N. KELLOaa. 
Dealer in Fruits, Tovf 

CONFEOTIOXEAty/^tC -^ '» 

MAPLE SUGAR. 

o.«T,.,», **■ '^^ KBLLO6G s 

SWEET CIDER <t CIDER VIXEGAR 

^•^The finest article of ^'"in^ToJbacco and Pega™. 
(rthfi-<!1v 




^olea.y.,at | ,r MvtalUc Sural Ois-s snd Casket. 
janMfcwly 



Superior Writing Fluid 

Has bc^D before the public for three .years, and 



ever u>ed. 



ber- 




" P''«"'"ance-1 EQnAT, if not superior to 
any imported ink. 



^^ir tt^i t^.t it i. v^T r:Kt:2::i^:::!; :: 



ord 

a 



-,,. , , , we have ever as* d 

Thts Ink has been thoron,fi'y tested and is now 

used by Bankers and others th ..ughont tb« country 
For sale liy p. D. MERRILL, tt Paul. 

K^T'cAfT^ will adure.s 

SMITH & BROWNWELL, 

"P''^ Msn.ifactu-ers. Ma- lius, N 



Palmer's Pure V 



iiicffar. 



est'L^n7h»"" "'* """"lion of .11 who are .- 
esled in the manu acture and sale of PUitK Vi- oter- 
^alZr "^^l'' '"'-""'ctared ZZl plte^ ^ -^EGAR 
aimer. We har« „„ hand a better af^ .-t to .lofan 
tti n wasever beforeoff- ei for Ka<« • ■«'- "< Vn-gar 
"liicu we are prepared to s-nd t^ "" """ n.>nhwe«, 
al reasonable r^tes. an^ part 01 theState 

DKALERS 



M. N. KELLOGttX 



J^ 0.t H n g J\- ft U U V HJK 

MRS ELIZA FERGUSON 

Coiner 4i|i «j Wabashaw Si... 

Has acr..mraoda;.ions for a few additional y^ . 
— ^7'- ,., 

J. F. BLODG-F/r^ 

^VntTOB OP ^.VOW \COVJS'T^, 

Will pay taxes for non-resldent,. -^j ,„„„b j^^,. 
matton in relation to Unds in Aa^ka county. 

Any information in relatioti u^ delinquent taxes 
nrmshedJreeot_<.h^r,e_ mar12M tf_ 

FIRST ARRIVAL ~ 

«r 

NEW SPRING aoODS 



^' H. JILUM'S. 

Everything of the most dsfirsble kind in tb, Dr, 
Hn. i„.tr-ceir»1. C.ll %.,.; h,« ^k- '" - . ^ 



cou.vTK'; 

Who do Dot boy .'ir- 

to specify " P»la.- «tly of ds should be p,rU<'ular 

f.^om whole.*,, ar^l.'rs'^rSt'V.lr'"''^*'"^'^-^* 

^'^-I'^'inal. ^^^^^U^^J^^RS 

m all ca.^sa8k r,.r P - LUEKS PURE VINEGAR 

^ AKD TAKS No OTHER 

will use no other. "f'aie. Iry it, and yon 

. FiouiD. B.Reid.M. n. F R S p p ,- .„ 
1st. and author of numeroig -^-- ' ™*= -"•' ^''•■» 



Public Health. 4c. 



works 



on Chemist y, 




_iurch'^'j^.'- "^ '•^" '* ""c-rriVt^jsT' "• 

K C. BELOTE, PropiUlor. 

<^0&ITER Of TBSm ajs'H 
SAINT 



f»b6.<:6Li 



onda 



•^ i 



J%^1MCK rs /tRRKBW GfP'MJV 

!.,».. ''">'^,'^« Whole of the sever il tracts and town 
I!l * containe I, or so much thereof as will 

be nece saryto piythe tai»8 and penal y charged 
thereon, will be sold at the ofllc. of the CouStv 
Treiisurrr. in th* village of DuLntb, ennmy of Saint 
tnl '•!'"lv^"**"' Minnesota, on the first Mondav of 
i^X\'' °- l''''^' »>' »•»• County Tre. surer. unleT. 
such taxM and penalty be paid bef -re that time 

LEWI3 H MKRRKTr, 
jj OoMty Aaditor, St. Loni. •anXf, Ifiu. 



g£oB^.v, M.vj>rn *• tiMM^CHiTa, 

ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

CSnecessors to Horn ft Galusha and Sanborn & Land) 

8a wr Paci, MwirwoiA, 

rI?,':V'",l'!.*',',^*'* ^'""*» of t'^* SUte and in th. 
Court, of the United SUtes, at L*w, in Chancery and 
in Admirslty. 

Oidh'ctioos carefully and BTomptlfattwided to. 
mh29:ly 



'■-«» 



W» invite special attention to our large and com 
pl^i stock of LIQUORS Ai'^D CIUARs, all o' 
which w. wfll F«U under ifuaranty as to qoality and 
at piioM tb»t ar. paid far infu'ior (ood.. 



Wanted to Buy. ~ 

Anv ^..-Tson who WANTS TO KFl i ■ , 

Dry Good, „^ Groceries ^^ f-^ * ""•'l "«<><* of 

-.-«.. »./.r:xriiit:;.— 

R. D., DundM, Minn. 




JACKSON STRXETS 
PAUL, MINN. 



marl «: In, 



C. E. Woolsey^^^^^ 

,YSncoeg»on to L. D. W l«on ) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. «I1 SODTH WATKR ^ . CHICAGO. 
'^t!S:*i?J^^^ ^"^ C0N8iaNM£NTa 



PAIRBAIVKS' 

^ANDARD 

SCALES 



T^ATi3v, ^^ ALL KINDU* 

1" AIRBANKS & GRKKNI.EAF 

173 l.aUeStreeU Chlearo. 

3«Mln Samt Paul, by j. c. * H. C BtTRBANR. 

a20-dly 



Bn 



T only the i«nuine. 



New Military Books, 

Pktton's Mannsl and Form Book-«i ««-a- ,_ 
ralnable book for oflJcers. «<**ajrf ly 

JomiBi's Sciene. of War with W.^. 
trom tbe French by Capt. Mend.li C ^' J'*"*'"*' 

Anny R.^tl««d n. & i„^^^ ^ 



JMtT^Mingrt 



SJBBaixX'Jk 



TERMS CASPI. 

OOOEEY, TOWER jfc co. 

Incite the attention of COUNTRY MKRCHANTS, «»d 
an desiring GOOD GOODS AT LOW PPJCES u, 'ih.fr 

LARGE & WELL ASSORTED STOCK 

To whinh liberal additions will be ««J. .p„„ ^ ~ 

opening of navigation. 

Our connecUoa. with St. LouU ta^d tbe East wtU 
enable ua to 



DUPLICATE ST. LOUIS. CHICAGO OB 
MILWAUKEE PRICES, 

Without, in m^ny cases, adding to cover diflert^oe ^ 
cost of truuicportaiiou. 




1 



^ — ^* «gr/aj»u _£ 



THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



vOLUMi: IL 



ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 24 1862. 



NUMBER 98. 



^[ ^aint 4)aul |)rrss. 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 



TIIK MISSISSIPPI iClVKU KXPtCUinoN 

OrKKATlUNS XT FORT WHIG HI'. 



2 ^ Tins (mper l> is u lari^er Daily, Tri- 
weekly auvl WetiWly ciroulaliou than auy other in 
MlaneKObi, an4 therefore presenla iudnoementit to ail- 
Teititcrs which Uiey will not tluii riaewhere. 



A Heavy Contract on Hand 



>.T. I'ALL. TllLKSUAY. ArRlL 24. 

s^- s /•;/■: FouKTH page. 

0»»r tclcgrauis arc brief. Nuthiiis,' v{ 
aptcial int« iv-st ha« tran.«piied. 

\Vc lave !iail no enstorn mail since Moii- 
ilay. 

A K.IIL KOAD TO LAKK Kl PK< 
UIUU. 

We publi^ili this nior; ins; au ubk- ami e.\- 

Itaustive letter froti) Hon Thomas Claris tm 

thf impoi taiice ol Kniliond couneclion be"* 

twf-'i) the Mi-:iii*?ipiii ar.d Lake Superior. 

OVK KEBKL PKISONEKS. 

V appt.ur;< that since the l<t ot January 
IdjJt, ami without coiiiUlnf^ those captured 
St Pittsburuj landing, we have talsen over 
twenty -one thousand pri-oners from tiic 
rebels", a-! follows : 

Feb. S— lioaaoke Island 2,527 

•• 18— ripriiijitield. Mo 600 

•' 16— Fort Donelson 19,300 

March 6— Pea Ridge 1.600 

•' U— Xcwbern 200 

April 7— Island Xo. 10 6,S00 

Uther places 954 

Total 21,781 

Now, the loss' of those thousands of 
lighting iiitii tf a very severe blow to the 
rebel cau*.-, lor men are vtry hard to get 
for the rebtjl anuy. Dralts and couscrip- 
tions— the ludt resorts for recruiting an 
army — have been lesortod to at the South, 
Aud eveiy me ins is beiug used to reinlone 
Beauregard, at Corintli, and swell the lorces 
under Johnston, at Ycrktown. Ifweehooi^e 
to retain ihcse prisone-? or release them on 
^»ar 'I*, we deprive the .South of many thon- 
■^n^^ of v. teran soldiers uud cripple the 
rtliel tau.-.i- severely. 

MoBE liEVEtoPMg.\Ta. — This war is mak- 
ing t-.\iraordiDary developments. The siege 
tiiHl capture of Foit Pulaski Lave ditnon- 
iiiraiud ti.f ^ivat power of Parrot gl'.n^•. 
The projw!)! < sent out by this formidable 
weap' J peueUiile stone and brick walls, 
ttud carry < vcrythiosc befon- them. This 
war has d<- monsirattd that •' wwden walls' 
niid siorif barricades ,'ire but l)oard partic 
tions wh"n Parrott guns are around. 

I'iiO entire population of the South, 

as s«i down in the census returns, capable 
of be :riii^ arm.*,- including the border Slates 
— !i:iw puitT.iUy redeemed -is only one miN 
\'\nx\ ; and ileducling the border States, 
ihere c'>uld not po^tibly be raised in rebel- 
iion more than 500 00(> or (•.00,000 men. in 
any euiergency. 

TiiK Fire .\t Cooperstow.n. — The Coop- 
erstown Jnurnal est'imates the loss as fol- 
lows : 

Ou buildiugs ^550,000 

Personal property 35,000 

Insured for about 25,000 

Making the loss e.xceed ?f60,000. There 
are thirty-four suflerers. 

—The Rochester Union says : '' It is 
but justioa to (.'apt. Buchanan, the rene- 
gade who commanded the Merrimac, to 
May that he is in no w^ay related to Jas. 
Buchanan, of Wheatlanil, Pa.'" 

TUANSFER.S FICOITI THE VOLUN- 
TEER TO THE KECiCLAK SER- 
VICE. 

.\ j;reat numb-.r of our young m;jn, now 
sewing as commissioned officers in the 
volunteer army, have, through our Rep- 
ttsentativcs in Congrt'S?, been trying to 
accomplish their tr.tnsfer to the regular 
service. The fjllowing correspondence will 
herealter put the matter at rest. .Secretary 
Stanton distinctly states that transfers of 
the kind cannot be made : 

Washuicto.v, April 13. 
///.rt. Edwin il. Stanton, Secretary nf iVar 

.Sir : I have presented, and there are 
iM)w on file, recommendations for conunis- 
fiio 8 in the regular army, in behalf of 
jicveral young soldiers in companies A and 
H, Chicago Light Artillery. I beg to add 
what I have urged in person in their behalf, 
that these applications are in favor of 
young men of the highest personal charac- 
ter, who have seen much hard service. 
Very respectfully, 

ISAAC X. ARXOLl). 

•cOr^ fJtr THK REPLY OF THK SKCaETARY OF 

WAR. 

The mem of the persons for whom this 
application i? made i-! highly appreciated 
by the War Department, and it would afford 
the Seorttary great pleasure to signify his 
admiration ard respect by granting the 
promotion asked, if it could be done with* 
•nut injury to the service. But it has be- 
come an abtolnte rule, essential to the or- 
gai.ization of the army, that promotions in 
the service biiould be made only in the re- 
spective branch. No transfer? can be made 
from the r gular t<> the volunteer service. 
'Vhv application, therefore, cannot be 
>; ranted. 

uSignedj, KDVVIX .M. .STAXTOX, 
Secretary of War. 

— .\ Bt<L>ry of an enterprising newsboy ia 
told by a Detroit paper. He took the tele- 
graph heading of the news of the Tennes- 
see battle, and, at his own expense, had 
fhem telegraphed to Port Huron and the 
various places along the railroad route. On 
the receipt of such news everybody was 
stirred up and eager to gi;t the full parlicu 
liirs. As the evening tiain arrived at the 
various stations he found c.owds anxiously 
awaiting him, and everybody calling for the 
paper*. At Port Huron a meeting was in 
progress at the church, and the choir was 
singing as the whistle sounded the ap- 
proach of the train. The meeting at once 
broke up. the congregation dispersed to 
read the news, and iu a lew moments every 
^per had been disposed ot. 



GEK- BRAGCi !!il Ct'CEDS TO THE 

('o.n.nAM>. 



SiifHal Vijfai' h l„ iht Chkcuio Tribune. 

On- FoBT Pillow, i 
Cairo, April 19, 1SG2. f 

'Ihe enemy's gunboats have laid behind 
(.'raig Head Point for two nighta past, 
f aiiiig an at tempt on our dart to run the 
blockade. 

The lirii'g on both sides on Thursday, 
was very heavy. ihe ftiortars opened at 
noon, tour being in operation. The enemy 
replied immediately and briskly from the 
land batteries, 'browing shell clear over us, 
and nearly across the river to the Tfiinttj- 
see shore. 

riieir firing was very accurate and from 
very heavy guns. 

I ho St. Louis. Carondelet and Cairo, 
stationed as picket stops near the extrem- 
ity of the point, were obliged to luovi.- up 
the river several times to get out of range. 

A skiflF attached to a morlur lafi was 
hit by a shell and dashed to pieces. i'he 
shells flew thick and all about our gun- 
boats, but none were hit. 

On Thursday morning the mortars 
coiumeuced tiring at 8 o'clock, the enemy 
replying inumdiately, and the tire wa.s 
kept up till midnight. 

A rebel shell exploded directly above 
the siern awnings of the St. Loui.s slightly 
injuring on^^ man iu the wrist, auother 
shell struck the broad casemate ot thu 
Cairo, but did no damage. T.e firing 
cea.»ed at midnight. 

Yesterday but little wa.s done except u 
lew shots fired by t!ie mortars. In the 
morning all of the mortars were shif- 
ttd fiom the Arkansas to the Temic^.see 
shore for the greater protection. In their 
past locality Ihey have been in great dan- 
ger from bands of rebel «.couts prowling 
through the woods. These scouts l.ave al 
ready cut the kvi-e in two or three places. 
to embarrass ilie operations of tlie mortars 

Deserters are Oeing rapidly taken both 
from the rebel gu.-.boats and from the bat- 
teries. They suy (hat muriy all the crews 
of the gunboats have been impresseil, and 
so great is the t ar of the officers le.-t they 
desert that they frequently inu.ster tii.m ev 
ery huur in the day. 

The batteries now mount about forty 
very heavy guns. 'I'iiey have sixty rnorc 
gun*, which they arc r.ipidly putting" in po 
sition Wiihin the pa t lew day.s Bi.ig^' 
has arrived, and succeeds Gen. Villipjge, 
hitherto in conimaud. There are ao ut 
6,(J()0 troops there. Boih troops and ^un-; 
are from Pensnoola. 

There are but lour gU!ii)oats in th»' river 
— the Marip;,^a, Macray, Pontcliartrain ami 
Livingston, mouutiig a total of twcnty-four 
guns. The Ivy has gone to New Oiltaiis 
with Hollins on board. The lien. Po;k is 
at .Memphis repairing. Capt. Engee is ac^ 
tinir comnioi]"!!' in lloi in'* abs": ce. 

An indefiendeot company at .Memphis 
has five boats below Fort Pillow, iutentieii 
to grapple on to our fleet and take it donn 
to Dixie. 

There are lour rams at New Orleans, 
among them the Manassas. Active prepa- 
rations are not expected at present. 

Commodore Foote suffers severely Irom 
his woucd received at Doiielso:i. 

FKOm THE TENNESSEE. 

'I'he special correspondent of the Chicago 
Tribune telegraphs Irom Cairo. April 19th. 
as tbllows : 

Wken (ien. Mitchell reached Decatur, in 
his late bridge burning expedition, ho took 
[jossession of the lelegrapii office, and cut 
the wires, leaving Decatur and Corinti; only 
ill communication byjtelegraph. Beuuri gard 
trauamitlfd a message t.i Pre.sident Da- 
vis urgently demanding reinlbrc* ments for 
Corinth, and .saying that otherwise he could 
not hold the position. Of course General 
Mitclif.li promised to send the reinforce- 
ments. 

An important movement has taken place, 
the particirars of whidi I am not allowed 
to give at pnseiil. 

it is sutlicient to say that the movement 
is made ill i.beiliei.ce to orders from the 
mili;ary aullmriti' s here and elsewhere, 
and points to a speedy issue of affairs in 
'I'ennessee. 

A private of an nrtillery company estab- 
lished here wa.s last night killed by a sentry 
on guard near the St. Charles Hotel. Ho 
attemptt'd to thrust hi.* sabre into the body 
of the officer of the guard, and was shot iu 
the mouth, the ball coining out behind the 
ear. 

The river is .*till on the rampage, having 
ri*en five inches during the nii^bt It is 
now within a foot of the top of the levee. 
Intelligtnce from the Tennessee and Wabash 
river says lliit a greater volume of water 
may be expected. Mound City is entirely 
s^ubmfrgtd, tho water runnin;.' into the 
lower storie- of the hospital and private 
dwellings. The Illinois Central Railroad 
has di-continued its trip.* to Cairo, the track 
biing wa.she 1 away Pa*s.ng"rs for Chica- 
go were compelltd to take -teamer lor 
.Mound City, whence tiny were carried in 
scows to the high gioimd in the rear. 

Tlur; is nothing ol great importance 
from Pittsburg. The two armies weie 
nearing each other slowly, and each wailing 
breathlessly for the period when the long 
rull s-linuid announce the leni wal ol battle. 
Lat>^ arrivals from below l).'-ing ime ligence 
of the continued b imbardinent of Fort 
Pillow, participated in liy both the gunboats 
and mortar fleet. The enemy reply vigor 
ously, but doing as yet no dam iizc Their 
guns are evidently wed manned and served. 
There is no expectation of the reduction of 
Fort Pillow at present. The high stage of 
water in the rivers prevent. any co-opera- 
tion on the part of the land lorces for some 
days. 

KIEGE OP lORKTOWN. 

Fortress Moxkok April ID Thirfy- 

uine wounded from Yorktown arrived to- 
day, making ninety wounded in the fight on 
lett flank on Wednesday. Whole number 
was thirty-two killed and ninety wounded. 

In the Norfolk papers, .Magruder's ac- 
count gives 25 rebels killed, including Col. 
McCinney, and To wounded. 

Cannonading is heard towards Yorktown 
but it is an attempt of the enemy to disturb 
our working parti(s. 

With the exception of the affair at the 
rifle pit, Thursday, they got the worst in 
skirmishing. Work progresses rapidly, and 
when the siege begins it will be terrific. 

FROM BUR.NSIDK. 

The steamer Hozes arrived from New*, 
bern tho 18th. Fort Macon is thoroughly 
cut off. It has been ascertain ;d that the 
supply of provisions is short, and no at- 
tempt will be made on the Fort, but we 



I will starve them out. Slight expectations 
etill jiifvail that the rebels misflit attack 
Nenberii. Furlificati ms wer' being buiit 
for protection. Smoke and tiaines are still 
visible from the Norfolk fire. 

The steamer Terry, from NewlK-rn ITth 
and Ilatteras I8th, arrived here. Pour 
companies of the 8th Connecticut had a 
skiimi.sh on the ITih with l.')0 rebels, who 
sortied trom Fort .Macon and drove in our 
pickets. Alter a sharp engagement the 
rebels were driven into the lort. During 
the eni;agem<'i)i the teut fired siventy shuts 
a I the engaged lorces. T.vo of our men 
were wounded. We eiiall open on Fort Ma- 
c>n th" 21^1. with morlar and si ge guns 
The health ot the troops is excM'Hent. 

FUO.n WASHINGTON . 

fi-om th' Chicago Trffiitne 

Washingto!*, April 20. 

Gen. McDowells advance upon Fiel- 
eneksbiirg has .silenced those critics who. in 
another General's interest, have steadily 
abused him, while they were complaining 
of his frequent visits to Washington, he 
was preparing Kr the advance now made. 

Gen. Hitchcock has returned. 

Creditable witucsees report many school 
mistressts and coiuni ju aj^enls at Port 
Royal, unfit for business, (ien. Hunter as 
suni-s the charge and will make radical 
changes. 

The House Foreign Committee are con- 
sidering Sumner's bill establishing diplo- 
matic relations with Hayti and Siberia. 
Crittenden and other members are against 
it. The House are believed to be in its 
favor. It is said Frank Blair will attempt 
to saddle bis Central America. i Coloniza- 
tion scheme upon it 

The bill establishing a Coinage Depai t 
nil nt iu the New York Assay tttice. is 
soon to b<' reported from the House Com 
mittee of Commerce. 

On the report o: the Commissioners on 
army contracL-», who have .saved many hun- 
d-ed thousands by cutting down and annul- 
liniT, pains will be taken to compel con- 
tractors to comply with the strict letter of 
agreement. 

Joshua R. Giddings and family are here. 

.\fter Mayor Btrretl's letter of declina- 
tion was known to be in the Presid-'nt's 
possession, hi* cnufirtnation was still urg.:d, 
Th' Committee on the District have not 
yet taken final action, but thf? inclination of 
members is nnmi*takable. It is said Pet r 
G. Washington will he nominated in his 
place to morrow. He approves of the law. 

(Jolonel Bayard i* to he made a Briga- 
dier Gemrai for services at Fredericksburg. 
Our troops have not yet occupied the 
town, but small parties cross anil recros* 
• he river to it* outskirts, having k'cn warn- 
ed by the loyal residents not to venture too 
far, exc 'r't in force. L >rge bodies of rebels 
have occupied it until recently, when all 
from this, as well as other points in Vir- 
ginia, were sent to Yorktown. 

Five or six of our men were killed in a 
skirmish on Friday. 

The railroad Irom Fredericksburg to 
Aqiiia Creek is in good condition t xcept 
it* two bridges are broken. 

Dr. W. A. Howard has bee-n determined 
upon for Surgeon General. 

S)>eiiril DlijMlih to tif. Chicaijo Tribune. 

Washington, April Vi, 1862, 

Col Morrow, of Gen. Hunter's staff", bear 
er of dispatches, says the fire on Fort Pu- 
laski was terrible. The James and Parrott 
projectiles bored holes through one wall 
and passed through the surroujjdinsrs ol the 
magazine, lodging in the opposite wall 

Gen. Wright, in abandoning Jackson 
ville, Florida, carried away with him 
twelve hundred of Ihe inhabitants, who 
were afraid to be found there by returning 
rebels 

Some Unionists who ventured to remain 
were hung by tlie rebels after the aban- 
donment, several ot them to lamp-posts. 

There are eight thousand loyal blacks 
within Gen. Hunter's lines. Ex Mayor 
Berret has declined to accept the Comnii* 
sionerehip under the bill for emancipation in 
the District of Columbia, to which he was 
appointed without his knowledge by the 
President. In a letter giving his reasons he 
says, disbelieving in the law he cannot coa- 
scieniiously undertake to carry it intoeftect, 
but thanks the President for the confidence 
reposed for the recognition of loyalty im- 
plied. 

Lieut. Guest, cimmanding a division of 
Com. Porter's mortar flotilla, planned to 
run by forts Jackson and St. Philip and de- 
liver fire from points between them and 
New Orleans It is conjectured that the 
rebel report of the passage of a fleet by the 
fort grew out of his carrying out this plan. 

Three quarters of a million free letters 
passed through tho Washington Post Office 
during last quarter. Seventy thousand dol- 
lars worth ot .stamps were sold, and fifty 
thousand paid over to the DeoartmenU 

FROITIGEN. HIJNTER^SCOi^inAND. 



L<K^AL AFFAIRS. 



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CCMMODORE DUPOXT'.S REPORT. 



Washington, April 19. — Col. Morrow, 
late of the .3d Ohio regiment, now attached 
to Gen. Hunter s stall, has arrived, brings 
ing dispatches to the War Department, 
but which, up to 1 o'clock this afternoon 
had not been delivered. He .states that 
among the prisoners taken i- Capt. Simms. 
editor of the Savannah Republican. The 
sword belonging to the latter he has pre- 
sented to Representative Gurley of Ohio. 

The following was received at the Navy 
Department to-day. 

Flag Ship Wabash, Port Rotal Harbor, I 
April 13tb, 1«62. f 

Sir: — The dippatches from the Com- 
manding General of this department to the 
Hon. .Secretary of War, will convey the 
gratifying intelligence of the fall of Fort 
Pulaski. It was purely a military opera- 
tion-i-the result of laboiious and scientific 
preparations, and of consummate skill and 
bravery in execution. It would not have 
pertained to me to address you iu reference 
to this brilliant and successful achieve- 
ment, had not Major General Hun- 
ter, with a generou* spirit, long to be re- 
membered, permitted the Navy to be rep- 
resented in this interesting occasion, by al- 
lowing a detachment of seamen and officers 
from this ship, to serve one of the breaching 
batteries. I have thanked the (ieneral per- 
sonally for this kindness, and desire at the 
same time to express my acknowledgments 
to Brisadier General Benhani and acting 
Brigadier General Gilmore for acts of con- 
sideration shown by tbem to my officers and 
men on the second and important day. 

Respectfnllv your obedient servant, 
S. F. DUPOXT. 
• Flag Officer Commandiog. 

Wounded. — We regret to learn that 
the brave and gallant Grove M. Willis, son 
of G. W. Willis, Esq., of this place, was 
slightly wounded in the battle of Pitts- 
burg. He is in the hospital at Mound City, 
Illinois, doing well. — Chatfield Democrat 

•'-» TBsUuj«»nto, Mid 8»bb*th BdwoJ Books, at 
xxra flSUmx-a SMWI, Ttrftd StrMt 



In Oi'K.RATii'S. — Williams got his ferry 

scow down yesterday morning, and com- 

m need ruumng her from the west end of 

i the bridge to the road at the loot ol the 

binff Te.ims cau now cross in .tafely. 

Thanks —tieorge W. F'arrington, Es(|., 

' returned home yeste'-day from the East on 

board the Frank Steele, and cid not forsfet 

to bring us fiapers of the very latest daf^ 

I from all the principal cities through which 

i he passed. 

I Why wr had no Mah. Ykstkkdav. 

Th-' mail and express train dai> at LuCro^se 
at 3:30 Tuesday niorning. liot 8wam|)ed in 
the BolhI.; and ran off the track at ir near 
Portage City. The Fi>.nk Steele waited 
until seven, same morning, and then hi-ar- 
ing the mail wou.d not bo in until twelve 
M., left without it. '■ Nobodv hurt. 



Lkctlre To Night. — The lecture by J. 
A. Wheelock, Esq., before the Mercantile 
Library As.=nciation, which was postponed 
last week on account of ihe weather, will 
take place to-night without fail, at the 
First Pn^byterian Church. Nothing is 
necessary except the above announcement, 
to secure an attendai'Cf to the utmost ca- 
pacity of the church. 

Subject : Chivalry and Uibanity. 

Bank Suspension.- Our citizens were very 
much surprised yesterday morning on learn\ 
ing that the banking house of Dr. C. Carli had 
closed doors for the present. Dr. Carli is one 
of our oldest and most prompt business men, 
and it is hoped by all, and generally believed 
on the streets, that the suspension will be but 
temporary. Holders of endorsed levee scrip 
and depositors were considerably agitated yes- 
terday morning when the anooiincement was 
made, but the public is settling down in the 
belief that when the Doctor returns from 
Europe, whence he sailed on the 12th, he will 
be enabled to resume business at on«e. We 
know nothing of the liabilities of the house- 
but we all know ihat the Doctor owns an im, 
mense amount of real and personal property, 
which his a§ent assures the public through'a 
card in this paper is, with one exception, 
wholly unincumbered.— A'W'iwa^er M'Mengtr. 

A considerable amount of Stillwater city 

scrip was in circulation in St. Paul at the 

time of Dr. Carli's suspension, endorsed by 

him, and was theretore current, h is now 

bought by our bankers at forty per cent. 

discount. 



For the Cariboo (iOld Diooinos. — '! he 
following are the names of the gentlemen 
that arrived on Monday from (Janada West, 
bound f.r tiie Cariboo gohl mines. They 
have b(:^n stopping during their sojourn 
here at the .Merchants' Hoiei. and have pio- 
cun-d coasiderable ol their outfit from our 
merchants and mechanics. This, it is true, 
is a small party, but as soon as the route is 
thoroughly 'known, plenty ol others will 
IoIImw : 

A. S. Hutchinson, Township of Malahide 
county of Elgin, C. W.; J. Dodd, St. Thomas! 
county of Elgin ; A. Xicoll, do ; J. Fowler 
Fingal, county of Elgin ; M. Crandell. do ; C 
McCollum, do ; J. B. McQuinn, do ; F. Pen* 
warden, do ; S. Prior, do ; .-s. Bnrdan, Town- 
ship of Southwold, county of Elgin ; F. Bur- 
dan, do ; M. Hamm, do ; John English, do. 

Six of the parly left yesterday morning 
for Red River, by Bnrbank & Co's. Line. 
The others leave this morning. We are hap- 
py to inform their friends al home, that 
they leave St. Paul in the best of health 
and spirits. 

An Imhostkr Exposed.— Father Caillet 

calls our attention to au imposition f)eing 

practised in our community. He addresses 

us the following note, which explains the 

matter, and which we take pleasure in 

publishing : 

St. Paul, April 23d, 186'/. 
7l> thi Editor of the St. Paul Prett . 

Dkar Sir : Please allow me through the col- 
umns of your paper to call the attention of the 
public to a certain imposter who endeavors to 
deceive charitable people by using tho name of 
the Catholic clergy of St. Paul, in order to 
extort alms from them. Ue has the impu- 
dence to call himself sometimes a Brother, 
other times a Priest. The name which we un-. 
derstand he most generally takes is that of 
Brother O'Heiry. 

We know nothing of that man, except that 
we have had several timas the misfortune of 
meeting him in the streets in a state of intoxi. 
cation. 

As that man hag in many instances made 
use of my name for his wretched purposes, I 
have thought it my duty to caution the people 
of our community against his impostures. 

Yours very respectfully, 

L. CAILLET. 



River News.— The river in front of St. 
Paul had, at seven o'clock last evening, re- 
ceded about two inches from its highest 
point attained during the present flood. 

The boats in p:rt yesterday were the 
War Eagle, Cauada, Frank Steele, Clara 
Hine, Antelope and New Ulm Belle. 

The War Eagle left at eight o'clock a . m , 
for Prairie du Ctiien and Dunlieth. 

The Canada, ot the Northern Line, ar- 
rived from St. Louis on her first trip yester- 
day at one o'clock, with a heavy freight. 
Capt. J. W. Parker continues ia command 
of the Canada ; and we are happy to find 
Ben. Conger, formerly of the Sucker Stj»te, 
in the clerk's office. She left on her return 
trip to St. Louis last evening. 

The Canada met the Sucker State with 
the first detachment of the Fourth Minne- 
sota Regiment at Oassville, and the Hawk 
eye State with the other coitpanies at 
Brownsville. This placed the two boats 
abeut 12 hours apart. TheJ Sucker left 
here 28 hours in advance of the Hawkeye. 
They were to arrive at St. lionis in corns 
pany. 

The steamers Henry Clay, Metropolitan, 
Denmark and W. L. Ewing, of the Nor 
them Line, have all been put into the sers 
vice of Uncle Samuel. 

The Frank Steele, Capt. Newton, ar- 
rived from La Cjosse at three o'clock. Our 
fellow citizen, Alden Bryant, is doing the 
chief clerk's business on the Steele, with 
Wm. Hatcher as tsecond. She left for La 
Crosse last evening after discharging a 
heavy freight. We are indebted to Oapt. 
Newton and Mr. Bryant for Cioeinnati, 



Chicago iind Mi!w.iuke<.' ) apers of the very 
latest dates. 

Tho Itasca, Cant. J. Y. Hurd, isnow 
due, and is the Prairie du Chien and 
Dunlieth F^ncket due this morning at (ight 
o'clock. 

The New Ulm Belle, Capt. .Scott, the 
little boat bnilt here this winter for the 
Minoesofa river trade, has come up to the 
landing, and is preparing to depart on Ler 
Irst trip. 

A CARD. 

To justify ourselves for not having Imd Mr. 
Wood's name eu otii programme, we only have 
to siiv that lie was requested by us twice to 
play a solo, but he declined each time. As 
soon ue a request was sent in last night, with 
the greatest readiuess he was permitted by us 
U> fill the place thai had been left open in the 
progranmie. C. Zknzius, 

nusT. IlANcua, 
St. Paul, April iSd. 

Land Warrants. Half Breed and Reserve 
Scrip -all sixes — prices. 
jy28 THOMPSON BROS. 



LATEST NEWS. 

BY TELEGHAPH a'O ST. PAUL. 

WINSI, OW'S LIKE. 



From the Shenardoah Army. 



DlfT.U. 

Al BERT KBWARI) BIBWELL, only son ol Henry 
K. anJ .Mary BidtH-ll, aged twenty monthe »ii"l figh 
teeu Jftvb. 

The funeral will tak« place at the resiJen'-e of tho 
parents iu West St. Pai 1, on Friday, at 2 o'clock. 
The friemU of the alllii-ed parents are invited to at- 
tend. 

:NEW ADVlilRTISEMENTS. 



JS" O T I ۥ B 



nn Jl M B 

Tlie notice purporting to be published by Kie, the 
18tb inst., over my signature in the Bt. Paul Daily 
TRitst, An\ Pioneer and Demoorat, •tatioj? that th« 
I ote given by me to Adolph Hunmker for $334, and 
tended over t'> M. Hunziker, was fraudulent and 
void, was done under uii.srepresentation mad; to me 
and a threat, and I heiebj retract any imputation of 
fraud in the giving of said note JOHN HUBIL. 

St. I'aul, April 23, 18b2. apr2-J-2w 



Five Dollars Reward! 



F i; H s 



LOS T 



A laiy 8 BRO\% W FUR VICTORIMK wm 

iMt on .Saturdav •veuiui;, in walking from the City 
Mark to the top of St .Vnthony Hill. The aboAi re- 
ward will be given on returning il to JaMRS I)AVE.\'- 
r"ORT"S Back Store, Til ird iitr.et. apr22:2t 

St. Paul Vinegar Works, 

MO. 4 SIBLEY STREET. 




Palmer's Pure Viuegrar. 

We would call the attention of all wbo ar« inter- 
eited in the manutacture and ealeof PURE Vl.NEGAR 
to our stock, manufactured under patent to John 
1 aimer. We have on hand a better article of Vinegar 
than was ever before offered for gale in the north weat, 
which we are prepared to ssnd to any part of the State 
at reasonable rates. 

COUNTRY DEALERS 

Who do not buy directly of u« ahould be particular 
to specify " Palmer'a Pure Vinegar," when ordering 
from wholesale dealers in St. Paul. 

CONSUMERS 

Should in all cases ask for PA LM ER'S PURE VI.VKy AB 

A:fD TAKE NO OTHEB. 

It is for sale by all the (Grocers in the city who detir* 
to keep GOOD ARTICLKS for sale. Try it, and yon 
v'ill u.se no other. 

From D. B.Reid, M. D., F. R. 8. E. , Practical Chem- 
iHt, and author of numerous works on Chemistiv. 
Public Health, *c. ; ' 

" I hereby certify, that 1 have examined tlie vine- 
gar manufactured by CO. Uwis * Oo. of this citT, 
and have found it of excelieot quality an \ l'r«* froin 
all deietorious ingredients. ' P. P. T'.KTD '' 

"St. Paul Dec. 18,1861.' 

Sold at itholesal ■ or retail at our works ou Sibley at 

March 31, 1862. C. C. LEWIS A Co. 



LEMONS 

AND 

O R ^ N a E B 

.Just received and for sale by 

UPHAM At HOLMES. 

apr'i;: 

Oranges and Lemons ! 

MAPLK SUOAR. 



a K h: K N 



A p P 1. E s . 



Sweet Cider. 



At 



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BI. a. KBLIXMSO'S. 



TO RENT. 

From and arier the nmt day of April, 1802, a larg« 
and commodious 

FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, 

fttvorably known aa tlii> Central Honte. 

Apply to JOHV .«, PKI.VCis: 

maris f 



JBt 



n 



THE MINNESOTA SEWING MACHINE 

DEPOT 

Has been removed to Krencb'a Briok Block , next door 

east ol Davenport's Book Store, Third street, St.Paul. 

apraaiw G. W. BABOOOK, Agen t. 

^m mTtmMCijtM. l m a a . 

ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARM.S, 
SBCPHO** PATENT, 

The above onrivaUed subatltate for lost limbe, entn- 
Mning tatmt improvements, can be bad only of 
WM. SELPBO, PatcnlM, 
marie .1 IB U6 Broadway, N'ew Tork. 

"P mm m M js' t . 

THE FRAME WARE-HOUSE, 

On th>* corner of Siblay and I/evee atrMtji, ezoept tb« 
coe third thereof, now oooopied by L. B. A C. Ureig. 
Knqalre of UUVER DALRYUPLK, 

apao-.iM BwslMtaMcHoak, 1kl>«atoM*. 



BANKS P R E S S I N (J ON. 



TUK REBKI. ARMY AfROSt THE MOfMTAIN.S. 



Washington, April 22. 

The following has be»!n rec^^ived at the 

VV'ar Department : 

New MARKitr, Vn., April i'i. 
H;u K. il. Stanton . 

Our advance is near liurisburg. Wo 
have troops acro.>,s ilie mountains pro- 
tecting the bridged on the Shenandoah at 
Almy, and o,, the Lursy road. To day 
we pushed a force forward' to Lura\ . The 
people were greatly alarmed at first, ou 
account of reports circulated by the rebels 
as to the treatment tht-y would receive 
from us, I ut in the course of a few hours 
they became quiet and reconciled to our 
presence. This is a good road to Warring- 
ton. '25 miles, and a turnpike to Cnlpepper 
Court House, the same distance. 

In several little sharp skirmisLc« with 
the enemy we lest threj men. Jackson 
has abandoned the valley of Virginia per- 
manently and is en route for (iordonsville 
by way of the mounta ns. Every day 
brings its prisoners and numerous desert- 
ers from the rebels. 

N. P. BANKS, 
Major Gcuer »l Cuminaudinji. 

The Bombardmeat of Fort 
Wright. 

FIRING SUSPENDED. 



UKBKf, OUNB0AT8 A.NP RAM MANASSA!^. 



Cairo, April 2-3. 

A dispatch .from the fleet of the 22d, 
says that lor three days not a gun has b< en 
fired. The combatants seem satisfie<l to 
save their powder until Komething can be 
accomplished by its destruction. 

The enemy is reported to have fourteen 
gunboats ofl the fort, together with the 
rum Mana.ssas, The lutu r and seven of the 
former arrived on Sunday Hollins return- 
ed from New Orleans with the McCrea. 

The Desota left the fie.^t yesterday with 
(uie hundred bales ot cottan for Cairo— the 
first shipment North since the commenee- 
ment ol hostilities. 



From Washington, 

Wash;kgto.v, April 82. 
{'hibane correaponden:e.) — The Ueoeral 
commanding at the Warvrick Creek fight, 
wh'we leported condition )n ihat occasion 
entiled torth Repre^entative Morrill's reso- 
lution empowering the President to cashier 
drunken officers, is said tt be (general Wra. 
Smith. It ia said he fell from his horse 
twice, besmearing his clothes and face with 
mud. Mr. Morrill said that the two com- 
panies of Green Mountaiu boys stood in a 
marsh fifty minutes, without support or 
permission to retire. 

THE CONnSCATtlN BILI, 

Most of the friends of Mr. Bingham's 
confiscation bill leel sanguine that the 
Houee will pass it under the previous ques<> 
tion to morrow. It is understood that the 
vote will be rather a closi one. 

THE RAPPAHANNOCK OPBNXD TO FREDERICKS- 
BURG. 

[Tribu'ne torr \ — Several ves-sels of the 
river flotilla have been up the Rappahan- 
nock, some of them as far as Fredericks- 
burg. About ten miles above Tappahao- 
nook schooners had been sunk to obstruct 
the river, but eommandi r Wymao, in the 
Yankee, with her consorU* pushed their way 
through. 

\i one point the boats were fired upon 
by musketry. No one on ooard injured. 
Twelve or thirteen vessi Is, two of them 
steamers, found in creekf, were seized and 
brought down. 

The river is now considered open for nav 
igatioo, and timber for rebuilding bridges 
burned by rebels, will .-ooii reach Falrnouih. 
Nothing is heard of the rebel tf rce, but it 
is believed to be in force not far back of 
Fredericksburg. 

THE TAX bill. 

The finance committee of the Senate 
has dore with the machinery sections of the 
tax bill, having made .such amendraenta as 
in its judgment were calunlated to jwitct 
the system adopted by the House. 

An eflort was made to raise the tax on 
whisky and distilled spir ts to twenty..five 
cents a gallon, but the conmittee retained 
it at fifteen cents The (ommittee decides 
to impose son;e charge on stock on band on 
the 3eth of June, when the act is to go in- 
to operation : but left it to a sub commilec 
to decide how it should be. The tax on 
beer and other fermeute<l liquors will be 
two dollars a barrel instead of one dollar. 
No other noteworthy chanj^es have yet been 
made. 

Charles A. Dana, of New York, has 
been appointed by Secretary Stanton one 
of the Commissioners tr investigate the 
war accounts at Cairo. 

Professor Bache and Mr. Westervelt 
have declined to serve on the Board. 

FROM THE RAPPAHANNOCK. 

The King Phillip has arrived at the Nas 
vy Yard thi' morning and reports the 
\ icksburg having easily passed through the 
five sunken obstructions In-low that town 

Our flotilla has captured seven rebel 
schooners, one of them wi ;h a valuable car> 
go of dry goods, medicint*, and saltpetre, 
and also two small steamei's. It is farther 
stated that the rebel pickets are occa-sion- 
ally seen on the south side ol the river. 

Our troops still commaiid the possession 
of Fredericksburg, the residents of which 
are entirely free in their usual business pur- 
suits. 



General Smith iill Right. 

N«w York, April 18. 
The Post says the rumors in regard to 
the conduct of tbe accomplished officer Gen. 
Smith, at Warwick river, appeared to have 
no foundation Not only is he one of the 
most temperate men in the army, but we 
have the authority ot a private dispatch 
from Gen. McClellan tor jiaying that on the 
occasion alluded to, he gallantly and skill- 
fully gained a great advartage for us, silenc- 
ing tbe fire of a battery, which was splen- 
didly done with little lo^s on our side. 



The Mormon State Q-ovemment 

Salt Lacs Citt, April 19. 
lie Legislature of tbe State of Deseret 
assembled in this tity on tbe 14th, in ac- 
cordance with tbe proclamation of Governor 
Young. Tbe Governor' ^ message wai 
patriotic. Two United Sutes Senators 
have be«n elected. 



From Cairo. 

Caiho, April 23. 

It is reported that the .Mound City bos - 
pital will l>e sus|endel until the waters 
subside. Tne sick and wr>unde<l there to 
be Iraisfeiied to other liospiuls. 

The steamer Tigress arrived this p. m., 
from Pittsburg Landing^ with the offieer.-l 
of the 12th Iowa on board. They report 
the water falling. Their reaimeni ha.- but 
twelve effective men left. 



Foreign News. 

PoBTLAKD, April 2S. 

The stuaitier Huhemia from Liverpool of 
the lO'.h arrived at ^.30 a. m. 

Rninor ^ay.s relalioiiS between England, 
France and Spain relative to Mexico are 
unsatisfactory. It is reported that France 
wished to march against the city of Mexico. 

CoPE.NHAOKN, April 11. —The Angsher 
Mazete as.-^ertg on reliable authority that 
Ent^land ha? succeeded in drawing Spain 
on her side in the .Mexican quesiiou by a 
piomise not to object should Spain take 
pos-session o! Hayti. 

John C. Heenan has gone to Pari-. He 
does not intend to fight Mace or anybody. 



THE KETVKNOF GENERAL CUR- 
TIS' AR.nY TO SOUTHWEST .niS- 
SOURI. 

Tlie army of General Curtis, which lead 
the sncce*;lul battle of Pea Ridge, Arkan- 
sas, has now returned into Mi.ssouri, and 
has its present headquarters (or did have) 
at Forsyth, on While river, the i ounty 
seat of Taiity county, and about for tv five 
miles south of Sptingli. Id. The distance 
from the battle site is about fifty mil©.-*. 
Where the colnmti is now destined can be 
only a matter ol conjecture ; but as Price 
and Van Dorn have turned up in the Mis- 
sissippi Valley, we presume General Cur- 
tis will keep his eye on them. The march 
from Pfa Ridge was a hard one, occupying 
more than a week. Rivers had to be ford- 
ed waiet deep, and bridges built of the 
army wagons. The correspoodeiit of the 
St. Loui' Republican writes: 

To day (April 12th) we reached Forsyth, 
where we find the whole army encampetl 
in the town, in the neighboriug fields, on 
the hill sides, and along the margins of 
Swan creek and White river. The com- 
manding Generals headquarters are near 
the court house. Tbe town of Forsyth is a 
small county seat on the White river, which 
flows to the southeast through Arkansa.s, 
and flows into the Arkansas river. The 
court house stand? in the centre of the towu 
and is now used as a commissary's store and 
Quartermaster's, department. "Last July, 
just previous to the battle of Wilson's 
Cre»k. the place was visited by Gen. Swee- 
ney, with parts ol the First Iowa and First 
Kansas regiments and a section of Tottens 
battery, and held for a t w days. On reach- 
ing the hills overlooking the town, several 
canntMi shots were fired at the court house, 
and passe . through the building, alarming 
the inhabiuints and causing tbem to leave 
the town. The holes made by the cannon 
balls still remain. 

The object of the present uovemeut of 
the ariuy seems to be to get into a region 
better supplied with the means of life, and 
to be nearer the enemy. There is no doubt 
that Price bos been moving eastward to« 
wards Pochahontas, aithoiogh his precise 
locality is not known. From this point be 
can be more easily watched, as the White 
river valley runs down into Arkansas ; or 
cut ofl, in case he should venture into Mis- 
souri again. Our own army can also more 
easily reach the Arkansas river; and since 
Island No. 10 has fallen, and the Mississip- 
pi will soon be open below Memphis, it 
may be that we are destined to move 
down upon Little Rock, and thenc€ 
down the river to join the army of the MLs- 
sissipi At present no one knows what our 
future movements will be, and no particu- 
lar movement is in coi;templatioa. Tbe 
army will doubtless remain here until fur- 
ther orders are received from the head of 
the Department, unless some sudden emer* 
gency shall arise. 

Quiet reians njw throughout Southwest 
.Mi-<souri, and those who have heretofore 
sympathizeil with secession, admit that it is 
now a hopeless enterprise-. The Union 
victories ot the last two months have 
thoroughly discouraged and disheartened 
them, and rebel soldiers are steadily return- 
ing to their homes, lo go back to the south- 
ern armies no more. 

THE CO.mNO GREAT BATTLE 
AT YORKTOPTN. 

From th". New Tork Henihl. 

From the preparations going on around 
Yorktown, both on the part of our own 
army and of the rebel chiefs, it is manifest 
that the greatest battle of the campaigo is 
about to be foagiit there, and that tbe^hour 
is close at hand when a conflict upou 
which the fate of treason and rebellion 
bangs shall be decided. That tbe coming 
battle at Yorktown will surpass that of 
Corinth, which has broken down the hopes 
ol the rebels in the Southwest, no one can 
doubt who reads the intelligcDce which we 
publish to-day. In point of numbers en- 
gaged, as well as the issues involvc-d upon 
the coming contest in Virginia, under the 
command of Gen. McClellan. it is destined 
to txceed in importance the glorious victory 
of Halleck, Grant and Biiell in tbe West. 

At the battle of Pittsburg Landing there 
were a hundred and forty thousand men 
engaged. At Yorktown a quarter of a rail- 
li"n will be iu the field. The rebels seem 
resolved to make the Yorktown of 1862 re« 
semble the Yorktown of the Revolution, 
for they are not only concentrating an im- 
mense force at that point, which is being 
sent rapidly down from Richmond and Gor- 
donsville by steamers, transports and rail- 
roads, but it is said that Jeff". Davis and 
Gen. Joe Johnston are both there, to con- 
duct the struggle in jierson. The rebel 
force there is now said to be fully a hundred 
thousand. The defenses of tbe city extend 
entirely acro-« the peniusuia, flanked on 
orM> side by the .Tames river. Upon these 
delien-^es are mounted, probably, not lei's 
than five hundred guns, many ol them of 
the largest calibre. With such a line of 
defense, and such an army behind it, mar- 
shalled by the leading spirits of the rebeU 
lion, and oiv of the inest skillful Generals 
in tbe service, the ret)eii> have undoubtedly 
get "the hazard of the die" upon this com- 
ing battle at Yorktown. Besides, accord- 
ing to reliable information, the formidable 
monster Merrimac, with her companions, 
the Yorktown and Jamestown, and the 
flotilla of tugs around them at Crancy Isl- 
and, are, if possible, to form a part of tbe 
rebel force in the coming action. They 
are only watching a chance to creep out in 
the darkness of night, and take part in the 
grand fighi at Yorktown It is presumed, 
however, that the authorities at Fortress 
Monroe arc prepareil for such an event, will 
prevent the 'Merrimac from comiog out un- 
der any cireorngtaaces. 



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in interest, scarcely- two in locality — have 
thoir prosperity involved in this matter. 
The sure and only safe protection and de- 
fense of Lake Superior and its adjuncLfl. 
must have their base at these cities ; at the 
head of iiavigution on tlio .Mitvis-Mppi, with 
a water powtr sufficient to nmnufaelurethe 
iron, copper and cotton for an empire ; in 
the centre of an agricultural district oapa- 



Ife tyraimiciil and intolerant aseendeney. | At the very .same lime there was a poor 
It may be >iars bc'"ore the cotton 3Ute^i ' escaped sliivc knockintr at tlie door for tlie 
can be fairly sealed to the Union ; and du- sanu' assistance. 

ring that interval the Pcpnblioaiis should '• Many ol llie wliite people are very poor 
have all their intcik els and exjtcrirneo about and ignorant, and, I thiuk, the most pitiable 
them, so as to lose nothinir wh -n the time , objects of charity I have ever seen. As a 
ot reunion has arrived." | while man, I am ashamed to say they are 

— ■— I really more abject and degraded than the 

blacks. 1 never realized so much before 
the dignUy that the mere ability and wil- 
lingness to labor gives a man. The blacks 
having always been forced to work, although 
lazy, generally ask for and go to work ; 
while, too often, the white, having been 
taught to regard work as degrading, allows 
himsi'lf to sit in laziness and sink down into 



VHK GREAT BA'rTL.KS OF 
EliN TimKS. 



ITIOD' 



From a comparison ol the great battle 



ble of producing every variety of food and a ^j- pj^^burg, which was fought on Sunday 
vigorous and most loyal population. From j ^^j Monday, the Cth and 7th ot Ai)ril, 
these cities as a base, to construct arma- ^-^^^ ji,^. (oHowing list, it will bo seen that 
ment, provision and outfit lorces. with a 



THK :<.%T10XAI. CllARACTFR AND 
l.nPOKTANrK OF A UAILKOAD 
■to LXKE SUPERIOK- 



l.ftttr from Hon. Thoutat Clark to Htrft- 
ard fhulf. *>«■ 



railroad to the Lake, making the shortest 
possible connection, the command of Lake 
SuiHjrior is in the hai.ds of our Govern- 
ment ; without it, the L;tke, mines, and 
lied llivcr route arc no less Great Britain's 
to-day than they will be the tkirtidh day 
alter Uer Majesty issues the order. With 

As 



h otels, sa 1 .oqn s, &c, 
lXhr^ house. 

Ftrat Doof Kaat of fhe Fo«i Oflice. 



StPKBiOR, April 10, \Ui. 
••The Northwest believes that our na- 
ticnahty is worth all the blood and all the 
ir^'asure which it may cost to preserve it, 
aiid she places her all of men and money at 
thi eoiumand of Government for that pur- 
pos*"." This is the close of an eloquent and 
valuab e report (No. 23, 37 Cong's 2J,Se*8.) 
uf Mr. Arnold, Irom the select committee 
on deiense of the Lakes and Rivers. 

It uot pre-eminent, Minnesota is not be- 
hind in nun involved in th's great contest, 
i.or is slie least iu im]>oriance of dtleiiae, 
»t;d ol property and possessions to the de- 
fended. 

file military control of Fiuko Superior in- 
volv^'s the posseiision of mines ofmorevilue 
lo ,1 GoLerumeiU than usually considered. 
It i-i .seventeen years, only, since the copper 
mines were opened, and live that iron has 
been worked. In thi-t infancy, and with lim- 
ited ni'ans. the product of copper heqwil to 
the British supply from the Welch mines 
whieh have been vigorously wrought, by am» 
pie nvar-!, for two centuries. The yield of 
th'> lake mines has, from one thousand tons a 
ycai , increased to thirteen thousand. The 
greatest yield ol the Cornwall mines in any 
one year is fourteen thousand five hundred 
tons. The di^icovered and exposed copper 
fAm iu Michigan, Wisconsin and Minneso- 
ta, warrant the estimate— that the capital 
and labor now employed in the Welsh or 
I'ornwall mines would protluce one hundred 
thousand tons of ingot copper per year. 

The iron of Lake Superior has been 
tb-»roa<rhly tested by a Government Com- 
mis-iion, and fonnd to excel all other known 
j^pceiaiens. .Major Wade, United States 
O'dnance. and Professor Johnson report : 

Strength in pounOs 
per Mj. inch. 

58.009 

63.134 

5S.400 

53.061 

5S.»12 

59.105 

76.069 

SO.58-2 



nations, power and ' might make right 
sure as this proverb is true, so sure is 
England of the possession of I>ake Supe- 
rior, its mints and facilities. 

But the prosperity of Minnesota and 
these cities is dependent on the Red River 
route ; in peace with England her powers 
may be— very likely soon will be— witness' 
ed.' She uill have a communication trom 
the Canada railways through Lake Superior 
to Red River, and if we do not at an early 
day open a railway route (dt fleeting it to suit 
our wants and localities) she itv/J— direct 
as possible. The Canadian roate by way 
of Collingwood to Lake Superior is 500 
miles less than by way of Detroit. Their 
desire to economize distance and hasten a 
connection with the Selkirk settlement can 
only be diverted by a railway from the 
Lake, to connect with the Minnesota and 
PaeiQc branch to Red River. The Cana- 
dian R,iilway Companies are row negotia- 
ting a consolidation. Under the auspices 
Ol their united energies they ■will submit to 
no time serving delay in effecting their nUi> 
mate object— (i thoroughfare from Halijax 
to yancouver. Minnesota lays in their route. 
Early action on our part to furnish a link 
in that thoroughfare will secure their co op 
eration, but delay and inaction will rather 
hasten the action of tho.?e combined inter- 
ests to seek and open a direct route. 

Chicago, by no means blind to her inter- 
est, nor to the true policy of Minnesota, is 
now urging Congress to construct a ship 
canal from that city to the Mississippi. 

This canal is urged upon Congress as es- 
sential to the national defense of the great 
lakes. So far as regards the commerce of 
Chicago, this is truly a desirable improve- 
ment. It is a source of much wonder that 
tho Illinois and Michigan canal was not 
opened as originally designed, amply en- 
Qowed as it was by a grant of lands Irom 
Congress. Under proper care a fund ought 
to have been secured to complete the work. 
How it can subserve the defense of the 

Luke Superior 80.58-2 great lakes h not readily comprehended. 

I'iiese tests show that si.x pounds of Lake jt certainly cannot in the remotest degree 



with the exception of Jena, FriidlandjWa 
gra,.,, »„d Waterloo, , he .,r„gglo » .^.t"'.f.[.,;:'.t~; 
greatest in the list, looking to th? numbers 
engaged. At Wagram the French lost 
23,000, and the xVuslrians 38,000 ; and at 
Waterloo ihe losses of the French were 
38,000. while those of the Austnans amount- 
ed to 2!»,000. The entire loss at Wagram 
was 61,000, and at Waterloo 02,500. 
Next to these ranks the battle of Jena, 
47,100; Eylau, between the French and 
Russians, 43,000 : and Austerlit/, 42,000. 
The loss on both sides at Pittsburg was 
probably between 10,000 and 12,000 : 
Mareng^June 14, 1800. 

French, under Bonaparte, 32,000. 
Austrians, comniauded by Melas, 40,000. 

French. AuatriAna. 

Killed and wounded 6,000 6,000 

Prisoners 1,000 4,000 

Austerlitz—Dec. 2, 1805. 



French, under the Emperor Napoleon, 70,- 



Salisljurg, Ct.,iron... 

Sweeds 

Centre county, Penn . 

Lancaster, Penn 

Essex county, N. Y.. 

Eni;Iish 

Ku:i^U\ 



Superior iron for all piirposex, and especially 



servo as an arm of defense to Lake S'jperior 



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for ordnance, clad Monitors and steel, are 
etjual iu strength and value to eight and 
tkrce-ijuarters pounds of othtr irons. This 
iron is in massive, inexaustible formation, 
tk* ready for tho manufacturer as pig, as it 
is more easily broken and reduced, and 
yir-lds about seventy five per cent, pure 
me' a!. The quantity wrought has reached 
200 000 tons a year (the 4ih year). The 
exposure might employ the means of raising 
the annual demand of the nation. 

The British coast of the lake has been 
explored, and several l(K:alities worked : 
but lime and ample mtau^, as 3 et, have 
made no discoveries in the least comparable 
with the r;jsults above noted. 

Xe».d our Government be told that these 
mines demand its secure protection ; that 
thiir value exceeds mathematical estimate ; 
that, under ordinary circumstances, their 
annual product will, within ten years, 
amount to the present commerce of 
the entire lakes ? More than all, should 
it be admonished that a rupture with 
Gre.it Britain would in it? first fruit.s result 
in the .-eizure of these most valuable mines 
by that <ioverninent ? 

A lort at .Mackinaw — ol great utility to 
Lake Michigan, but of none to Lake Supe- 
rior, an armament at Chicago— could not be 
moved into Lake Superior. Her Majesty's 
Government, as well as ours, commands 
the entrance of Lake Superior at Ste. Marie 
The holding of Lake Superior and the.se 
mines would depend upon which Govern- 
ment could first build and arm the stronge&f 
He^t at some harbor of the liake. The 
British possess a channel from their Georgi- 
an Gulf which may be connected with Lake 
Superior by a portage railway of 18,000 
yards in rear ol their fortifications at the 
Hantt, while our canal there is in front of 
any defenses we can erect ; present and 
prospective that Government holds the en- 
trance of Lake Superior at its Eastern end. 
Hence a naval and military force based up- 
on Chicago or Mackinaw could be of no 
service in the protection of Lake Superior 
and its mines. 

The British Government during the last 
few months has coused thorough reconnois- 
sance, by competent engineers, to find the 
most practicable route for railway commu- 
nication Irom Lake Superior to Red River. 
It has been found that any routf entirely 
within British territory is impracticable 
when compared with one traversing a por- 
tion of Minnesota. The possession of this 
route, as well as our mines, will be the ob- 
ject of contjuest. The demand on their part 
is Ixiing daily increased by the gold discov- 
eries in their Columbian possessions. If 
we have no other grounds to fear an ag- 
gressive poliey on the part of that Governs 
ment, these considerations— our copper, our 
iron and our planished topography— admon- 
ish us of the wisdom, if not necessity, on 
our part, on the part of our Government, 
to protect these invaluable possessions so 
effectually that our neighbors can have no 
hope of conquest. So guard them that they 
will not bfc objects of even temptation. 

The latter consideration presents itself 
with peculiar force to the people of Minne- 
sota, and especially to the citizens of St. 
Anthony and St. Paul. These cities— one 



and its valuable resource?. Nor should it 
lor a moment divert the people of Minneso- 
ta, especially of St. Anthony and St. Paul, 
from their true commercial interests in hav- 
ing a railroad to Lake Superior. As a 
commercial aid to St. Paul it could be ol 
little relief. Minnesota already soHers from 
being obliged to throw her grain upon the 
glutted market of Chicago, subject to a 
river and railway tariEf of about 33I3 per 
cent. of the value in St Paul, or rather about 
eighteen or twenty cents per bushel. The 
distance by river and the canal iu question, 
from St. Paul to Chicago, is a little over or 
under 1000 miles, five mills a ton per mile 
on the river, and eight mills on the canal- 
(the lowest rates) amounts to 17 V^ cents on 
a bushel of wheat, against nine cents rad- 
way tariff to Lake Superior. 

The people of Minnesota, the citizens of 
St. Anthony and St. Paul, have only to in-, 
sist upon and reiterate facts, and press the 
truth upon Congress, and especially their 
representatives, to secure the neces.sary aid 
to protect and defend their rights and re- 
sources. Truly yours, 

THOS. CLARK. 
To B. Chute, Esq., St. Anthony. 



000. 

Russians and Austrians, commanded by (^eu. 
Kutusoff, the Emperors being present, 90,000. 

French. Allies. 
Killed, wounded and prisoners. .12,000 30,000 
Jena— Oct. 14, 1806. 

French, commanded by the Emperor Napo- 
leon, 80,000. 

Prussians, commanded by the Duke of 
Brunswick, 110,000. 

Krfncb. PI•u8^ian8. 

Killed, wounded and prisoners 4,100 43,000 
Eylau-Ftb. 8, 1807. 
French, commanded by the Emperor Xapo- 
leon, 85,000. 

Russians, commanded by General Benning- 
sen, 75,000. 

French. Rus>iians. 
Killed, wounded and prisoners 18,000 26,000 

Frudlund — June 14, 1807. 

French, commanded by the Emperor Napo- 
leon, 101,000. 

Russians, commanded by Qeneral Heuuing- 
sen, 66,000. 

FrPDoh RuHsiaTi.s. 

Killed and wounded 8,000 18,000 

Aspern—Matj2\ and 23, 1809. 
French, commanded by the Emperor Napo- 
leon, 80,000. 

Austrians, commanded by the Archduke 
Charles, 90,000. 

French. Austrians. 
Killed.wounded and prisoners 18,000 20,000 
Wagram — July 5 and 6, 1809. 
French, commanded by the Emperor Napox 
leon, 130,000. 

Austrians, commanded by the Archduke 
Charles, 100,000. 

French. Austriana. 

Killed, wounded and prisoners 23,000 38,000 

New Orleans — fan. 8, 1815. 

Americans, under General Jackson, 7,000. 

English, under General Packenham, 6,800. 

AiDeric%nfl. EopliHli. 
Killed and wounded 13 1,902 

W'avre and Waterloo— June 18, 1815. 
French, commanded by the Emperor Napo- 
leon, 75,000. 

The Allies, under Wellington and Blucher, 
110,000. 

French. Allies 
Killed and wounded 33,000 29,500 

Mena Vista— Feb. 22, 23, 1847. 
Americans, under General Taylor, 4,900. 
Mexicans, under Gen. Santa Anna, 19,000. 
Americans. IIezi.^aus 

Killed and wounded 756 

Alma—Sfjtt. 20, 1854. 

Allies, under Marshal St. Arnaud and Lord 
Raglan, 51,100, viz.: 25,000 French and 26,000 
English. 

Russians, under Prince Menchicoff, 50,000. 

Allifs Russians. 

Killed and wounded 3,100 6,000 

Inker/nan — Nov. 5, 1854. 111!^!!^ 



on.sequence can easily be imagined; 
in a time like the present, he who can and 
will work is getting it to do, and with it its 
reward, prosperity and plenty; and they 
who will not (or cannot.) become depend- 
ant. Most of the negro women get work 
et the hospitals, washing and the peddling 
of cakes, and earn a support in this way. 
We gave them a lift at first with a few 
pounds of flour, and so far, immediately 
on their arrival, they have been able to find 
a house to live in. When they arrive it is 
usually itt groups of ten or twenty, often all 
from one plantation. 

''They liad traveled, in some cases, long 
distance. 1 had one poor negro of about 
twenty five who had some over sixty miles. 
His feet were all bloody, and the first thing 
he could do after he had reported his name 
for work and had a breakfast, was to lie 
down and sleep; for two or three days he 
was quite sick. At the end of that time he 
went to work, and is now doing his best to 
support the United States Government with 
'de shobel and de hoe.' He gave valuable 
information to the Government. 

''1 get no pay, and the only money 1 have 
for expenses is the money collected from 
the artist fund and the Church of St. 
George, with some from Brooklyn. 

"Two o'clock saw me up this morning, 
and I write this letter as the morning star 
is beginning to shine. I have a house sur- 
rounded with trees and roses, though I do 
not sleep on a bed of the latter, as the fact 
that a 'Newberner' threatens 'to blow up 
my d d house, because I was drilling 



JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 

MR. I.AHR, lormerly oi the 'Oar House," re- 
spectflUy annoimcts t» his old friends and all other 
men — no boys in — that he is now fairly under way ; 
and proclaims that he will furnish as goo<l an EYE 
Ol'ENER as " any other man" in this city. 

A variety of reading matter can always be found 
on Mt. lAhr's tables, also stati onery, &c feOly 

MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

N. FOTUIESEU, Proprietor, 

Corner 5th & Wal>ashaw streets, St. Pa«I, Minn. 

This bouse is the most centrally located m the city, 
is owied and conducted by the undersii^ned, who, 
from long experience, feels competent to give entire 
satisfaction t'j all who may favor the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

Comfortable and commodious stables are attached 
to Xh» hou.se. 

Boiird bv the day or week at prices corresponding 
with the times. N. HJTGIESER. 

decVly. 

UNION HALL, 

n Ik' G JB O R U X B Mi J\' X , 

Wiio has removed his well known establishmeut 
from the basement to the brst floor. His Hall is fltted 
up in a first clase style and the bar is stocked with 
the fmesl imported Liquors and Wines. Lill's XXX 
Stoc'.c Ale, and Pittsburgh Ale and Porter. His No. 1 
Oystsrs are served up in a g(X)d style for the low price 
of only 30 cents per dozen. Remember the UNION 
HALL, below Ihivenport's Boob Store, Third street. 

fir-dly 

— PITTSBURGH 
Ale and Porter Depot, 

J^CHSOJV ST. nXTiy/iJBjy 5th tf Glh. 



The Old Established 



WHOI.tSAI.K ANP BFTKII, 



CROCKERl HOUSE 



GKOCEKIES. 



ur 



SEND? fiRECTING TO HIS CUSTOMERS 
MINNESOTA, IN PAKOTA lERRlTO- 
RV, AND BEYOND THE BRTISH LINK. 



IN 



the niggers,' proves. God bless you." 



B U S I .V K S 8 J^ O C .§ L S 



APRIL. — Hk.<l ihk Sick, — Disea-ses of the Bowels 
and Stomach are always caused by large deposits of 
hurtful matter, left by bad or impure blood in those 
Wuportrut organs, and the poisonous material in this 
v;tiated blood, acting on the system, makes it too weak 
to throw off this matter by the natural channels, or 
if any is carried off it is a very small portion. So 
aii.-ie diarrhea and dysentery, coMc, coativeness, bad 
breath, indigestion, naosea, lo.'^s ot appetite, belching 
of wind off the .stomach, etc. To cure at these, *' the 
blood is the life," and must be perfectly pure and 
clean, tnea you cannot l)e sick. A short use of JUD- 
.'^ON'S MOLI.VTAIM UBRB PILLS »ill delight you. 
You will feel with surprise their migh'y power, and 
he willing to say with the red man of the West, truly 
they are the " mighty healer." 

Sold by all Medicine dealers. apr5 

DinnKRU A.vD Croup. — For these formidable and 
danger(ia.s diseases, Trask's Magnetic Ointment is an 
unl'ailinij; remedy, it used in season. Apply freely to 
the Throat and Chest and cover wiih a hot tlannel. 
Tliis ointment has be^n liefore the public over twenty 
years, and it.i constantly increasing d-mand has es . 
tablished its reputation as a superior Liniment in all 
■lates where a soothing and relaxing remedy is requir- 
ed, particularly in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, InQam- 
matiou of the Bowels and Kidneys, Spmal affections, 
Sore Eyes, Burns, Piles, Wounds and Bruises, 

Sold by all DruggiBts — price 25 cts. marl3d<!Sw 



M. DORNIDEN. 

His just received a splendiil stock of the above, 
Alef and Porter, which h^ will warrant superior to any 
in tlie city, and wiU sell cheap for cash, by the barrel, 
half barrel , bo' tie or glass. 

Also a fine stock of Liquors and Cigars at whole- 
cal^ and retail nrtv'2S:rlv 



FOR SALE. 
The Second Annual Report 

OK THK 

COMMISSIONER OF STATISTICS 

Is for sale at,hi« offlce at the Capitol, or at the Book 
Stoi-es in St. Paul. Orders by mail must be adj 
dreised to the undersigned. 
Price — covering the cost of publishing and maiUng — 
36 CENTS PEK COPY. 

J. A. WHEELOCK, 

UomiBissioner of Statisties. 
Mareh 10, 1862. marlljSm 



That being one of the Oldest Buiiuess Houses in 
the State, (the present being the eleventh year of 
its existence,) R. MARVIN feels cmfiddDt that he 
need not urge its claima on the public pation&ge. 
The extent tf country over which its bu'-iness has 
spread is the best proof that its claims are not un- 
recoruized. The unwavering det« rmination which 
he has leit tince the crisis, and in tie hardest times, 
to maintain his business uai place : t on a par with 
similar eitablishmentji in the larg-est cities of the 
West, have been so fully apprecisted by the mer- 
chants of the State, that he feels bound to ledouble 
his efforts, not only for the benefit of his bosinees, 
but for the pride he feelii in his adopted city. 

Mr. R. wonld call on the citizens of St. Paul, and 
especially the old residents who remember " the day 
of small things," not to forget tha', he still bas a 

RETAILING D E J' A B T M E N 1 

fur everything in his line, including alFO, 

Carbon Oil and Lamps 

OF EVERY KIND, 

HIM NETS & WICKS. 
OIL CANS, &C., &c., &C., 

A Fine Stock of 

FINE AND COMMON TABLE CVTLEBT 

A Large Stock < <f 
JHi/taOHS «- LOOKMJyr^.GLJSSRS. 

An Immense Stocii of 

Ol^ASSW/. KK. 

St. PaoJ , .January, 1862. janldlyj 



S. K. P U 1 N A M . 

CORNER 3rd AND MARKET STREETS ST. I'AJt'L, 

WBOUBALI Ann KKtkW. DUUR IN 

FAMILY GROCERIES 
l^ROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on hand a fall stock of Choice 
Goods Huite<l to this market, including Kluur, Cora 
Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Fresh Roll, Jar and Fi»kio 
Butter, Dried Fraits of all kinds, including a Urge 
quantity of 

HASPBEUKIKS. 

Also Wooden Wtre, Roastp 1 and ttreen Ooflee, Spi- 
ces, Pickles, Choice Green au.' Black Tear., Sugar of 
allGrvIes, and in sburt, everything usually found in a 
Wbllassrted establishmeut. to which he invites the 
especial attention of all wbn wnat NICE GOODS AT A 
FAIR PRICK. novKiny. 

J . B 7~S lTc HT E rT 

DKAI.aK IN 

Family Groceries 

AKD 

I>RO VISIONS I 



AGENCY OF THE CELEBRATED DCNDA8 MILL 
FLOUR. 

CORNER lOi AND JACKSON STREETS, 

Opposite Interua.tional Hotel 



QOODS DKLIVEREn FREE OF CIURGE TO ANY 
PART OF IBE CITT. 



50 



186^. 



1863. 



1963. 



APRIL TENTH. 



Throat and Lungs.— At this season of the 
year, when coughs and colds are troublesome, 
every family should have a safe and certain 
2,100 I remedy at hand. Ransom's Hive Syrup and 
Tolu is the very thing. It is not only pleas- 
ant for children to take, but is a certain cure 
for Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, and all atiections of the Throat 
and Lungs. 
Sold by all Druggists, Price 25 cents. 



Mb Forney's Opinion. — Mr. Forney, of 
tlie Ptiiladelpbia Press, knows men and par- 
tiif, in this country as thoroughly as any 
other man, and his views are justly entitled 
to consideration in all matters of political 
expediency. What he says in the follow^ 
ing paragraph of one of hia recent letters, 
however, carries with it intrinsic force, to all 
men who can read the signs o( the times : 

'The republican party can be the party 
of the whole country, now that the democ- 
racy has fallen into the hands of Breckin- 
ridge leaders, if the wise and weighty 
counsels of such men as W. Pitt Fessenden, 
of Maine, and John Sherman, of Ohio, are 
heeded and acted on. I say of the whole 
country, unless we acknowledge the justice 
of secession by recognizing the theory (Mr- 
Sumner's) that the revolted States are, by 
the compelled action of a dominant minori 
ty, out of the Union forever ; in which case, 
the whole secession domain would revert 
to the federal government, and the great 
object of the war, the restoration of the 
Union, would without doubt be post- 
pnid or defeated. Indeed, immediate 
ji iice, whether honorable or not, must fol- 
low upon the heels of any such idea as the 
n cojioiiion of secession, by the passage of a 
law subordinating the seceded States 
into territories. Tliis much, at all 
events, seems to be certain. The Republi- 
can party has been most successfully vin- 
dicated against the charge of sectionalism, 
since Mr. Lincoln's election to the Presi- 
dency. Chosen by the Northern States, 
his very first act was to prove his obliga- 
tions to the whole Union, and his friends in 
Congress have proceeded upon the same 
idea. Why should this vantage ground be 
lost ? The Breckinridge leaders, anxious to 
recover last power, charge that Mr. Lin- 
coin and the Republicans do not wish to 
see the Union restored. Under this ullegu'- 
tion, and in the midst of loyal professions, 
they bide their sympathies with the traitors 
in arms, and awaken partisan prejudices. 
The common-sense duty is to defeat this 
crafty scheme. Remember, it is not only 
the highest statesmanship to dissipate preju- 
dices against the Repablicans in the South, 
but to hold secure possession of the confi- 
dence of the North and the Northwest. 
Divided in the latter, the Breckinridge or- 
ganization would rush in between the con- 
tending Republican factions and re-assume 



Allies, under Gen. Canrobert and Lord Rag- 
lan, 13,000, viz.: 8,000 English and 5,000 
French. 
Russians, under Gen. D.innenberg, 46,000. 

AIlipi Russians 

Killed and Wounded 4,126 10,500 

MonUbeUo—May 20, 1859. 
Allied French and Sardinians, under Gen. 
Forley, 11,500. 
Austrians, under Count Stadion, 25,000. 

Allies. Austriim. 

Killed and wounded 900 2,000. 

Magenta — Jane 4, 5, 1859. 
Allies, under Napoleon ILL, 110,000. (?; 
Austrians, under Marshal Hess, 140,000. (?; 

.^lli".*. Ai)itri:ins. 
Killed, wounded, & prisoners 3,000(?) 20,000(?) 
Pittsburg Landing— April 6, 7, 1862. 

National force, 1st and 2d day, estimated 80,000 

Rebel force, estimated 100,000 

National loss, killed, wounded, and 

missing, say 5,000 

Rebel loss, killed, wounded and miss- 
ing, say 6,000 

The actual strength of the National force 
engaged at Bull Run was 18,000 ; but the 
reserve amounted to 17,000 more, making 
the entire National army 35,000. The 
Rebel force, according to their own show- 
ing, was 40,000, with a reserve of 25,000 
at Manassas— in all. 65,000. The Nation- 
al loss, in killed and wounded, was l,590j; 
and the Rebels reported their loss, in 
killed and wounded, at 1,593. 



Private Milunbry.— JIr». M. L. STOAKES respect- 
ful y announces to the ladies of St. Paul atd vicinity, 
that i-he is prepared to make all kinds of SILK AND 
STRAW BONNETS at her private residence on Wa.sh- 
ington street, in the rear of the City Hall. My atten- 
tion willbe given entirely to Millinery, and, with many 
years" experience, I Bitter myself I cannot fail to 
pi as" the most fastidious. 

A handsoriie assortment of Feathers, Flowers and 
Ribbons will be kept constantly on hand and no pains 
will be spared to have the latast pattern.^. 

N. B. My general day of opuring will be on Thurs- 
day, May l<t. In the meantime 1 am prepared to do 
Spring work. Bleaching and Pressing, and all kinds 
of rpp:iiiing done on the shortest notice. marl9.3m 



THE 



CONTIIAB.4KDS— IlVCIUEiVrS 
OFCA^^PLIFE. 

From the New Fork Evening Post. 

The following letter from Newbern is 
from Mr. Vincent Colyer, of this city, 
whose name is familiar to many of our 
readers in connection with the army work 
of the Young Men's Christian Association 
of New York. It gives a most interesting 
picture of affairs in that region : 

"Nkwbern, N. C, April 2. 

" Dear B : I have now upon my 

hand^j, to feed, find shelter and occupation 
(or, full one thousand colored people — 
men, women and children. I had two 
hundred and thirty able bodied men to 
breakfast at my house this morning. Eacii 
of these men are to receive eight dollars 
a month, board and clothes. The General 
sent an order for rae to employ as many as 
I could, up to fi ve thousand, at the above 
wages. 

" I have been appointed Superintendent 
of the Poor, as a Newbern paper whieh I 
send you will show ; and under this head- 
ing I am doing work. The men are mostly 
employed iu the trenches — building a lino 
of earthworks to protect the town on the 
west or land side, in the direction of 
Goldsboro. In the duties of my new ofBce 
I have to see to and supply the wants of 
the suffering popula'ion — the townspeople 
— whites as well as blacks. I have some 
sixty families of the whites ; and these are 
not all there are, as some go to the com- 
missary's depot for provisions. 

" .\mong the applicants for aid I have 
soniL- tivL" or six wives of soldiers in the Ma- 
nassas (now Richmond) rebel army. What 
do jou think of that V They were starving 
and we had either to feed them or act worse 
than heathen. Is not thit getting into the 
rear of the • enemy,' when we are in his 
home supporting his wives and children ? 

" Yesterday 1 had an application lor snp- 
port from the widow of a late United States 
Major General, the wife of an officer who 
had served in the Mexican war, and she was 
a daughter of a Colonel in the war of 1812. 



Tug immense stock of millinery and cy articles 
just opened at DUGAN'S, above the Bridge, Third 
street, St, Paul, where the wax lady is in the window, 
dou't look like hard tira's. For quantity iicd styles, 
it is unparalleled in the West. They have added a 
full line of dress and hoa.sekeeping g(K>ds, cloaks, 
shawLs, embroideries, hosiery, gloves, trimmings and 
ornannents of every description. Piles of cloths and 
lancy cloaking. Ladies acknowledge the designs su- 
perb and prices mcxlerate. octl6 



Important to Shippers 

J. C. & H. C. HURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agentu at St. Paul lor the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAIIuROAL>, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

Would respectfully call your attention to the .sup^ 
rior advantages ofiered by tbem over any other com 
peting line. 

THROUQH CONTRACTS 

Will be given to all points East. 
ALL CLAIMS FOR OVERCHARGES OR DAMAfiBS 
Will be settled upon presentation. 

We will also have the agency of 

r»AVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upp«r Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacrosse and Milwaukee Line receive and for 
ward all freight FREE OP WAREBOUSE CHARGES 
AT SAINT PAUL. 

49 MERCHANTS who design visiting the East for 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain FULL 
PARTICULARS. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

St, Paul, Feb. 26. 1862. feb26:d&wy 

NEW^RING STOCK. 



A NEW LOT OF 



SPRING DRESS 




A T 



UrOAN's MiUiaery and Dry Goods Rooms are crowd 
ed daily. Thny are selling a choice stock of Dry Good 
received from New York, at cost (all now and pretty) 
with an immense stock of bonnets, ribbons , laces and 
Millinery goods of every description less than cost. 
Bleached linens, shirt bosom.t and white goods in any 
qoantity are selUng right along — embroideries at a 
sacrifice. Parasols, fans, lace mits and summer goods 
generally at what any respectable customer is willing 
to give. Price not the object — they must get money. 
Ijidies. now is the time to buy. The store is Ko. 2 
Rodgers' Block, above the bridgpe. Third street , St. 
Paul, opposite the Express Office, where the wax lady 
in the window. 



Lamd for Salr of Exchanob.— 1080 acres in Mower 
county, well adapted for sheep and stock, low lor 
cash, or for good unencumbered property in St. Paul, 
or a fa<-ni in its vicinity. Address Box 18D°2, St. Paul 
Post Office. nov3 



Our Horsg, Third Strkit, OpposrrK Armory Hal . 
H. F. E VIIT,Proprie:or.— This old esUblished house 
is in full operation, and is prepared to furnish meals 
at all hours of the day or night. The bar is supplied 
with the very b«st Liquors. The larder is always 
ull. Oysters at 2b and 30 cents per dozen. Hot 
Coffee, Steaks, ^. &c. Give me a call. 

feb26:.Uy H. F. E. VTT. 

henry" mck e n t'yT 

DKALES IN 

REAL ESTATE, 

ST. r^auM., juijvjvbsotj. 

Will also locate Land Warrants and sell Real Es- 
tate on Commission. 
April 16. 1862. declOd&wiy. 

J. J. DUGAN'S 
MILLINERY STORE 

REM')VED TO THE 
CATHOLIC BLOCK 

A few doors below Day li Jenks's Drrg Store, 'M st. 
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS always 



I am prepared to exhibit a desirable stock of 

Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, 

At prices that will not fiil 
TO OIVE SATISFACTION, 

Congesting of 

DRC88 GOODS 

In s'eat variety. 

Sha-wls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
Grloves, 

MEN'S WEAR, &o. 



HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

GILBERT HUBBARD &C0. 

SHIP CHANDLERS, ; 

SAIL MAKERS, 

Whidesale and retail doaler-i iu 

TWINES AND CORUAOE, 

riO.» ami aOT AVatrr Slitcl, 

CHICAGO, ILL., 

.VouM ciH particular attention of the tr.vle to ojr 
stock, a.s we at all times lisve th" largest and 
l>est assortment in the We-it «'' ManilU and Tarred 
Rope. DiUihing Ropes, Bsgs. Bsd^jing and Burlaps, 
Canvas. Oakum, Tur, Pitch, Chuin^i and Tackle Blocks, 

COAL 7'AR ROOFING, I'lTCU & FELTING, 

Bed Oonl.-^, Clothes Line^, Broon. Twines all qualitieF, 
WrappiD g Twines in bunJles or barrels. Belt and Sash 
Cor'.s, 'Sett and KeineH. 

COTTON, FLAG AND HEMP TWINES 
Of every description. 

TEN'i'S ! TENTS ! TENTS ! TENTS! 

Of every kind. 
TAJiPAULINS AND WAGON COVERS 

Made iu any quantity «t short notice. 

RE0IMJ;>ITAL COLORS. -STANDARDS, FLAGS, 

GUIDONS, *< . &( . 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Army Regulations, con- 
stantly an hand and made to crder. mar30:d2m 

MIL-L FURNISHING-. 



CHlCAGa BRANCH OF JOHN T. NOVE'S 

OLD BUFFALO MILL FURNISHING ES- 

TABLISB'MENT, ESTii.BLISHED 1834. 



BOXJCS CUOICK MJUmBVimH 

Cheese, for sale cheap by J. B. SLlOHTElt, 
Comer 7th and Jackson. 

fL^WMi/tT .JJS'Jf M*l'HK OHIO Cinwth, 

t^ Just received and tor m.e by ihe tovrrel and gal- 
lon, at .SLICHTER'S, 

Corner 7th and Jackson. 

^^a large lot oi Fresh Can and Preserved Fruita 
at SLICHTER'S 

••W^ Wvall thf choice and favorite brands 
Also a fine lot ot pure Turkish ^^niOKing, and fin* 
cut Chewing Tobacco — the BEST in the city — for h».)m 
at prices to i-uit the times, at SLICHTKR'S. 

Opposite the International Hotel. 

JP wolf .MKK M.y wjjyrT ov ^ 
supply ot Family Groceries, call at the corner of 
7th and Jackscn streets, whtre you will find the best 
-elected stock of Family Groceries in the city, and 
where your wants will be supplied at pricein to suit 
the times. nov22-ly. 

*\£% HJtHHMiLS OMf TUB BUST .MJ^T- 

••^' ti explusiv*-, Htr..w ciuored Carbon Oil, at 
(XJMPETITION PRICES, bv the barrel aud gallon, at 

SiJCHTKR'8 

m^HJiSU OirSTtiUS HJiCJKIt^MIt MW 

-» Express daily— Mattby's celebrated Pearl Oys- 
ters—for gale by the case or can, at the lowest rates, 
at SLKIITER'S. 

150 Barrels 

OOARSE .So FINE SALT. 

For sale by 

j*n8dtf. 

CUA8 W. WOOLBT. 

C. W. WOOLLEY &CO., 

LOWER LEVEE, SAIN J fAUL 

F" OKAV^^H D I NO 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

DEALERS IN (*ROCERIESj 
(iUAIN, PROVISIONS, LIMF &0., AU 

AND 
A O E N 7 S FOR 1 a E 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 

Davidson's Line of Sle.amers, Minnesota River, 
Northern Transportation Company from the East , 
Excelsior " Young America" Conn Cobb Mill, 
Woodward's Smutterand Separator, 
Kerosene Oil Company of New York, 
C'tntracts for TrauKportation between St. Paul, Bos 
ton, NewlCngland, Moalreiil, New York and all poinW 
Kast, made upon the lowa>l aud most favorable lenns 
hy the .Northern Trau p<irtation Company 
Mark pack&ires, 

" W(X)LLET ft CO. 
St. Pa it.. 

For 

January 1 1861— dlj. 



E. &n. Y. BEIL. 



1. T. MAOCAULBT 



CALL AND SEE GOODS & PRICES, 

At the new store of 

A. S. ELFEIiT, 

aprlP:lm next door to Pieneer office. 

]csrE^\^ sua AJRS i 



JOHN T, NOYE, 

FLOUR PACKER, 

Manufacturer ef ererr description of 

MILL MACHINERY 

AND 

French Burr Mill Stones. 



on hand. 



aprl6:lm 



jnMJ%'J\'KSOTJ 

MAIL PACKET, 



BMf^MB 



A N T K L. O P E , 

FROM SAINT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

Will run daily between the above named 
IH>ints, leaving Carver at 5, Cbaska at 6, 
and Shakopee at 7 o'clock, arriving at 
St. Paul in time to connect with the LaCrosse, Prai- 
rie du Chien, Dubu'iae and Dunleith line of packets. 
Leaves St. Paul, Lower Levee at 2 : Upper Levse, at 
2% P. M. (JEORQE HOUtJHTON, Master. 

apr'i-i^iu 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO. 

Are just in receipt, per steamer MQwauicee, of their 
first installment of 

GROCERIES, 

Including SEVENTY-FIVE PAOKAfiBB of assorted 

P. R. OOFFEE. 

CRUSHED & GRAN. SUGARS, 

At low fignres for cMh 
aprl9:lw • 

WXOjy^BJf Jr SMXtBMj 

IB U I I. E> E K. S . 

Shop in old Baptist Church BaikHog.lon Fifth street 
near Jackson. All kinds of GarpeDtcr Work done to 
order. 

m« SMMMBM^ .M BCiMMTXCT. 

vKV^^flSce in sarae building asUeo n»rd& Sheire's 



Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, aaar Jackson. De 
signs. Plans, and Speeifteationa for BcKddlDga of every 
aeacription, prepared on short nvtie*, fibia-ly 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENT TUBi?l>'E WA- 
TER WHEELS 

Fitted with Cast Steel or Boili-r Iron Buckets, '^"■ 
ranted to produce a high per centage of power. 

IMPROVED SMUT MACHINES AND SEPARATOR.'^ 

UAT ANI> GRAIN !tIi:PARATUR!«. 

John T. Noye's Improved Centrifugal, feeding. Flour- 
ing and (iri.'^t Milis. 

€\tST STBML Mll.l, PiCKS. 

Also, DUFOUR & CO. 3 CELEBRATED 

Aiiclioi* Brand Koltiug Cloth 

MILL CASTINGS.— Tht! entire Machinery of 
Mil «, from the Hinallegt Castinga to the whole ar- 
rangement for the largest cla.'4 of Fleuring Mills, at 
mach less cost than is u>iual, 'vill be furnished at my 
Manuafctory, and Branch at Chicago, III. 

JOHN T. NOYE. Buflalo, N . Y. 

WOT. F. NOYK, Agent- 

28 Market street, L ii.lB Block, Chicago. 
JcH» Wbbhtkr, Millwright. aprll«m 

J. C. ft H. C. BURBANK & 0>., Agents at St. Paul. 



JAPAN ESE_ WHEAT. 

A Nkw Kind oy GRAi.N k.vhw.v as Japanbbr Wh«ai 

Id ISTROnrCK) To TllK PniLIC AXP FARMSRii 
CK Ml.V.SICKlTA, 

By the subscribers, who have grown it on their place 
lait year. This remarkable Wheat is amazingly pro- 
ductive, producing over one hundred bui-hels to the 
acre. It matures in seventy days from the time 11 is 
>-o«n, aud weighs fiflv six pounds to the bushel 
The heads of the gr.iin average ten inches in length. 
U ripens while the leaves and stilk are green. The 
stalk is so strong that it never lodges daring the must 
serere storms. It will latten hogs as weli as corn, 
and at le's than one half of the expense It produces 
from three to six Urns of fodder to t he acre fully 
equal to ihe t)est timothy or clover hay. Us nutn- 
tirms qualities are such that all kinds of stock prefer 
it t ■ any oi the gra«M•^ used for fodder, after a very 
large proportim of the (train is threshel off. It will 
Bland the mo.-l severe drouth. It is exoellent for 
feeding poultry. It yields thirty pounds of Flour to 
the bushel. 

Price — ON'E DOLLAR per package, with full direc- 
tions. 

49-One package sown as directed, will produce 
enouifh seed lo raite next year from 600 to 800 bush- 
els of tfe Wheat. 

.St>ld by il.e following Agents in St. Paul : 
B. Gallaway ; J. 0. Raguet & Co.; 

r>»y & Jcnks ; C.ios We..!e ft Bros.; 

B. Presley ; E. W. Eddy ; 

Beaumont ft Gordon. 

For sale in Minneapolis by W. H. Leonard & Co. 
Ureely A <iniy ; O. M. Laraway; Kelly A Bro. 

St Anthony— Charles Crawford, T F. & . U. An 
drews. 

4^Persnns living at a distance can be supplied 
with « package per mail, by fending a dolUrand lour 
DOS age li^mps encloseu in an envelope, addressed to 
K. (iAlJ^AWAY, St. Paul, or W. H. LEONARD, Min 

ueapolis 

^ H. & B. JACICSOW, 

feb7— dkwSn I^ke Minnetopka. 

St. Paul Chair Factory. 

GALLKY & JANSEX, 

Manufacturerii and Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

CHAIRS 

UF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
fl^f,f,-^mh€t^ utrttt, bet. 5th K 6fA, St. Pmml, 



NEW CUSTOM 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



I have opened a first class BWJT AND SHOE STORK 
in the Phenix Block, fwcond 1 -or from the Bridge, 
where I shall be pleased to se«> all ef my old friends 
and customers, pledging m.TSelf to sell as low as any 
other house in the city. 

The custom department will be under the supervis- 
ion of Mr. J. SaEIL.KR, wltfee reputaton is wel 
established for being tbe best )> cwtraaker in the city. 

All work warranted. 

E. K. BUQHSON, 

iaar22:dl7 Agent. 



We are or^par^d to snpply the trade with the ?erjr 
best quality of work, nuide under our personal sup-r 
vision, and 
WJiBBJJirTKMt SUPMiBMOB 

To any manulactired in the State. 

Twelve years experieoee in this trade enables us to 
do good work in go.'Jd style. 

We refer to the foflowing principal Cabinet dealers 
of St. Paul, who seil our work iu prelercnae to that 
of other mannfeotarers, lor the reason that they con- 
sider ours the iMSt. 

J. A. Steeti, 
J. S. DennisOu. 



J. Primrose, 
F. Hildebrand, 



J. Donev. 



feh2I-4Aw1r 



B M jy T . 

STGNIi BTORK 



nn o 

THE 

On Wabashaw street, near Th rd, frotn May 1st, 1802, 
for one or a term of years. / Iso to Ivase Iota on the 
lisree, Wabashaw and Third ftreets. 

SPENCER «i CABV KB, 
AprU lOtb, IMS. apll:lia loifprsoll's BkMski 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One ol the best 

CLAIRVOYANTS k FORTUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, can be consulted for a short time 
at her residence on Eighth utreet, between Wabashaw 
and St. Peter, name on the door. 

Terms — Clairvoyant Examinations , tl ; P»st,Pres. 
ent and Future L*dies, 26 cenU, QentJmuen, SO e«nto 

Hnnrs from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. aprt:6m 

UNION HOTEL, 

JU. hVBBJymBMMtlB, rr0prU%mr^ 

OOR. 4th ft WABASHAW STS. ST. PAUL. 
GOOD STABLING is connection with the House. 

Thishoose has been built this summer, is fitted up 
Mid furnished in the best style, and is prepared to 
Bocotumo-Ute travelers awl b arders <>n reasooabl* 

ierms. 
j^ Board by the day or WMk aa low aa anj otter 
in the oity. oovMwtaio, 




i I 



THK SAINT PALL PllESS, THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1862 



'-3^1 



®t|f §'aint |laul |rfss. 

IN TliU 

8T. PAUL DAILY A^D WKEKLI PKKSS. 

ikiS LINKS T>> A !<(Jl'AKE, HKlNli A lJ»iAl h\>UO. 

l.tCiiAl, AUVKKTISEMKNTS, 

PCBIISUSD ONCK K WKHK.Ut'tUK t.f OAILT OR WUKLT 

Kirm Insertion 75 Onts p«r Square. 

fc^cU sub*«Hjvu'Qt ia.sertion.8">i •■ " 

l^,C!vl Ailverti.Hemt'ntst pubU.iheKl at the expenwe of 
tLr Attorneys onieriog, ami iu>t JeUyHbln for the le- 
gal prooeeUiugs. l>utooliect*ble in »il»uoe,or on JeliT- 
ery of svtfi.^avit. Publishers ui>t lM^couat&ble for the 
acvuracv of leifnl d-lverluienieats beyonJ the aiuount 
ehar^t^l for thr.ir publication. 

Ailvertbienieuts publiMb»l in both the Daily and 
tVetkly will be chanje<1 the lull daily rates with one 
bal' the weekly r.ites adued. 

A-lvtrtiseiueuts laadetl naA pUced under the heiid 
of St>ecial SoMjes, if ten liues or over, will be charged 
double the u->usl rate<i ; u' under thai amount, (Ifty 
oeuls for each insrrlion. 

Yearly advertiserti to pay iiuarterly. 

A'Weili-^emeuts, lor a lexs lime than three months, 
to l"^ paid in advance. 



0jf \. H-VKM^'.N, 

in oirculalmif the 

tow U.S. 

4^^ LKdcrediled 
tent to UH hereafter 
at wliicii we UKU df 
aoc-ndiUijIy 



Ksq. , nl MinneHpoliH, and Wet- 
, at St. Aulhony. Will act a«A|:eDtH 
Dailv t'KKjd in theii respective 

Ulinuin and Wiitcouaiu currency 

will be received only at the rates 
p >sil It, and orevlit will be given 



t*o«t UIHvt-, St. PunI, Miiiiicaola. 



wnci Hoi'iw. 
Ua ween (lays from ! I'clock a a. U> 7 o'clock P M 
Oa Sundays, fruui ii o'clock *. to 1 o'clock P. M. 

b'lVM llK AKRIVAL AUD DIP^KICIUI Of TIU MAILS. 

St. I'aul to 1* Croise, carrying v'oe eMtem and 
toulhurn mail. 

Leaves daily, except Friday, at 6 A. %. 

Arrives daily, excep'Tues lay, at Up. M. 

St. Paul to Fallc > t St. Croix, Wiiiconain, via itill- 
w*ter, leaves daily , except Sunday, at 7 a. m. Arrives 
daily, except Sunday, at IJ ». 

SI Paul oCr.)w Wm({, (Dppor Miasissippi river.) 
Leave* daily , except Sumlay , for St. Anthony and Min- 
neapoli.s, at 8 A. M. and 3 P. .M. 

.^l, I'aul to St. Cloud and Crow Wing, Monday 
Wednesday and Friday, at 5 \. M. 

Arrives Jai'.y, except Sunday, from St. Anthony an 
Miuneapolis at 6 P Ji. 

Arrive* trom St. c'loud Tuesday, Thursday an 
Saturday, at 7 p.m. 

Mail* tor Kort Abeccrimibie. Breckinridge, ic , on 
Ke^l River, are disptktched ou Monday and Friday, at 
• a. %. 

St I'aul to St>utU Bend, Mi anesola river, leaves dai- 
ly, except Sundays, at S A. M. Arrives daily, except 
(Sunday, at 6 p.m. 

^^t I'-iul to Xorthaeld, oarryiuir m;*!! for Faribault, 
l)wat»>n:ui .tc. , leaves .Vlonday, Wednesday and Friday. 
.it j A. n. Arrives. Tu-sday, Thursday and .-iaturdAy, 

at 7 P. ■- 

St. I'Aul to Itecorab. lowa, via Canuun FalUs, Koch: 
•Bier, Jttf, leaves Moo.lay and Thursday, at 7 a.m. 
At.ives at St. Paul, \Ve<lnesd.-iy aa«'. Saturday, at 7 

r » 

St. Haul to Superior, Wisconsin, leaves Monday and 
to Sunri.se city only, Thursday, at 5 am. Arrives 
Tuesday, and from Sunrise city only, Saturday at 6 

'st Paul toSpartu, Wis., viaHudson, eaves Tnenday, 
Thursday and Saturday, at 8 a. m. 

.Arrives Monday, Wwlnesday and Friday, at 5 P M. 

ht. Paul to Cottage Grove, via Newport, Ac, loaves 
Saturday, it 1 P. M Arrives Saturday, at 12 M 

St Paul to Red Wing, supplying Pine Bend and 
Kiuinger, leaves WB<luosday at 8 a m. ArrivesTues- 
dav at 6 P. M. 

ICasteru mail closes at 7 P M. 

Mail* leaving before 7 o'clock AM., close at 7 P M. 

All ethers cl'i.--' half au hour before the »ime ot 

•tariliiK 

Tae postage apon all transient printed matter, for- 
•igu and domestic, and upon all letters, foreign and 
domeslii*, is u«jw required to be fully prepaid by Unit- 
ed Slates ;i.;st!iite stamps, except in cases where pre- 
payment on letters, fcc., to foreign countries is opli- 
ous.1 anil the senders do not wish to prepay. 

I'era<'us m">ilii.i: letters, newspapers, &c., whether 
doiuesli'J or to imrign countries, should therefore ^'8- 
Mrtaic at the oHiue ol mailing, the exact postae^e 
ta e.ich ea.se. and affix United States postage stamps 
A su:licieot value tu prepay the full postage thereon. 
i.'HAS. NICHOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Piiul. Dec. -t, I'^ei 

JiOUKS & >TA'ri()NEKY 

^DlllELD. MERRILL, ^ 



WHOLfijALE AND RETAIL DEALER I.N' 



B()()KS& STATIONERY 



ST. TAUL, xMlNN. 



A^-TA BK.l.nS fJPBB, 
j^tW and Ruled. 


FI.JIJV 


g^OI.H FKJ^'H, STUJil. 

^Jf and Pencils to suit all. 


fBJVS 


rmyxriK bust **uiTiJ\'tj 

■M. MINE INKS 


X CJU- 


SoO^OOO «-^^* 


O M^ B S . 


m^ M .§ M MBS 

MM 186a. 


BOB 


^M r.JU0»B STOCK Otf 

•-■• AND ACCOUNT BOOKS 


BM.JM'li 


jr^ r £. fc s MJePL *♦ o *• 

m: books. 


SCMOOr. 


m l-^HUB E.OT OMf WJlMitj P^- 

^M. PER CHKAP. 



^ 



MMSCBI^LJ' 

Picture, Play, Toy 



I^HUB LOT OB 

NEOUS ARTICLtS. Also 
aud other Children's Books. 

49~0ountry Custom respectfnlly solicited. ..fitr 

D. D. HIERBIIjL.. 



T 



UK BC^CB TO HBT TUB BBST 



MILITARY BOOKS, 

For Infantry, Cavalry aud Artillery, is at 

Oct:"." MK.RRIl.L'-l STOKK. Thir.1 Str»o'. 



mA 



s Goon ^9 jjyrW'—PBaHJiPS 

BETTEii- 1 



of Wm. Manlius 
Miineenta I). D 



The celebrated Writing Fluid 
Smith is now ottered tor sale in 
HERRILL. St. Paul, is our Agent. 

This Ink has been thoroughly tested, and is now 
useflby B inkers, Riilroi 1 officers. State I^egislatures, 
and by business men tlirjiighout the country. 

Arnoia's Fluid is no better, but being subject to 
kigh t'riff, is more expenaive. 

Americans -h >u'd use this Ink, iMaose, 1st, It is 
as good as any. 'Jnd. It costs less. 3d, You should 

PATRONIZK "HOME INDUSTRY." 

Thoce who wish samples, can have them free of 
eharge, by calliuz on our Agent, D. D. MERRILL, 3d 
•treet, near the Bridge, St. Paul 

SmXH & BROWNWKU., 

jan21d0m. Mann'actarers, Manlius, New York 



BURJ^ANK'S STAGES. 



1861 WINTER 1862 

ARRANGf EMENT ! 



Miiine.sota Sta^c Company, 

CABKVINU THE 

NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

a.nu thm 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 



PKOPKIXrOKS, 

J. C. BURBANK & CO. JOHN L. MERRIAM. 



The roads are well stocked with First Class Horses 
Concord Coaches, with careliil and experienced Dri- 
vers, all under the control of competent Agents. 



SCHKDUI.K 

OF DEPARTURES FROM SAINT PAUL 
For Ua«tiugs, Ke<l tVmg, Reade, Wabashaw, Wino- 
na, La Crosse, (connecting with the La tros.se aud 
Milwaukee Railroad) daily, at C o'clock a. m 

For St. Anthony and Minneapolis — twice daily, at 8 
o'clocx A. M., aud 'J.T. M. 

For Manomin, Anoka, Monticelio, and St, Cloud — 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 o'clock A. M 

For Sauk Rapids, Ikdle Piairie, ort Ripley aud 
Cri'W Wing — Mordiiys aud Fridays, at 4 a. m. 

ForStillwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 

For Marine. Taylor's Falls and the Falls of St. Croix 
— Mondays aud Thursdays, al 8 o'eloc's a. m. 

For Superior — Every Monday, at 4 o'clock a. m 

For Sunri.se, with connecticms at Bayfield — E^ery 
Monday and Thursday, at 4 o'clock am. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria, Pomme 
de Terre, Breckinridge, and Fort .\bercrombie — 
Mondays and Friday*, at 4 o'lock a. .m. 

For Georgetown, Pembina, Fort Garry, and the Red 
River Settlement — Every Fn.iay at 4 o'cl'jck A. M. 

For further particulars euquiie at the General Olhce 
on Third street, near the •' American, "'or at the Office 
of tli-i North Western Express Company. 

St Paul, Nov. 24, 1861. noV24dly 

GOODS AT LA CROSSR 

Merch ints and othere desiring goods brought up 
from L-a Crosse C!»n m.'xke special contracts at 

M. O »' K S T B J T B S , 
on application to us. 

Special and LOW r.-ites will also be given firom New 
York and Boston, by Express or by " Merchant's 
Di latch.'' 

ItOtetut ttaleg Uteen oh Burt 

an t other return freight. Gallon us before making 
contracts. J. C. BURB.\NK & CO. 

no-f 24 



jn 



O I. J « S B S . 

Sugar Uoiise in buls. . ualf barrels and kegs. 
For sale low. ''OOi EY. TOWE<: .t CO. 

lOA *^^^^ SVtJ^a HOVSB, €/OI,m 

-■-"" den iind Amber, a choice article, at 
J. .^ K. C BURBANK .v Co.'s 

/W L^ROB STOCK. OB BMJVB M^M- 

•^ quors and Cigars, which we offer at price.s that 
will insure quick laled, st 
J. C. .<: H- C. BURBANK .t Co. 'a 

«»fk|t BHLS. ASSOBTBU WBMSKW, 
V»\9\F f,,r gale at 

f. n. ft I. C. iUTflB Vitv & Co 



lOfl "^'^ SVti^B HOVSBy tiOL- 

-^"" den and Amber Syrup, a choice article, at|^ 
.1 C. & H. C. BUKBAV'K & Co.'a^„ 

&"^9 tyr boxes Haiains. crop of 186], at 

J. C. >v fl. C. BUKBANK Js Co.'s 

BBLS. STV^BT^S BBST BOJVB W 

Syrup, a choice a-ticle. lor taole u.-ie, at 

J C & H. C BURBANK & Co.'g 

f O^ B^CK^GBS ^SSOBTBD 

-"-'^w^ pruit,.,^ consisting of Plums, Prunes, Cur 
rants and Citron, ail new crop , lor nale at prises to 
suit the tin.es. Ht .1. C * H C. BURBANK /t Co 's 

K.9»^f prime article, at low figures, at 

J. 0. .t H C. BURBANK Jk Go's. 



sso 



50 



tiBJiJS'T>S PJITBJVT BJi^\Wijy'H 

MiUsfor sale at manufacturer's prices, at 

J. C. ft H. 0. BURBANK ftCo.'s 

'Wi fPU WILL. BtJ\^M OJ^B OB TUB 

■B. largest and bust selected stocks of Groceries in 
the West, at the warehouse of 

■ ecI9. .I.C * H C- BURBANK .t C 



B i J^ T B B S 



I JV K S 



All sort*, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
manufactory of J E Wade, New V'>rk, toa sale at 
manufacturer's prices, by 

rteclQ r C * H. 0. BURBANK .t Co 



/fOfI aOXBS ^ISSOBTBIt TOBJC- 

^:/^" CO, comprising all theTavorite brands, at 
J. &H.C. BURBANR&Co.'s 



50 



noXBJ\' BVBOIS BBST CMST 

Steel Axes. Also 30 doz. Red River Axes. Al- 
so "26 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, firPT quality, at 

J. C. & H C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

50 BARRELS 

OE 

C^RBOISr OILl 

ALSO A Qi-A>-rrrT or 

CHICAGO CliK.VM ALE, 

For sale by .(. C. i-' H. C. BURBANK * Co. 

dec5. 



H. 



J. UU^MMJr^BM 

JVC ILL S 



s co.*s 



SITUATED ON rilALONS 9RKEK, WHERE 
THE STILLWATER ROAD CROSSES. 

This Mill is ju.st complete>l, and is in good running 
order. Our machinery embraces all the latest im- 
provemeut-s, aud wa.s g'lt up in the East, without re- 
gard to expen.se. It has two run of Burrs, which 
will be kept ruanmg night and day, so that farmers 
coming from a listance can be accommodated without 
mnch delay. 

The need of a fir-it class Mill o this kind has long 
been fell by the citiiens of St. Paul and vicinity. 
We have secured the services of James Craigie , who 
has maile milinu; the business of his life, and in whom 
we can place entire confidence. 

All kifids of grain will be weighed when brought to 
the Mill, and also when taken away, if desired. We 
feel confident in saying to the public that we can 
make as g<KMl Flour and as great a yield to the bnshel 
af any Mill in Minaesota, and respeetluUy solicit a 
btir trial. 

Al.so a new Mill for grinding corn in the ear> 

0^ AU work done at this Mill is warranted. 

8ep'20 d&wly 

WISCONSIN NUK8£RI£S 



rm^ o 



.ff f BBlBJS'ns K P.MTBOJVS. 



Having engaced my services to the Messrs. J. C. & 
H C. Burbank t C'>. , co-n'^r Levee and Sibley streets, 
I may be found in the Who.csale Grocery Department, 
where it wi'l altord m • ple.isure to see my old cus- 
tomers once more. 

We shall have _a large and well selected stock of 
gooils, usually kept in our lin>', ou hand, which I re- 
8p"cttully ask you to examine before purcha.sing el.se- 
where. I hope to merit for the house a portion at 
least of that patronage you have heretofore so liber- 
ally bestowed upon me 

m«r8 A. L. LARPENTEUR. 



JE 



ST^BLISUEtt 183 9. 



S . T . SUIT'S 
KENTUCKY PREMIUM 

Salt liiver Bourbon. 



S. T. 



S. T. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



SUITS KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



1854 



1S56 



THI*: ABOVH IF 

IS G- E N U 
A D D R K 



BIJRNKL. 

I N E. 

S S 



S. T. SUIT, 

Salt River Distilleries, 

K K N T IT G K Y . 



Farmen and Gardeners or the North^rest 

We call your attention to this Nursery, the stock 
which embraces everything in the Nursery line. Lo- 
cate<I on the high open prairie, the trees all g^ow 
with SHORT, STOCKY BODIE.'*— set twice or three 
times over in the nursery. Owing to the perfect har- 
(linesa of it« trees, &c., the 9tock is well adapted to 
the mil and climate of 

THK NORTHWEST. 

Please call and examine or send lor catalogue price 
Iwt. Orders solicited early, as those first received 
will first b« Blle<l. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

General Northwestern Agent. 
Office in S«wfog Macbin* Depot opponte Thompson 
Biog. Bank, Third street, St. Paul. 
feb4-d*wly 



We have the above celf'brated Whisky for site. 

BEAUMONT h GORDON, Wholesale Groeeri- 

nNOK & THEOBALD, •« «• 

J. C. RAGUKT & C<J., " «« 

W. W. WEBB, " " 

WM. LEIP, " " 

BARTLETT PRESLKY, " " 

aplia ly H MORIN " •' 

R K M O V A. L . 



DKY (;OOi)S. 



riSTA,' tJUKJT s^ahK nt 

DRY aOODS 

IS COSTINUKD AT THk 

ISTe^v Store 



D. \V. INCJKRSOLL At CO., 

IN 1NGKR80LLS BLOCK., 

Aotl at prices in many instances 
LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF 13tFOR7A 
TION AND MANUFACTURE. 

Much of the immense stock now ofleretl for sal« l>a« 
(>eeu selected from the 

LARGE AUCIION SALEti 

OF 

DRY aOODS, 

f.V TUB CiTl' Ol-' Jh-BW %'OUHt ^1 

PANIC PRICES. 

1 B E 1 K LARGE STOCK Of 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

ot every variety of quality, will be sold at prices to 

SUIT THK TIMKS. 

Mottled Morella Cloths, from iO to 'Zbc per y«rd ; 

Plaid Foil De Chevres 
Kmbroidered Foil De Cheveres, 

Kvery variety of Ohalieya, 
Erabroidtired and Grey GriBaiiles, 

Blue, Green and Fink Barrege Lexafina. 

English, French and American Mousline de 

Laines; Friuted Lawns in great 

variety. 

A splfendid stock of (glingbama ; 

AI.80 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY 

SILKS 

Men and Boys' Summer Wear ; 
Broadcloths ; black and fancy Cas?ni.ere8 
Satinetts, and Summer Clothe. 

ALSO 
A VERY LARGK SIOCK OP 

HOSIERY, GLOVES fAND 
EMBROIDERIES; 

P^BJISOLS, SVJV VJtlBBBLLJS, Kc. 

ALSO 
A large stock of 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

COUNTRY T R A D K. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We also invite the attention at the Ladies to our new 
STYLES OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

OUR KNTIRK STOCK 

Will be sold for 

O A. S H , 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 

The Public are invited to visit our .New Store. 

D. W. INGKRSOLL & Co., 

al9-dlyhc St. Paul. Minnesota 

New Fall and Winter Goods. 



jpi on u B V *» o o n s j j>r'_u 

YANKEK NOTIO.NS 

00 Tl) 

"The Cheap Cash Store," 

NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 
THIRD -STREET, ?T. PAUL, MINN. 

We mean to keep up onr reputation for .selling 

DRY G^OODS CHEAP. 

Call and see for yourselves. Remember our 
motto^ 

"S.MALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES." 

nov2dlv H. KNOX TAYI.OR. 



W^OB S UJ WJLS, O B IjJ M JVB Sf 

•B^ Prints, Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Moslins, 
Tickings, Flannels, Gloves, Hosiery, Woolen )arn. 
Satinets, Cassimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, &c., 
&C., Jie. 

Go to the One Price Cheap Cash Store of 

H KNOX TAYLOR 

iiov2 dlv Tliird Street. St. Paul, Mian 



ERN£:ST ALBRIQ^HT. 

MAJtUrACTUHBR AJTD DKALS8 lit 

FURS OF ALL KINDS, 

Third Street three doors below Day & Jenks' Drng 
Sttre, St. Paul. 

Has constantly on band and makes to order ROBES 
IN EVERY .STYLE, 0)atfi Mittens, Gloves, Collars, 
Capes, Gaps, Moccasins, and in short, everything ap- 
pertaining to a Fur Store. 

All work warranted, and sold at the lowest orioes 
for cash. 

4^ Highest cash price paid for Fnrs. nov'24d4m 

NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEALERS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS. AXES, SPRINGS, AXLES, AN- 
VILS, VICES, BELLOWS, THIM- 
BLE SKEINS, HORSE NAILS, 

AND 
HEAVY HARD^'ARK GENERALLT. 

RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTIN6, 

GRINDSTONES, PITTSBURGH COAL, he. 

THIRD SlRhm, . . .ST. PAUL, MINN. 

49-SIGN OP THE ANVIL.-iSli 

4^ Agents for Herrmg & Co.'g celebrated FIKE 
PROO F SAFB8. feb7-dly 

RUDOLPH SCH(ENEMANN, ~ 

WATCH MAKER 

Srd St., near Robert, Saint Paul, Dllnn. 



Galvanizing in gol<l and silver neatly done to or- 
per. A good assortment oi watches and clocks always 
on hand. Repairing neatly done and warraote i for 
one vear. deo8-lv. 

L.AB AYETTB, MINNESOTA. 



WOOO YARD, 

CORNER OF JACKSON AND NINTH STS. 

DRY WOOD constantly on hand and delivered in 
any part of the city. Orders left at the yard, with 
Mr. Terry at the Post Office or at either of the Auc- 
tion Rooms, promptly atteaded to 

maris :d3iu QUO. C. iSTARBOCX. 



I have remoTed the stock of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac, 

assigned to me by E. W. Lewis, from No. 4 Lambart'a 
Block, Third street, to the store on Third street for- 
merly oooapied by 

J . W . PRINCE, 

Liquor Dealer, opposite Wm- J Smith & Oo.'s boat 
and shoe store, and shall be glad to furni.sh the peo 
pie with Drugs, Medicines &c , 

^T OB BBE.OW COST, 

until the whole stock is disposed of. 
janMtf. C. GRANT LEWIS, Assignee . 

FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH 1 



FREE HOMES TO SETTLEKS. 



4GRICULT(JRA1.. 



RAILROADS. 



Ai.riun> P. 0ATI8ON. 



AIONBO 



ST. PAUL 

Clipper Plow Factory. 

The undermgne<l having fom^ed it e<i partnership 
for the manufacture and sale of 

£» L O W^ S , 

Are now prepared toiuroisli farmers and dealers with 

THE BEST PLOWS 

Ever offered in the State, iud al prices to suit the 
times. We will always have on hand a large stock of 
Cast Steel and Common Steel Cross Plows, Corn 
Plows Breaking and Grub Plows, of all sires and oi 
the beet material. 

Having li:td the material selected for our especial 
trade, and the Plows being manufactured under the 
supervision of 

ALONZO LE AMINO 

IFORMRRLY OF 8T. AMTHOWT.] 

WE WARRANT THKM 

to be 111 Light Draught, Clean in any aoil, and give 
Oood Satisfaction generally. 

Partieular ^tUntion Paid to ttepatrtmg- 

Farmers ! save your old plows and we will work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfaction 
by leaving them at our Factory, on Robert street, be 
tween 4th and 5th, St. Paul, sign of plow. 

jan22d&wly. DAVISON &, CONNEU.Y. 



Grahi Fans and Plows. 



F. H. MANNY'S EXCKLSIOR, NO. 1 $26.00 

FREEPOKT (4RAIN SEPARATOR 26.0 

OEERE'S MOLINE P OWS $10 to l-i.OO 

At the Frame 'arehonse, corner of Levee and Sib 
ley street, St. Paul S. P. k P. F. HODGES. 

nov27d6mo. 

Farmers, Look Here ! 

TUB vjynBBSMtiJV^Bn u^avB ojy 
hand a large lot of 

FANNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 

which they propose to trade to tiarmers on belter 

terms than can be had elsewhere. 

F. H. MANNY'S Excelsior Grain Fan. . .$26.00 

FREEPORT Grain Separator 25.«0 

MOLINE Fanning Mill 20.00 

MOLINE & ROCK ISLAND Plows $10 to $15 
We will receive whea' in exchansre for any of the 
above articles at 55 cents per bushel. Also a good 
supply of Coggsh ill & Warner's aud Bickford * Huff- 
man's 

CJRAIN DRILLS, 

with or without Grass Seeders. 

Parties wishing to puroba.se will do well to give us a 
call at the Frame Warehouse, corner of Lower Levee 
and Sibley streets, St. Paul. 

nov27w6mo S P. & P. F. HODGES. 

F. H. MAJSriSTY'S 
FANNING- MILL 



We. the undersigned, beg leave to call the »t*eution 
of Farmers and Country Merchants to the tact that 
they have Uie exclusive right ot manufacturing 

F. H MANNY'S FANNING MILL, 

Which has taken the premium over all other mills in 
the State for cleaning grain of all kinds. Warranted 
to give perfect satisfaction in taking out o»*s and 
cockle, and all foul seeds. We also manuCaotore the 

RACINE MILL, 

Large or small sixe as any one may uesire We oai: 
the attention of wheat buyers to our large sice mil 
which cannot be excellei.' for cleaning grain Cast 
Persons will save from four to nix dollars in buying of 
as 

Give us a call before poicbasing elsewhere, as we 
can sell a better mill, and cheaper than any one elee 
can afford them. We are agents for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STEA.M FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BURR mi.K.-STONC:S, 

l»VBOUB->S BOLTlJVti CLOTUS, 

SCREEN WIRE AND THROOP'S SMUT MILL AND 
SEPARATOR. 

We are the only party keeping the above articlee in 
St. Paul. 
Factory, I-ower Levee, West St. Paul. 
jan-29d&w3ui. W. M. LEYDE A BROTHER. 



SEEDS AT WAR PRICES! 



SKKDS FHRE JBY MAIL. 



All who wish to buy seeds should call at 

TUB S.^IJ\'T PjIVI. SBBD STOBB, 

Opposite the Prbss office, and adjoining the Bridge 
We are now selling off our n^w crop of seeds at much 
lower prices gene-ally than the same can be had at 
Eastern stores. Many of the seeds we otter at three 
cents per paper cannot be had elsewhere for less than 
ten cents, and some retail at twenty-five cents each. 



PRICES PER POUND. 

per lb. 

Large Yellow Onion $1 OO 

1 arge Red Ocion , 75 

Beets— Early Blood Turnip 75 

" While Sugar 60 

" Mangold Wertzel 60 

lA)ng Orange Carrot 75 

Hula Baga 60 

Flat Turnip 60 

Extra Early Imphee. 40 

Same at wholesale very low. 

SEEDS BY THE QUART. 

per qt. 

Beins— Early Yellow Six Weeks 16 

" Early China 15 

" Early Valentine 16 

Peas— Early Daniel O'Ronrke, 2>i fieet 25 

Tom Thumb, or Dwarf, 8 inches 40 

" Champion of England, very rich, medium 

early, 3)i feet 20 

'• Large Marrowfat, late. 16 

Sweet Com 16 

SEEDS IN PAPERS. 

Papers that usually retail at five cents each. ... 3 

Same, assorted by the hundred 2 60 

" " ' thousand 20 00 

4^^ubscriber8 to " Farmer & Gardener,'' 1% cents. 

SEEDS BY MAIL, POSTAGE PAID. 

All kinds sent by mail at 3 cts. per paper. 

Forty kinds Flower Seeds, our choice, for $1.00. 

Seeds by the pound, same price, as above, with 15c. 
added. 

Papers of Corn, Rears and Peas, if ordered by mail, 
will contain about half the usual amount — ordinary 
paper, full amount. 

SEEDS FREE. 

AU subscribers to the " Farmer and Gardener,'' for 
a year, are entitled to five papers. Those who pay 
$1.00 at our office, or remit the same to us by mail, 
instead of paying to agents, may select ten papers 
from onr list of Garden or Flower Seeds. 

Editors of this State may draw on us for ten papers, 
A list of seeds, with description, mode of culture, 
&c., will be found in the " Farmer and Gardener'' for 
January, February and March 



A few oases of Men's, Boys' and Youth's BOOTS 

Also CIRCULAR SAWS of Welch k Griffith's make— 

giaee from 60 to 66 ioettes. 
aMr4cBin B. S. KD6ERT0N. 



TUB PBOPBiBTOBS Of TUB 
town of LAFAYETTE, on Out JUd River of Ou 
North, vrill make liberal donations of lots to all per- 
sons who will settle upon and improve the same. — 
Thisiown is situated 40 miles below Ft. Aberjrombie, 
aad 180 miles above Pembina and directly fpotiU tke 
mo\UK of Uw. CKnfenne River ; is the centre of one of 
the richest valleys and best agricultural regions in the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood ani water 
and Itie country around it has been recently .surveyed 
and is now open to settlement. The town markt tke 
Kead of navCgaium on the Red River ot the North, 
and is easily accessible — the line of stages :rom St. 
Paul to Pembina, passing there semi-weekly. No por- 
tion of the great west offers greater indueemente to 
ettlers. 

For in formation address JOHN H IRVINE, Esq 
$teiot Paul. Mionesota. M-dikwlv 

GIESMAN & SAUER, 

UASxykfjtvfocaa or 

SADDLES, 

HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

C0LLAR9I 

BLANKETS. TRUNKS, WHIPS, Ac., &€., 

Next door to Thompson Bros. Baak, 8d st. , St. Paat 



Great Western Rail- 
way Company's 

EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE, 
Great Western JV.Y. Central 

JJS'B COJS'JrBCTIjyB BOjIitS, 

TO AND FBOM 

East and AV^est, 

OoDtroiled and operated by the Road 

forming the line, and to which 

the attentioD of Shippers 

is invited. 



Borgfit* TrantportmtioH of t,ivt Stoe/e, 

thii BouU otttra untqumttea fmeti*- 

H«*, «• rtfartU Stock, Cmrt, 

Wardt, Tttn*, tte,' 



Freight tbrwarded at Lowest 
Rates and with Dispatch. 

In the shipment of Goods by rail , all insurance is saved. 



MARK PACKAGES " G. W. R.' 



Three Express Passenger Trains leave Chicago aud 
Detroit daily for Buffalo, New York, Boston and Mon- 
ti-eal, Quebec, Portland, &c., te , with Sleeping Cars 
00 all night traiu.s. 

46J- Tickets via GKKAT VVliiSTKRN HALLWAY U-v 
s:tle in a 1 Ticket Offices. 

General Freight and lidcei Officii. 



%\ State Street, 

BoatOH, 

0. KIMBALL, .... Agent 



^73 Broadway, 

JV«M. -Work, 

£. IV REACH, ....Agent 

JUUUS MOVIUS, Gen'l Ag't, Buflaio. 
C. J, BRYDGES, Managing Director, Hamilton. 
A WaLUNGFORU, 
a20 Chicago and Western Agent. 

^^BJJVJt UAWBJV BOVTB. 

This is 96 miles the shortest as well as the cheapest 
aa! most comfortable route to all Points in the East- 
ern States or Cauadas. 

It is an all rail route except the distance of 86 miles 
&-om MitwaHkee to Orand Haven, which is performed 
on I ue oi the splendid Ocean Steamships of the line 
iu ix hours. This change from the h»t and dusty 
Haiiroad Cars to the airy and splendid cabins of Ih^ 
steumships, where you are furnished with stateroouM 
free of charge, relieve,s much the tedium of a journey 

i-iteatmhipi leave MUwatikee mominff and evening on 
t'le arrival of trains trom the West, connecting at 
Grand Haven with Express trains of the Detroit and 
ifiiufoufcee Railroad for all points East. By thi.'^ 
Dute the/are is as loui, time quicker. Connections as 
r*re at by any Une, and you avoid the uncertainty 
aoil delay of changing cars, and nearly two miles 
Oninibas travel to which Passengers via Chicago are 
8 abject. 

Tickets via Prairie du Chien or La Oroeee to be had 
at principal ticket offices. 

•J H. Whitman, Gen'l West'n Agent, Milwaukee. 

W. K. MciK, Sup't, Uetroit. je22 

WIWBBPOOM, JJVn JLOJVjaOJ\' 

FIKK ABTD LIFE IXSUBANCF CO. 

C^apltal and Rewrvea Fund over 96,O00,OU0 



iX)SSES PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 

Without sixty days' notice. 

LIFE INSURANCE 

EAected on liberal terms. Policies assignable by en- 
dorsement without permission of the Company. 
Shareholders personally responsible for engagements 
of the Company. 
LHreeton and Stockholdert,. References in New York 



New York. 
James Brown, Esq. , 
Francis Cottenet, Esq., 
Eenry Grinnell, Esq., 
Alfred Pell, Esq , 
Alex. Hamilton, Jr., Esq., 
E. M. Archibald, Eeq. , 
.And others. 



city. 
Duncan, Sherman & Oo., 
Alex. T. Stewart & Co., 
Grinnell, Minium & Co , 

B. L. & A. Stewart, 

C. W. & J. T. Moore &Co., 
0. Appleton & Co. 



sep29 



THOMPSON BROTHERS, 
Agents for St. Paul and vincinity. 



Michigan Central Railroad 

1861. fTiiMMirfm^Kl 1861. 



GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 

To New York, New England and the 
Canadas. 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov 8d, 1861, trains leave 
the Great Central Union Depot, foot of Lake street, as 
follows : 

0.00 a. III.— Daily Express (except Sunday) arrives 
at Detroit 6 p.m., Suspension Bridge 
at 4:06 A. M., Albany 4:15 A. M., New 
9:50 P. M., Boston 12:20 a. m 

(t.30 p. III. — Night Express (except Saturday), ar- 
rive at Detroit at 6K)6 a. m.. Suspen- 
sion Bridge 5:26, Altwny 6:15 am.. 
New York 12 m., Boston 4:30 p. m 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave Chicago 

at 6 A. M. rrall train ; 8:30 P. M. Fast Elxpre's ; arrive 

in Chicago at 7:00 a. m. Fast Express, and 11 P m. 

Night Mail Train. 

The 8:30 p. m. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

SALISBURY'S PATENT DUSTERS 

Are Run on Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 

BaKsase Cbecked Througli.-Vt 

Through tickets for sale in all Principal Railroad 
Offices in the West, at the General Office, corner Lake 
and Dearborn streets, (under the Tremont House,; 
Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. N. RICE, General Superintendent. 
J. W. SMITH, Western Passenger A^ent. myl8 

SEWING MACHmJES. 



FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, 
Rhubarb, Asparagus Roots, Evergreens, Roses, Dah- 
lias, Peonias, and all kinds of Greenhouse and Garden 
Plants, as low as at any responsible Narsery in Wis- 
consin or New York. 
Address 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or leave orders with Messrs. Fairchild & Pease at our 
wne quarters. aprl2:d&wlm 

Notice to Creditors 

OF IHI 

Minnesota State University. 



The State Legislature, at its late session, anthoriKsd 
th^ Regents of the Minnesota State University to at- 
tempt a compromise ol the indebtedness of that cor- 
poration by the conveyance of lands grante<l by Con 
gress for its b netit . 

All persons having claims of any kind against the 
University will please communicate them immediately 
in writing to the undersigned, stating the charactar 
of the claims, their amount, how secured, and every- 
thing calculated to facilitate such an adjustment as 
is proposed. 

Per order of the Board of Regents. 

URIAH THOMAS, SecreUry. 

St. Anthony, April 2, 1862. aprll:2w 




llOOTS &_SHOES._ THE BEST OF THE SEASON. 



JUST RECEIVED. 



IMEIV'S AND WOMEN'S 

BOFFALO OfERSHOES 

CHILDREN'S: 

.HISSES' AND CBILDRKNS' 

8]SrO^\r BOOTS. 
WM. J. SMITH& CO. 

St. Pact., D»c. 27. 1861. nov8:ly. 

JOHN THORWARTH, 

BOOT k SHOE MANUFACTURIR, THIRD STREET, 

BETWEEN ROBERT AND JACKSON, 

St. Paul, Mica. 

Keep^ constaatly on hand tmi makes to order 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

Which are warranted to do as gcod service, and of as 
good style and workmanship as if made to order. 

STEEL SBAIfES FOJi HEWED £001S, 

The first introdaced in this city, will be put m when 
ordered. This makes the boot s.rongerand more du- 
rable, and is lighter and fits nea «r. 

REPAIRING 

Done on the shortm notioe— ar a . n goo and DMt 
style, 

JOHN THOBWORTH. 

St. Paul. Dec 7. 1861— JecTdly . 



OIL AND LAMPS. 



PRIC ES O F 

Ca bon Oil l-leduoed ! 



We are selling CARDON Oil. 

For 45 Cents per Gallon. 

Cur beet FIFTY OKNTiJ per gallon. 

I.Amps cheaper than ever. Nii« Marble base I^ampe 
from 75 cent; up, and handled Liimps tor 35 oents. 

E. & H. Y. BELL, 

Near Winslow Hause, Third street. 
St. Paul, April 5th, 1862. aprC 

Superior Caxbon Oil 

On oonsignment, ftT sale at 

40 GENTS PER OALLON. 
NICOLS & DEAN. 

febS 



OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! 



TBE BEST QUALITY OF 

CARBON & KEROSENE OIL 

FOR SAL! BY 

UPHAM & HOLMES 

AT 

Thirty-live cts. per Gallon. 

mar6ditw:y 
POLLOCK, ItOJV.tLBt'.VO *• omtBJS 

OKAUCBS U 

Ciiina, Glass and Croeker> 

PL.ATED >VARE 

' A It B X OIL A jr D LAMPS 
LOOKING GLASSES, 

UN- WARE, PLAIN, PLANlSHia) AND JAPANNRO, 

Table Cutlery. 

TonstanUy on band the most oomplete assortment ol 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 

To he found in tte city. 
R03BRT 8TRKBT, ST. I'AUL, MINN. 
sei>U d^wly 



FURNITURE! 



Repairing of all kinds deaa on short notioe. 

Al work made at this shop is of the VOT7 tea 

1 taA Ii ^i m tv u &nk. 



TEETH ON VUI^CANITE. 

Mi^ O B STBBJVflTU, 

•*■ beauty, comfort and cleanliness, 



!*••••• 



unsurpassed. 
Oall and sae speoimani at the oSoe of 

DR. 8IH0NT0N, 
ootM ly IniwnoU'* Bloak, Bride* thioar*. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 
SBWIJVa MJCUIJVBS, 

Best in use, 
irawLT vmproved, 
at New York 
prices. Trom 
S46 to $100— 
freight added. ^ 
Instruetions giv- 
en, maohines put 
Ib order, and ail 
sues of needed. 



For sale by R. T. HOLTERHOFF, 

Eighth street, w Blocks east of International Hotel 
St. Paul- ocll6-6m 



HIP. W. NICHOLS. 
General lnsui*ance A§^ent. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFB INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Issned on (avorable terms, in the most reliable Com- 
panies. 

OFFICE AT 6 SOROS LITTLE'S BOOK STORE, 
jan25dly Third street, 8t. PanI Minn. 

mm kIjMjMjvbbv jm jt b 

DRESS MAKINa 

MRS. R. H. HAYNES, 

Having had a long and exteEtsive experienee in Milli- 
nery and Dress Making, calls 'he attention of the ladiea 
of St. Paul and v cinity, to her room in Watson's 
Boarding Honse, on Robert street, between Fourth 
and Fifth streetx, where she has oommmenoed 

BONNET, DRESS, AND CLOAK MAKING, 

In all their varied lorms and ^hions, and soliaits a 
share of the public patronage. 

She will out patterns to fit the form (or Basques or 
Dresses— also make to order silk or velvet 

BONNETS or HATH, 

In the most approved styles. 
All work warranted to give satisfMtiaa. daeZStf, 



JOHN PRIMROSE, 

Maou&icturer and lealer in 
CjtBMJ>i'BT >a JV n CUJiiB 

FXJ R ISr I T U R E, 

OF ETBBY VJJftlKTT. 

Keeps constantly on hand a eociplete asaortment of 

Parlor, 

Chambej', 

DiiLing Room 
FURNITIURE 

or mil atplU mnd of ^uperUtr »0rk' 
ntmnaMp , 

Most of my Furniture is of lay own manufaeturc, 
nuule of thoroughly seasoned material and equal to 
the best there is made in the U. 3. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is always better thau a slow 
shilling, I am determined to »dl a very light shade 
above cost. Everybody is reep<»ctfnUy invited to give 
me a call before purchasing. 

49- REMEMBER THE PLACE: Stone Building- 
Third Street — above the Bridge, St. Paul, Minn 
jan24dly 

Leather & IJHndings, 

SADDLERY HARBWARB AND TOOLS 
LEATHER BJSLTING. 



I hate just received by Barback'« Express a very 
^splendid 

BALMORAL BOOT ! 



Also a rery fins 

Double Sole lasting Gaiter. 

And some mor« Children', best BALMORAI.S. Tbase 
Goods must be seen to be appr«ciat«d. 

Samuel Kilpatrick. 



Opposite the International Uot«l. 



marl3-dU 



ZSAGLS WORKS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




I>0 Y(»V \VANT 

STEAM E\GI]\ESOR BOILERS 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS. 
p^aTBjyrr susjIb cjmm'b jbillb^ 
PATENT STKAM COIL EYAPOKATORS 

PATKNT STAMP MILLiJ 

lOB' 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

ijend for Oirculars, with cots and daacriptions , 
Prices, &c. Also, 

Saw Mills, Flouring Mills 

AND MACHINKRy OF ALL DESCRIPTION, 
Too numerous to mention. 

CHICAOO, . ILLINOIS. 

P- W. GATB8, President. 
>«. B. Agents wanted everywhere. mr7:dJtwy 

Merchants' Dispatch 
Fast Freiglit Line, 

Owned and managed by the 

AMKRIOaN BXPKCS8 OO. 



4^A11 overcharges settled by J. 0. ft H. C. Bur- 
bank & Co., Agents. 

New York ofBce, \)i(^ Murray street 

Boston office, 69 Waahtn^^ton streat. 
mar26:dly 

J. B. BRADEN, 

WB0LI8ALX AUD RITArL DKAUES IX 

Iron, Nails, Steel, 

HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH GOAL, AGRICULTUR- 
AL IMPLEMEVTO, &C. 

Keeps oonstantly on hand all goods in his line including 

Ktneington, SUg-o It Stetedee Bmr Iron, 

Sheet Iron, Plaw Steel, Cast. German and Bligtsr 
Steel, Springs, Axles and other Carnage Trim- 
mings, Shelf Hardware, &c. — Win- 
dow (ilasA, Sash, Doors and 
Blinds, Rock Island Clipper and 

8A.1NT PAUIi ClilPPBR PLiOlTS, 

All of the l>egt quality, warranted lo give satin^rtion. 
All of which will be sold at the very lowest prieas 
for cash. 

Warehouse on Third between Minnesota and Cedar 
streets, St. Paul, Minn. feb20:ly 

TO THE PROPKIETOKS OF 

BILLIARD ROOMS. 



Send lo Utaagunrtert tuui Smee front Btoe 

lo Ten per tent, and g-et a Better .#r> 

tiele of etnything in the BHHnrd 

Line yoH ntmp temnt. 



Having received the sole agency of this State f«r 
the sale of 

PHBLAN A OOLLENDER'3 CELEBRATED BILUARO 
TABLES, 

With combination cush ions, I take thip method to in- 
form yon tha' I am now prepared to furnish Billiard 
Rooms witb Tables and Fixtures at New York prices, 
freight added. Persons deniring to purchase will b« 
furnished by mail with a list of prices. 

I am prepare<l to refurnish and Bt up tables with 
new Cloths, Balls and Cues ; and also on short notiea, 
to go to any part oi the State to fit up Rooms, Ta 
bles and Fixtures. New Cushions, Cues. Ball*. Cue 
Tips, &c. kept constantly on hand. Balls re-turned 
nnd colored. Please aodres.i your orders to 

H. G. BROIX^N, JB.. 

Mftrnpolitan Hall, Bridge Square, St. I'aul. 
ap&-4m 

lo02 SPBIIVG TBADE. Io02 



WEBER, WILLIAMS HALE. 

JOBBERS, 

95 M.JMB STB BUT, CUtOMVB^ 

Are now raceiving the LARGEST and BB8T ASS3RT- 
KD STOCK to be found Wast of New York, oom^s> 
ing Biany new styles of 

HATS, CAPS, 



STBAU 



GOOBS. 



FURS! FURS! FURS! 
C. J. KOVITZ, 

Manufaetarer of Floe Fiiiii, 

ALL Ducmirnovi axb itbrt ittli, 
a<l irrRBICT, Conaart Hail Bloak. ST. PAUL 
jad741y. 



KESSLER k, RIEHL, 

TANNERS and C URRIKRS, 

Keep oonatantly on hand the Largest and 
Most Complete Ktook of 

Leather and Findings, Ssddlary Hardware 

aad Toelii, 

Leather Baiting, Enameled Cloths, and L<e»tb«r, 

Ac,, Ac., Ac, fte., 
All of whieh they are ;bow offering at prieaa ta 

Suit the Times. 

r ARTICULAR A1TEN1I0N PAID TO ORBERB. 

4^0aah paid for Bidei and Tv^n.JBt 



m^OTlCB.—^LL TUB COITJVTBBm 

• ' signed notes of the Farmers Bank, located at 
Garden 0ity,Bl3« Earth oounty, Minnesota, must be 

aresenlMd at the Oflce of the i aditar of the State of 
[inneeota, at St. Paul, withli. two years from the 
date of this notioe, as the seoiirinas deposited with 
him for the redemption of s*id notes will at that time 
b« given up to the owaar or owners of said Bank »o- 
•ovding to the Banking Law of the Stat* of Minne- 



B. DAWES, 

PrwMaBt 



PARASOUS, UMBRKXLAS, and PALM LEAF GOODS, 
including 8000 dozen SHARER HOOD^-all of whtofa 
will be offered al EASTERN PRICES, for cavh or ap- 
proved short sredit. 

CASH AND SHORT TIME BUYERS 

From all sections of the West are especially invited 
to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. 

OBBBBS SOLiCiTBB, 

To which prompt personal attention will b« given aad 
satishetion guaranteed. 

WEBER, WILLIAMS k YALK. 
marl :3m 

MILES & ARMOUR, 

Commission Merchants 

Bad Warehouae, toot of East Water st , 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Pud B. Miuh. Phiup D. Aufori. 

EEPIR To' 

Thompson BroK., Bankers ; Temple & Bsanpre ; 
E. A H. Y. BaU. 
16: dSm 



Datwl April 17, 1M«. 
wpTw^y. 



Tobacco 

CIGARS, PIPES, SNUFF, &c. 



F. W. TUCHELT, Third Street, nent door lo 
Oomb's Book Store, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
Tobaooo,Cigani, fcc., is just receivii g his fall and 
winter stock, and is prepared to 611 orders to any ex- 
tant, foi 

FtM-B IMPOBTMn Ci»^BS, 
Misaonri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and Ohcw- 
ingTobaeoo. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any In 
the tiij. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a larga ataortment . These pipes are all the go now. 

_^ F. W. TUCHELT, 

ThW Btr«at, Mxt door to Comb's Book Store. 

8t Pfcn l.N oT. W. Dovl7dly._ 

W M. FBBBJmJiJ>r, jiTTOBJrBWHt 

•» • COUWStLLOR AT LAW. Practices in all the 
Oonrts of thU State and in the UDrtel .'States I'i).U)ct 
Conrt. 

Oflioe in UcOlung's Pbcsoix 9loek, ooroer of Tbb'd 
and Wabaahaw streets, it. Paul, Hinnasata. 

AUbnsiMMMt wi(h tat^n rwMiva nrompt asiA 

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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, THURSDAl,: APRIL 24, \m2. 



Caiifornia Steamer Arrival. 

Xkw Vokk, April 2R. 
Ikie t^leamer N«-rth SUir frpm Aspinwull 
th,' I5ih brii-.iis |t;:m,(>00 No new.^. 

FKOn FOHT I'irKi:NS AND Pl.N- 
s if OLA 

Nkw Youk. April :20.— The steamer 
Phila'.iolnbiii, trom Kort Pickens, bus ar- 

Pe-^rters were c>n<tantly arrivinjOf irora 
Pear- K'l'la. 'I'l'-c rtb U lunl not »'vacuateil 
I'li.-iftoolu but wore jioving tlio guii' away. 
The town is uinJi r martial law. Lnrgo fires 
wir' 6v.'t II n'^lilly ill tlmt ilircotit)n, inlioa- 
iinj; that tliey wrre lit.'stroyiii^ propirty. 

M iiiuil \Vi)Oil is tlie .«uilor wlio escaped 
trom ihij rib<iU, taking §10,000 in gold with 
him. He came a pjSv-sensjor in tht Philu- 
del '! ia. 

Tt> ' rebel commander at I'eaiiacula, Col. 
Jorie^. is.«ued a procl.imution that h>' would 
biusi uH idl*" pe')pIo after April ^<\- 

rilltCB CHILDRI^.N DROU'.NED. 

We have lo.inud the partiail-irs of a sad 
accident fit SI;elbyvil!e, in tbis *uiuty, sev- 
eral days Hgo, resulting in the death of three 
i-hilJren, datiijhfera oJ -Mr. Lyman R. SMII- 
son, n\ that place. Mr. S. resides on the 
ed-t •ihori' of the Blue Earth. The freahet 
litid tiverflowed the banks of the river, aod 
Mr. >."h hini>e was partially under wat^-r. 
He determined to remove his family to his 
broLht,r in law's on the opposite side of the 
river, and starti d tor that purpose with bis 
wif.' aud four smallest children in a boat. 
Wn:ie crossing the river the boat struck a 
tree, aud Mr. ri. b,'ing laraein one arm. was 
iinr>!c to man.i;j;o it, and it upset. The 
pariiis wcri' ali thrown inta the river. M:-. 
8. and bill wife clung to the tree, and to- 
gOth..T ih'y iiianu'ced to place the youua;- 
i"8t ehild up.iij the branches. The other 
Cbre<'. uJI girls, were carried down stream 
and drowned. Tijc two eldest children, 
girls about >i.vtet'ti and eighteen years, liad 
br'in left in thth' ii-e, ami sieiiig tiie ptril- 
.lu-; s'watiivi of their parents, they forded 
Ih.! river, and La^^tened to a neighbor's ros- 
ideaee, neuriy half u mile distant, fur help. 
Thi3 gentleman. Mr. Dodge, immediately 
W'.Qt ;rith lii-s bo:U to the relief of Mr. Still 
son and wi! •, and after a laboriou? effort, 
be suecofdi «i in rescuing them, together with 
their vounyeat child. At least an hour and 
a h.ilf e'aiised from the time of tiie upset- 
li'is; i.f the b'^at until tht so parties were 
r-jscuf-d, and as tljey were in tho eoM water 
ail the tim'. fighting against a. "wilt current, 
tht ir escape is almost niiraculoua. — Afan- 
knt-- Hecord 



Si. Paul, 8hakop«e, €Hrver and €haska 

EXPilKSS PACKb:'!'. 



*• >iiam, ia drums and boxes ; laui'ly Mai-kertl No- 
1 aad 'J, ID kill* ; SMj'ied H-ttzvat^, all ia pr'me condi- 
tioo and at low hgur^-, at 



iUonfturu & (Commercial. 



Monetary. 



CURKKNCV AND EXCHA.NCK QUOTA- 

■XIOSS OF TflOMPSO.V BEOfi BA.VKERS, A.VD DKiL- 
t9» C* KXCBASliB, l.KSD WARRANTS. AC 

St. Paul. April 25, 1862. 
« A .\ K A H L K FUNDS. 
.Ne.? V.irk, 
Ohio, 

i'»a, 

*> •.a''na Cuunty Bank, 
■jiust-Y Co. EadoraeJ Scrl' 

I S. iMTlJ.-.ilil Votf-t, 

riiitrii Stat4>«i 6 per cunt, two yearn Kotea 

(•u'liiig & S^lipffcr'o eniorjie<l .^ierip. 

KXCHANGE RATES. - 

Selling lor. i'reniinm 

1 H pel cl prm 

^ per ut prm 

a, prct pr . 

>iperctjH. 



V U 
N'ew England, 
.Mr:hi.fau, 
ruiUi'lfiiiliia, 
New .rt>r>*py, 
Pitt=bnrijti, 
Wisi;nnsiu. 
Caaaiii. 



F-^^r-u 

T'rii-inry .Nit>te« 
.Aiterlcsn Uol<!, 



Commercial. 



^KW YORK ITIAUKKT. 

New York, April 23. 
Flour market 5(ftln cents better ; sales 8,000 
ut)l» Wheal inarkft tirmcr. 



Sr. Pal-l, April il, 1862. 

BiiANS- White, 1.00@1.25 cents tP bushel. 

BuTTRR— Firkin, l^tbUvglO. Country, in rolls 
10((.12^>. 

CA.VDLK.S— Tallow, m'd, ^ K) 11@12. Star 
18n»;2o. Adciuiantiue, 20. .Sperm, 40@50. 

C.VKBON Oil— Best quulitv .50c. 

Chbkse— W. R. ^ Eb 11. " Hamburg 12. 

'..OFKKB— Rio, l/i tb Prime 25. Laguayra, 
26IC42S. Java, S0(g33. Mocha, 80(g83. 

Eoos— Three dozen for 2.5c. 

t'RuiTS— Apples, «reen, f) bbl. |3 75^4 25; 
dritfd, igl tb 10c. Cranberries ^ bushel 90® 
|1. Peaches, drv, ^ & 12ijC. 

Flodb— Supertine ft bbl.' #3 60 Extra «4 25 
@4 50. 

Mbal— Corn Ij^sack, |1 16@|il 25. 

MoLASSBs— Plantation, 1^ gull., 50c. Sugar 
house, 60c. Golden Syrup, 75c. Siuaas xx 
»03|ioo. 

Lard — Per tb 7@8c. 

0.10-9.— Per bushel, 40c. 

Potatoes— Per bushel, 25(g80. 

PooLTRT— Chickens, ^ pr lb. 10c; Tur- 
kev.spr lb. 12c>^.c 

!lrcc— Per Id, 10@11. 

ScdAR-Brown, ^ \h 10c. Refined 000, 
I2i-$1.'5. R^tin^-a. OiOO. 123^(0518. Powdered, 
12 Crushed, 123.^(c4l4. Cut loaf, 12i^@18. 
Meats — ^moked, ilams Su^ar cured 10c, plain 
8c, Shoulders 5 .^6, Clear Sides 7(a;3. .Meats 
Cut — Beef SurUiin and Porter House steaks 
and roaHts S@loc, Round 6c, and other cuts 8 
«i5. Pork— Steiiks and Choice Roast, 6 ; cuts 
4a5. .Mutton, I.diiio and Veal, 14. 

T«AS— Voung Uvs -n and Imperial $1.00(3 
11.25; Oolong 6'J till. 25. 



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AlTOKVICY A.VD tX)UNSeUX)R AT IJIW, 



Unl'll-rinn. 



TlanK'n (Pbamix) Block, 



^ OH S .i i. K C U E .§ r . 

A GOOD ilORSE, 

Fnr !«».ifl!e or Bugiyy, .SOUND, ."EKVIOEABI.E and 
KIND, and a gtmd traveler. 

Apjl'nt WOUXITT'8 UVERY STABLE. . 



New Military Books, 



HaltouV UanuAl and Form Book— an ezoeedlogly 
raiuable txiok for olficeni. 

Jomini'd Sci«nc« of War with Mapn, trannlated 
from the French by C*pt. Mendell, C. 8. k. 

Aim/ ;"^^al»Uouiiand I'. 8. Infantry Tactica. 



</iwt raeeired at 



HE:RRfr..L.^. 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

K. C. UKlA)'rK, ProprUlor. 

roH.VKH OF TKSTH AND JACKSON STREKTS 
SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

fetiO-ddiD 



J^OTICK oif .noitTujtat: s^m^k 

•'' —Whcrt-Hs default hit b'cn niad^ m the condi- 
tion* of a certain morigiijfe made an 1 delivered by 
Lyman l»sy on and Maria 3. lUyton, his wife of Sf. 
Paul. Rinisey coun y, .Minnesota, fo V. illJAm Coombe 
Thoinp.Min, of Worcesttr, Worce.tter county, Massa- 
chusetti, (i»ted Ih- neventeeoth day or December, A . 
D. tS60. and recorded in the office of Register of Deeds 
ol the county of Raraf-ey and State of Minnesota, on 
the twentieth day of ih^cewber, A. I>. 18G0, in Book 
R, of MortKaKe-i, on pages 2^4, 238 and 23«, and con- 
vey in? _m m<rt stage, the southe««t ijinrter (>i) of 
aection thirty f.ur (84) in town^llip t .i.-ntv nine (29) 
north < f range twenty two (J2; we-t, ail in the county 
of ^m^, and State f f Minnesota, which niortgoge 

tor 
— ,' run 
part of Raid debt baa been paid 
Vow therefovp, notice is hereby Kiven that by virtue 
of the power of sale contained in Bairl in'r «.J, .,"h 
pursuant to the statute m Buch ca«e ma<le and n'r " 
de.1, the above de».cribed mortgagnl preraidei, wiirh^ 
•old at puMic auction by the Shi-riff if urtM Ranmev 
c.unty, on lhe6'.h day if June, A. i». 1862 m ten 
of the clock in the forenoon at the front door of the 
Conrt HouiM) in !^t. Paul, in said connty, to aatit-fr 
■aid mortgage debt an 1 legal dishuiaenifn's. 
%'.. Paul, Mian., April I7th, 1862 

WM. COtiMBS THuMBSO.V, Mortgagee 
VfM Chab. TaoMPto.-* , Attorney for mortgagee 
aplV.ew 



M . luii-o'.ioB of Birds und Anini.iU 
eouipri-ing nn.irly all the Bird» of Miune 
sot*. fi\.ni a Uiimmiu^ Bir I to :iu f'^igle, » iii oe rx 
hibitui at my Museum, corner of Waflhington ami 
Fourt>i streets, Uackubin's BaiUiing. Admittaiic,? 
20 cents, Children 5 cent.'<. 

\. 8.— All kiad.s M Bird^ lor sale an ' stuffed by 

l^*OTtCE OF ^nORTHJiliE SSI.K. 

•* — De'ault has b^'eu made in the cmditioDs of 
a cerlain indenture of mortgage, by the nrtn-paynient 
ol money-; therein secured to be paid, made an i exe- 
cuted by Williaiu H. Randall aud E.izabeih C. Ran- 
dall, bia wife, mortgagors, of the city of ?aiot Paul, 
Kimsey couuiy, Minnesota, to Johu Bardall, mort- 
gigi-e, of the ciiy, county and State ot N.(w Yotk. 
da.ed .Iune2tih. A. D , 1850, and recmdea on the 
•Ll>\\\ duy of June, A D., 1S56, at nm o'clock, 1'. M 
of that day, in t:ie office ot the Kejjister of Deeds of 
Kiiui ;ey c unty, Minnesota, in Bo>ik of .Mortgages, 
on f..a;e 44."), \c. Slid mortgage was given to «ecare 
ihu payment of one hundred' thous.<inil do'.lara (4100,- 
000) an.! interest, as Hiiecihed in nine certain promls- 
s.'ry Dolfts made by the said Wiu. H. Rand-il!, au.l 
bt-ariog even die with said mortgage, aud there is 
claimed to lie due and payable at the date of this no 
tice, March lltii, 18d2, ou -aid uiortscage the sum td' 
.sixty seven thousand one hundred and eightvr>nedol 
liars and lor-y oue ceat,-^, (*6T,18l.4l), no pari of 
the said nuirtgai<a debt having been paid. 

The premi.s-s are described in said mortgage as 
follows, to wit : All tho.se tracts or j^arctds ot land 
ly.ug and being m the county of Ramsey, Territf.ry 
(now State) of Miu- esoia, beginning at llie intersec- 
tion of .lack.sun aod Third strO'ts, tuence southeagterj 
ly along .Tiickson itreet to the Miss. »»ippiiivir; thence 
along s lid vivor sonth.vesterly to the e:ist line of lands 
oariied by Jafk-on; thence north west.'riy to a tree ..u 
the si.le ot the hill; thence norllierly tr<"a troe behind 
the powder hoa.se; thence northwesterly sixty feet l.i 
a Mfjnip on tiie hili; thenca t*(> humii-j mid two l-et 
in a .strdight line to the place of begianiug; and also 
the one nodivi led half of 1 its lliree, lour, five, «ud a 
part of six in block thirty uiae, more particularly d^. 
scribed a.s follows : Lot nuuiiter three fronts tiity tt-et 
yS inches on Bench .street, au.'. fiity on Wat-r Htri-et; 
lot number lour fifty feet aud six"iu;hes on B*^nch 
street, anil fifty feet on Water street , li,t nimber hve 
fronts sixty three feet on Bench street and sixty three 
feet ou Water street; a,nd the following, a [art of lot 
Kix, beginning at the northwest corner of said lot, 
therce along the south line of Beach street east thir- 
ty feet, thense south yn a lin" parallel with the east 
line of lot number five to Water St' eet; thence west 
alon^ the north line of Water street thirty feet and 
Hix inches to lot five, thence along the east fine of said 
lotto Bench street sixty lour feet more or less, and 
and ou the east by the we.-t linw oi" John Randall; 
anil also the one undividetl half part of block thirty 
on-, beginning at a point at which St. Charing and 
Beuch streets intersect, thence westerly along the 
north Uiie of Bench street one hundred and sixty ti.e 
feet to lot uumbe.- three, thence alon,' the east line of 
lo-s three and two one hundred and thirty eight leet ; 
thence east thirty feet, thence north ten feet, thence 
in an easterly lUreclion ti'ty live feet tc the Houth- 
west corner of land conveyed by F Steele to A. Wil- 
kin in truBt on the 29th of Maroli, 1851, thenceeighty 

eet along the north Une of sjiid land to St. C".;irles 
street, thence south along the west line of St (..'.-arles 
street one hundreti and thirty three leet to tlie north 
lino of Bench street to the place <fbeginnin<.': au lalso 
a'l lands situate between St, Charles and .lack.son 
streets west of the land of John Randall, conveyed 
by 11. Jackson to said Steele on the 2t.'d day of Janua 
ry, lS49;and also the one undivided h-»lf p'ri, ol block 
number thirty one and Steele's division of lot fifteen, 
beginning at a point at which the east line of St. 
Clurles street intersects Bench street; thence ahng 
tho west liue ot Bench street east ten feet, thence 
seven and one half d^rees west eighty six links to a 
tree by a pow.ter house, thence north Uty two and 
one half de-jfrees west ninety one links to a basswood 
stump, theuce in a direct line to the point of inte sec- 
tion of Jackson and Third .streets until it intersects 
^l Charles stieet; thence back along the side oi St. 
Charles street to the place of b ginning, containing 
all the iand conveyed by Jackson to said Steele on the 
first day of FanuaTy, 1S60, all of said lauds being in 
St. Paul proper; and also the east half o' the south- 
east qoartsr, and the northwest quarter of the south- 
east qua.'ier, and lot number three in section twenty- 
three, township twenty nine north of range twenty- 
three west, containing one hundred and sixtv nine 
and eighty one hundredths acres of land; and also 
lots eight and nine in block sixteen in St. Paul proper. 
The said mortirage, and the de-vt therebv .«ecured 
were duly assigned by the said John Randall to Hen- 
rv Coggtli, of the city, county and State of New York, 
on the 6th day of October, A. D. JS.'iT, which said 
instrument ot assignment was duly recorded on the 
I2;h dayoi October, A. D., 1857, at9H o'clocif. A. 
M of t' at ilay, in the office of the Rei^ister of Deeds 
of said Ramsey county, in book M. of .Mortgages on 
page 3il, and afterwards and on the 4th day of Janu- 
ary, A.I)., 1S.58, the said mortgage an 1 the .lebt 
tliereby secured, was duly assigued by tho siid 
llMury CoggiU and J.^hn Randall to Alexander W. 
Bradford, of the city, county and State ofN'ewY:rk, 
which said last mentioned a.ssignnient was dniy re- 
c >rd«..i on the l.'ith day of .lanuarv, A. D. 1858, at 10 
o'clock and 31 minutes, A. M. of that day, in the 
oflice of the Register of Deeds of said Ramsey connty, 
in Book I. ot Mortgages, on pages 6<to and 696. 

No suit or p>-oceeding has been instituted at law to 
recover the debt secured by the said mortgage, except 
a suit commenced by ihe said Alexander W. Bradford 
to foreclose the said mortgage, which said suit has 
been duly discontinued. Notice is therefore hereby 
given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in 
and recorded with said mortgage, and in pursuance of 
the statute in such case made and provided, the .said 
mortgage will be foreclosed , and the said mortgaged 
premises above described, or so much thereof as shall 
be necessary, will be sold at public vendue, to the 
highest bidder for cash, at the front door «f theCourt 
House, in the city of fcaint Paul, in said Ramsey 
county, on the aOth day of April, A. D. 1862, at ten 
o'clock, A M. of that day, to satisfy and pay the 
amiunt which shall thvn be due and owing on said 
mortgage debt and legal expenses of sale. 

Dated St. Paul, March Uth, 18t;2. 

ALI-XANDKJl W. BRADFORD, 

Assignee, Ac. 

8e«.TCER & Carvbr, Attorneys for Assignee, &». 

marl2:d6w 



f^T.§TE OE JaiJ>rj\'ESOTJi^ UiS. 

*^ tru-t Court, Second Judicial District, Ramsey 
connty. ' 

Ira Biiwell, against Eliaabeth C. Randall, John Ran- 
dal!, E.isha D. Randill. Herman Birgman, Mary E. 
Birgman, Andrew Levering and Wm. H Morton. 
Summnos for Relief. 

The State of Minnejwta to the above named defend- 
ants. 

You and each of y.u are hereby summoned and re- 
q-iirt-l to answer the complsint in this action, ot 
V Mi-h a copy is herewith served upon you. and a copy 
'■' ^vhch is filed in tlie otflce ol the Clerk of said 
O.ur?, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said 
c.iuplaint on the subscriber, at bis office in .St. Paul 
haiii.s.y county and State of MinnesoU, within twen' 
ty .liys after tue .service hereof, exclusive of the day 
'■•' -uch service ; and if you fail to answer the said 
c-m,plaint within the time aforesaid, the pUintiff in 
tins actii.n will apply to the Court for the relief de 
mamled in the complaint. 
Dated February 7, 1862 
maroO 6w NKWHJ 



TAX SALES- 



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The TASTaud MlfUT DRAViiHTsieaimr 

C'l.AKA IIINK 

Will msku daily trips (Sumlay excepted) b«twee> St. 
Paul ;.!id Carver, touching n\ a 1 intermediate land 
ings Will arrive »l St. Paul at tt^ o'clock, A i1 , 
an'. Ua\e tho lower leveo .kt two n'clock, 1" M , at'i 
tl»e upper taniiug at 2>, P. M. 

I'asseugars traveling by this boat will be in time to 
take tUf oioruiDg packets for points down the river. 

S:. Tanl, April 21 , \hU. aprS'J-Om 

m.m JK .V jt !• R iu M\.n ^ .>• .\ , 

FASlHONABLt: H.\1R DKK.SSER.i^ 

(>Pposite Uie American House, Third atrvet, St . Paul. 

WIGS, TOUFEti! & LADIES' OR.NaMENTAL UAIK 
o: every description always ru hand and made to 
or.ler on the shortest notice. teb5d6m 



ST. J^ouis COUN rv 

De imiui'iit for taxea tor the year, IS.S'i, l>4i OjiikI 18fi', 
FON DM LAf T,JW.VSH1P. 



M O mr O JS' M K^ T M .t U K K T 

Corner Sixth aiil Jael^son et". 

EDDY k H L G \ T E 

Would re.specllully inform their old frientls and cus- 
toiuers that l.aving purchased the Interest of Mr. 
Bruonie in the Boston Meat Mtrket, they will always 
be on hani to fomish Ohoi'.;9 Cms of every f'nng u.su 
ally fo.ul in a tirat class meat market, aui at as low 
a price as the market w.M afford apHrlui 

Grodey for May 

AT 

MERRILL S. 



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lot T sec ti aud n hf of DW or 

lotfi 

lots 2 3, 4 Sand aw qr of ne qr 

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lots 5, 6, 7 aud se qr ol bw qr and sw qr of 

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lots 2, ;; 10 

lotM 4 and 3 11 

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lota II 

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lot 7, .-w qr ofnw qr 18 

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w hi of ne qr and e hi of nw qr 11 

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sw iir of ne qr and e hf of ne qr 13 

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e hi of sw qr 13 

ne qr of sw qr and nw qr of bw qr 14 

s»' qf 15 

e hi of se qr and sw qr of sw i\t 22 

ne qr of ne qr and lot 1 s-c "23, lots 1 and 2. 24 

sw qr 23 

lot2h«c26, lots 2, 3, 4 38 

ne qr e 

lit 4, sec 26 e bf of sw qr and whf of se qr 27 

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u- ,[•• ot fW qr : 27 

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"« -l' 32 

s-« qr 2 

o" qr 4 '.'."..... 2 

s hi of cw qr and n hf of sw qr 28 

-*« qf 31 

^w 'I' 15 

lot 1 :; 

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r.w qr ol ne qr iO 

w hfof s«» qr and gw qr of ne qr - 10 

ucd lit lots I, 2, nw qr of ne qr and se qr 

cf ow qr 4 

und hi lots 1, 2 and n» qr of ue qr and se 

qrofnwqr 4 

lot i and sw qr 4 

ni- <|r of se qr aud ne qr 5 

und hfof w bf of seqr and seqr of seqr.. a 

i.uil hf w li ofse qr and s" qr of se qr 5 

w hf ol fw qr sec f>, and w hf of nw qr 7 

ne fji of ne qr .sec 7 and nw qr 8 

umi hf lot 1 8 

und hf lot 1 8 

nw qr 1 

e hfof sw qr -j 

wlifofswqr 1 

s=>- .(T see 2, seif, sec 3 and ne qr 3 

'»• 'i'' 8 

e 111 of ne qr i© 

"«• ir 10 

^» qr 1 

w h* of sw qr 11 

se qr 12 

nw .{T 13 

lot .'J aud w hi of sw qr aud ne qr of sw qr.l3 
w ht of ne qr and ne qr of nw qr and fe qr 

of nw qr 14 

w hfof se qr and e hi 0' sw qr 14 

w hf ofnw qr R-c 14 e hi of ne qr 15 

w hf of sw qr sec 14 and e hi of re qr 15 

w 111 ofse (ii-and w hf of ne qr 15 

w ht of ne qr of seqr 16 

se qr o( se qr 1« 

nw qr 17 

»><' T 17 

n« qr 18 

s qr 19 

n hf . f w Ur of ae qr i 

ne qr of ne qr iO 

e hf of se >|r of se qr of se qr 20 

aw qr of Se qr and w bf of se qr of se qr of 

se qr and ne qr of se qr of se qr 20 

w hf of se qr ot gwqr 20 

e hf ol se q r of -w qr and ne qr of w bf of 

'wqr 20 

ne qr 21 

se M-- .21 

swijrof aeqr •22 

nw qr 22 

"« qr « 

1 Jt o 22 

n hf of ne qr -jtl 

nw 'ir and »• hf of nw qr 2.1 

lots 1 , 2 sec 23 aud lot 1 ^24 

ne qr of ew qr and nw qr of ne qr 27 

w hf of nw qr and w hfof sw qr and lot 5.27 

lots 3 and 3 and se qr of n w qr 2" 

B hf if sw qr ....28 

ehalf of ne qr and te qr t.8 

ne qr 29 

nw qr 29 

»" 'f 39 

swqr 29 

ne 4r ro 

nwqr 39 

nw qr..., 31 

neqr 31 

""qr 32 

no 'ir 32 

und ht of ne qr 33 

und 13 acres of ne qr 33 

und 13 acres of ne qr 83 

und 16 acres of ne qr .33 

n hf of nw qr 33 

und 62 acres ol ne qr 33 

und 49 lC-100 acres of neqr .33 

n hf of sw qr and s hf of nw qr and lot 6, 8 

w qr of sw qr 33 

parts ot lota 2, 3, 4, sec 34 i .34 

par» of lot 4, sec 4 4 

parts of lots 2 , 3, , 4 , sec 33 , part of lot 8. . . 84 

1 t3 34 

part of lot 1 on Minnesota Pt 4 

•«qr 21 

nwqr 32 

nw qr 38 

ne qr of ne qr 33 

ne qr ...!.. 33 

n hf of n w qr and se qrof nw qr 34 

w hi of n w qr and neqr ofnw qr 4 



50 



14 
1.1 



TAX SALES. 



CARP RIVER TOWNSHIP— (Continued.) 



1>K.S( RiKno.t. 




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ne qr y^ 

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,7?« 14 

e bfol ke qr 23 

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e ht ol se qr 23 

w hf se qr and e hf of sw qi . ............. 'iXi 

I hfof neqr and se qr ol nw qr and ne qr 

of sw qr ; i;4 

w hf of ^e qr and seqrofa v qr and lot 1..26 

s 1 lot nwqr snd n hf ofsw qr 'ifi 

n hf (»t n e qr 

w hf of -.w qr 

lo:s 2 and o, nw qr of aw or . .". . 

lots 1 aud 2 . 

>-e qr 

lots 1 and 2, w bf of ne qr'.... . . . 

lots o and 4 and nw qr oi sw qr and sw 

ol nw qr 

n« qr ..'..'...*... 

s* qr of nw qr 

swqr \ \ ........ 

w Uf of sw qr _ /_ 

lots 2 and 8 '..!.'..! 

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34 

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16 

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lots 5 and 6 

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UT (K TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Fond du Uc, St Louis 
c unty , State ol Minnesota, for the tax ot A.U. 1869, 
18(0 and 1861. ' 

From lot 22 to 180 on First street. 
From lot 21 to 180 ou Second street. 
iTom lot 21 to lf*0 on Third street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Fourth street. 
From lot 21 te ISO on Filth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on S.xth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Seventh street. 
Fro.n lot 21 to 180 on Fighth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Ninth street. 
From lot 74 to I'^O on Ita'ca street. 
From lot 88 to 180 on Cass street. 
From lot 101 to 180 on Huron street. 
From lot 102 to ISO on Erie street. 
From lot 109 to i-0 on Pembina street 
From lot 119 to 180 on Ontario street . 
Kri>ni lot 122 to 174 on Winnipeg street 
From lot 1 to 160 on Water street. 

UST OF TOW^f LtJTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Rice's Point, St 
• Hinty, State of Miune.sota, for the tax ol 



Louis 
A. D. 



50 13 



60 14 



SO 14 



1859,1800 and 1861 
F.r. Ill It 144 to 341, also 41 100 acres, on First street 
Fron lot 100 to 860, also 58-100 acres on Second st 
From lot 64 to 292, aUo 61 100 acres on Third bt 
From lot 20 to 360, al o 6'i-lO'J acres on F.,urth ^t 
From lot '26 to 3^0, aLso31 100 acres on Fifth st. 
From lot 37 to 40J, on Sixth st. 
From lot 295 to 406 on Seventh st. 
Fr"ia i'.i 401 to 4,11 on Eigath st. 

LIST OF IXlIi! 
UfliiiqutMi' iu Pirtlaud town site, in th-* village ui 
Duluth, in Saint I/)uig county. State ol Minnesota 
f r the tax of A D. 1859, 1860 and 1861. 

From lot 1 to 74 inclusive, 

lto74 " 

1 to 74 " 

1 to 74 " ' 

1 to 74 '• ' 

1 to 74 " ' 

" 1 to 74 " ' 

" : to 74 '■ ' 

" I to 74 " 

lto74 •' • 

" 1 to 74 " 

1 to 74 " ' 

" 1 to 74 " 

" 1 to 74 " ' 

" 1 to 74 " ' 

" 2 to 74 " ' 

1 to 73 " ' 
" 1 to 74 " ' 
•' 1 to 5i " • 
" 1 to 74 '• '■ 
" Ito&t " ' 
" I to 74 " ' 
" Itoia " 
" J to '.4 «' ' 

2 to 74 '• ' 
" 10 to 74 " 
" 36 to 74 " ' 
" 52 to 74 " ' 



50 14 



49 
00 

49 
M 



14 
14 

14 
13 



EaBl Greenlee street. 

West Greenlee '• 

East Austin " 

WestAustiu '• 

Kast HcAdams ■> 

West McAdams " 

Ea.st .Johnson " 

West Johnson '• 

Fast Drew " 

West Drew " 

Fjist Dick " 

WestlHck " 

East Perry •' 

West Perry " 

East Clifton •» 

West Clifton " 

East Chestnut " 

West Chestnut " 

liast Cadwell " 

West Cadwoll " 

Fast Newton •' 

West Newton " 
East Albert 

West Albert " 

Clark " 

Carlton •' 

Post " 

Foster " 

Also Btocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 <m Superior street and 
5-7 on Lake street. 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the villa;?e of (Upper) Duluth. Faint 
1 ouiti county, State of Minnesi ta, for taxes for the 
ynars 1859. 1860 and 1861. 
From lot 1 to lot 300 inclusive on Lake Avenue. 
From lot 1 to lot 302 inclusive on Minnesota Avenue 
From lot 1 to lot .102 inclusive on St I ouis Avenue 
From lot 262 to ZQi inclusive On Lake Shore Avenue. 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 

Deliuquent in the villcge of (Lower) Duluth, Saint 
Louis county, State of Minnesota, for faxes f. r A.D 
1859, 1860 and 1861. ^ 

From lot 1 to lot 400 inclusive on Lake Avenue. 
From lot 1 to lot 4!iO inclusive on Minnesota Avenue. 
From lot 1 to lot 400 inclusive (n St. Louis Avenue. 

LI>T OF BLOCKS AND PIER BLOCKS 

Delinquent ia the village of Oneota, St. Louis county, 
Stale ot Minnesota, for taxes, .^.. l). I860 and 1861. 
Blocks 1, 2, 2>i,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 10, 11,12,13, 
14. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,i0,22, 23, 25, 26, 27,28, 29, 
30, :U, 32, 33, 34. 35,. IS, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45. 
46, 4 7, 40, .^O, 61, 5.!, £3, 54, 65, '26, 67, 5S, 59, Od 
bl, 62, 63, 64, 65, 65>,. fi6, 07, 68, 69, 70, 71, vA 
73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, SO, 82, 83, 89, PO, 91, 92, 
92>i,93, 94, 95, 96. . . . , 

Pier Blocks Halifax, Atlantic, Boston, New York 
Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Ontario, Erie, St Mary's' 
Superior, Msrquette, Oregon , Pacific and Puget. 

CARLTO.V COr.VTV. 



Joseph I. Beaumont. 



(arcdSmoR ro hka» sioit a (m)ki>w« ) 



Cr R O C E II 



anp 



186;^. 



186S. ^^^ GROCERV HOUSE IN ST. PAUL. 



CORNER THIRD & JACKSON STS. 
apr9:d&w2w ST. PACL.. 

^J^OR SALE. ^ 

A FINE NEW BUGGY, 

ONE HORSK WAfK)N 

AND TWO HORSF.S. 
mar22 NICUL.N <& UKAK. 

W IL. 1. N~0~T li li K A K - 

The Mica Chimneys 

WOl not break. Sole agents for St. Paul, 

E. & H. y. BELL. 
St. Paul, Feb. 23th. 1862. feb26 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO STE^jaao^T.TIEJ\% HOT KM. jjytt 
fiT.iGIi rROFHMETORS, LIVE' 



lust received, a new supply of '' no cbih.vkt " 
BURNERS, suitable for hnming 

CARBON OIL IN LANTERNS. 

They are a great saving of expense, and give twice 
lb* amount of light that the old oil lamps give. 
E. & H. Y. BELL, 

St. Paul, March 5. Near Winslow House. 



jy 



THENORTHEIIIV LINE 1862 sfrini; tradi; 



K KOK U K n VV KN PORT. 1 HTBUQUE, 
ST. l»ArJL AND STILI.WATKR. 

'»n the openin;^ ol" uarigatiou, 
XHK N0RTHI:RN LIVK P.%C'KKT!S 

Will resume their regular trips t< yt. I'aul and inter 



L K A V 1 



mediate ports 

N (j .S 'I" 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO., 

Branch of Oooiey At Tower, (loruierly Liver .j.ore ti 
Cooley) St.ly)uis, established 1843. 

WHOLKSALE GROCERS 



LOUIS 

Every Tuesday. Thursday uiid Saturday eves 
ningH, ut 4 o'clock. 



('OramiSKION TIKRCHANTS 

In consequence of the general depression ot busi iMi.Ai.iroi.o ... . 
ness, the Northern Line Packet C,;mp»Dy will im\j \ llrOKTliKS OF FDREI6\ FKIJITS. SW, WIIM 
run tbee bn:.ts per wee's to .-^t. 1 aul. ""viiu, ,\\iia, ni.Ui}, 



THE NOHTilERN LL\E PACKET COMPV 

Will alao run to Dubuque a line of pai^kets, 

LtaviHg SI. l.nuU tcerff ^Honaay, U^fH- 

ntmday and t-riday at 4 o^efock, F.M, 

Tims making a daily line ae ar a'; Dubuque. 

The Packets will leave from the I.orthem Line Wliarl 
Boat, at the foot oi Washington Avenue. 

THOMAS B. RHODES, 

President . 

Bornp & Cham]plin, 

apr4-7m Agents, St. Paul. 



LIQUORS, CIGARS, A.C. 

JACKSON ST. (bet Levee A Third) ST. PALL 



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Notice ia hereby given that the partner.>hip hereto- 
foie existing between the suhscril>ers under the style 
of Sanborn i: Lund is this day oissolvf.l by mutual 
coogent, 

Dated St. Paul, March 37. 1862 

.lOH.N' B. SANBORN, 
CUAR'uESC. LUND. 

The business of the late firm of Sinborn & Lund 
will be adjusted and clos^ out by the subscriber at 
tha office of Horn & GaUiSna, and all persons indebt- 
ed to fiiid firm are requested to call auti make imme- 
diiite pavmeut 

St. Paul, March 27, 1962. 

inar29:6w CHAS. C. LUND. 



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An educated gentleman from Boston, Mass., de- 
sires work. He will be glad of a clerkship in a Store 
or Hotel; or will accept any poiitiou where the brain 
is not overtasked and the body may have healthy ex- 
ercise. Undoubted references. Addres.", tor on- 
month, CLARENCE BiriLER, Daily Press Office, St. 
I^u[. apr2 

Wtiolesiile DealOT In Imported aiid Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Tbirtl iftreet, Between .lieks-jn and Robert tHreets 
t. Pf»ui, MiunePota. 



Constantly ou hand a full sappfy of 

DOUBLE UEOTIFIKD, 

AND 

OLD RYE & BOURBON WHISKEYS 
majS.ei 

Idijndas mills^ 

CELEBRATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 

For Sale in bbU. or sacks by 

K. & H. Y. Bell, near the Winslow Uonse ; S K. Put 
uaoi, corner 3d and Market .«!t». ; Beaumont & Gor- 
don, corner .3d and Jackson Stjs. ; J. B. Slicbter, cor- 
ner of 7th and Jackson 8ts. 

Warranted the best XX Kaniily Klour j.tTered in this 
ms.,rket. Orders from Hotels, Bakers and others shall 
hare prompt .attention and imme<liate delivery. 

fR'lu. J .«. ARfHIB.iLn 



For Ten Days Longer 



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DlWCRIFflOS. 

g hfof swqr 

Kw qr 

lots 

lots 1,2, 3and4 

lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 

lots 1, 6 an f 7, sec 6, lots 1, 2, 3.. 



. . . 7 
...18 
... 1 
... 6 
... 6 
8 



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Carp RIVER TOWNSHIP. 



PUIntifl's Att'y. 



t^T^TE Of ,niJVJ\'ESOTJ COVJVTW 

*^ OK RAMSEY— SS. * "^ m w 

IN IHSTRICT COURf, SECOND DISTBICrr 
Adam Sachs, 



ceeding at law has be«„ mstiiuted t,, recover the debt 
iecired by said mort/age, nor any part there, f 
no part of said debt has been naid ■ "*'^"'<^f. 



and 



Sachs, ] 

against V 

ied Heimbach.j 



Gottfrie 

The State of Minnesota to Gottfrie.1 Heimbach de- 
fendant above named : 

You are hereby summoned and requited to answer 
the complaint of the plaintiff which is on Hie in the 
office of the Clerk ot sail Court, at St. Paul, in said 
county of Ramsey, anl to serve a copy o! jimr u'l 
swer to said complaint within twenty days after the 
service hereof upon you, exclusive of the day of such 
service, npon the subscribers at their office in St. 
Paul, and if yo'i fail to answer s.iid complaint within 
the time afor said the plaintiff will take judgmi>nt 
against you tor the sum of one hundred and fifty dol. 
\\T-', with interest as follows: On SlOO from April 
20lh,1857,upto October lst,1858,at the rate of two and 
one half per ce it. per month rn said one hundied 
dollars, from October Ist, 1858, at seven per cent per 
annum ; on $50 at the rate of two and one half per 
cent, per month from the Isf day of Janu.iry, 1857. 
up to January 1st, 1868, and on said $50 from said 
January Ist, 1858; at the rate of seven per cent 
annum, besides c-ists and disbursements ot suit. 

J. AC. n aUJiTLLAN, Plff's Att'ys. 

DMwcadaw 



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w hf of sw qr.... 
n hf of ne qr.. .. 
8 hf of ne qr • • • • 

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w hfof se qr 

e ht of K« qr .... 

nw qr 

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4 
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6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
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e hi of ge qr g 

w hfof neqr, ne qr of ne qr 9 

seqrofneqr 9 

se qr g 

lotl .......'."..'."'..'.'.'10 

lot 2 and nw qr of nw qr 10 

lotg 1 aod 2 IS 

lot 2, nw qr of ne qr and n bf uf nw qr 17 

n e qr 

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lots 2 and 3, s bf of nw qr . , . , 

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lots 4, 5, 6, 7, .sec 8, lots 5, tj, 7 and 8 Jt 

lotsl,2, 8 9 

lots 4 and se rofneqr g 

lot 1 and nw qr of nwqr 10 

lots 2,3, and sw qr of ne qr 10 

lots 5and6 jo 

lotl !'..".!. '12 

s hf of se qr 12 

e hf of sw qr 12 

gw qr se qr and se of sw qr 13 

, w hf ol ne qr, ne qrof seqr&ne qrofswqIS 

lot 1 ' . 15 

lote 16 

ne qr of nw qr and nw qr of ne ^r 24 

s hf of ne qr and s hf of uw qr 24 

e hf of nw qrand ehf ofsw qr 31 

w hfof ne qr and nw qr of seqr 31 

ne qr <J3 

• hf of ne qr and n Lf of se qr 34 

w bf ot ne qr and e hi of nw qr '.36 

n hf of ne qr 33 

L4KE OOCNTY. 

lots 1, 2,3, and uw qr ofsw qr 25 

lots 1, 2, .3, and swqr of gw qr 29 

shfefseq and se qr ot sw qr and lot 4. .fQ 

ne qr of nw qr and lot 1 31 

sw qr of se qr and se qr of sw qr 2 

nw qr of ne qran'i lot 2. se qr of se qr, sec 

2andlot 1 n 

e hf of ne qr n 

nwqr H 

lots 3 and 4 and w hf se qr 12 

e hf of nw qr and w hf of ne qr 17 

ne qr of se qr 21 

lots 1 and 2, n hfof sw qr, and nw qr of se 

qr 22 .. 

s hi of sw qr and sw qr of se qr 22 .. 

8 hf ne qr and s bf of nwqr 22 

lot 1 ami n ht of nw qr 27 

lotg 1 , 2 and 3 6 52 

lots 1 and 2 and se qr of n \v qr 11 63 

sw i[r of nw (|r and ew frac qr, gee 11 and 

lotl 14 .. 

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se qr 18 . . 

neqr 19 .. 

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The bakince of the stock is selling 

W I T H O U J RESERVE 

At Anction Prices. 
The greatest bargains are being given. 
JW"Store and Dwelling House for rent low. 

'«. SCOTT, 

aprll :2w Third street. 

^^iSSOLVTIOJS" or PJtR TJVEHSUiF 

Notice is hereby given that t)i« partnership hereto- 
iOT'i existing between the cubscribera known as the 
firrj of VROMAN & CROCKLTT, is this day dissolved 
by mutnal consent. 

H. N. VROMAN, 
N. CROCKETT. 

T: e businees will be carried on at the old gtand by 

N. CROCKETT, 
_^linneapoIls, March 2»th, 1862. aprl2:tniv2 

MANUKACTDRKKS AND DEALER.-^ 
In Capper, Shetl..iroti, and Tin lyare. 

Opposite the Big Clock, 



tfJtJ,TEtt W. WEMB^ 

WUnLK&lLK llfAI.KK IV 

Foreign Wines tl Liquors, 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKEY. 

AKO MO Nl HEAL MALI WIIISKET. 

1 Hud that the impression prevails that pure 
Foreign Wines and Brandy can loi be obtained in 
&t. Paul. 1 wish to assure the citizens and oth- 
ers Uiat hey can safely rely upon getting pure, 
uijadu Iterated Wines, Brandien and (Jin iromme, 
equal to any imported. 

1¥. W. WEBH. 
Also, London Porter, Scotch .si'^, Scotch Whiskey. 



KING & CO., 

niULIsRH I.X 

FRESH MEATS. POULTRY & GAME 

of all kinds and in an^ quantity. 

Persons wishing CHOICE L01« of the best kind, 
and at the lowest price, can alvays find everything 
in the Fresh Meat line et 

KING & (; o. • s 

Well known sto'e ou Wnbasbnv stieet, near Fifth. 
Tho»>e who like good Hving sho ild give ns a call, *f 
we al ways kee u a cbniee lot on huid. f«b9-d1y 



VIABLE 




T >: R M S CASH. 



COOI.KY, TOW BR * to. 

Invite the attention of COUNTRY MEKCHANTd, and 
all desiring GOOD (iOOm AT LOW PRICES to Uieir 

LARGE .k WELL ASSORTED .STOCK 



To which liberal additions 
opening of navigation. 

Our connections with St. Lou 
enable us to 



wi'l \if maiie upon 1U« 



IS and the Jlagt »ii! 



Ok 



DUPLICATE .ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO 
.MILWAUKEE PRICFS, 

Without, in many casw, a.i.Hug to tore, diflerenoe ta 
cost of transpoi taiioii. 

.1. B. SiLlCHTKR, 

Having effected an arrangement with Megsrs CfKjLlT , 
TOWER & CO. would be liapp, to ^ and serve Uia 
friend/I in his new position. 

Saint Faul.M.rch 6. 1SP2 o<,fn j 

• » Haid and Soft .<bPll Almonds. Filberts, i'ecans 



«c., *c 



CfXiT, V. Tri\rKR A: 



^UtBBO.y «r/,.-.50 BBI.S. BEHT 

' Fn^f'^fh't^"'; "'^'°,^ 1 "'"' '■""■'■^'^ »' »'»« celebrated 
tapi-.n Oil ' lor sale low to close a' 

COOLEY^T OWER A: CO.*S. 

^anu Jute K .pe ■ Be^: Oor.is, ri oom Twine. Sc ie 

''l COOLERjroW'ERjkJWS 

^OEJhEE~l5» B,M«S RtO .#.Vy# M^. 

■*-'£Uuyra, prime, lo pact'g^Mooh.i do. very choi-je 

m'll^'r COOt.EY TO WEIt Af CO. 

i^fJCEtt.-SO BJVS J^EPI-ERjWu 

,^■"^1^ • *''•" ^'"'wegs, Cloves, Cas.^ia. Ginger 
Cream Tartar. Babbitt's >aieni' OS .i^c kr m 
^COOLEY TOWEK & CO.»« 



td 
hv 



■^^ td, i owdere^l. &c. for sale at lo 



X OF. NEW YORK. 



CASH CAPITA] «;100,iH>0 

NETT SUKPLL'S 129,000 



mVIKKNDS ON CAPIT.VL UMITLM BY ITS CHAR 

"Vrw TO 7 PER CENT PER Ct N'T 1'KH ANMM 

—THE ENTIRE PROFIT.-! (jd TO THE 

I*OLlCY HOLDEPS. 



Tiiis Society was organized in the y.-:ir 1850. with a 
cash cAjjifai of $100,000 d<'po;iil.id iirovocihir with 
the Instirau'^e I'epartmf-nt of th" .State of New York, 
in r.S, tsinds, ou which it allow , but 7 per Cent, per 
annuiu to the stockholders, and t.e entire profits ol 
the busine-s is shared by the folicy holders The 
nett profits in two years amounts to f 129,000, which 
shows an unparalleled success in the history of Life 
Insurance. Its u]>erations are managed by a Board 
of Directors composed of the ablest business men ol 
the country and its business is conducted entirely on 
the c.:sh piiiu. Divii'.end.s to tlw p'dicy hol.lei.s wil; 
be m?.de every five years, and no 0>mp»ny in the 
oountrv oSers equal advantages t 1 its dealers. 

W.\I. C. ALI XANDfJl, Prest. 
HE.VRV B Hydk V. Pres \ Gao. V. Pniiup*, Actuary 

H. S. DURAND, Milwaukee, Gen. Agent, 
W. W. KING, State Agent for Minnesota. nirliy 



JP 

west oiarkei rates 
OpOLEY TO%VEK Ar TO. 

c ool ey tower a: co. 
bTve 



t^T,MRVM~l51i BOXES .f.V/* 

*^ boxes family ,JO! srle at low rates, br 



JJl^UIEi0 JPPLEa WE 



about 100 osctis ot 
market rate,., at 

<M»OI.,EY T4»%YRa A 



prime quality < n hand at 



Wm. 

WATCH 



lUingworth, 

MANUFACTURER, 



ASD 



TOWN Cl.OOK BUII.DEK. 

SKiN OF THE TOWN CLOCK 
JJCBsoAT ST., s^tijyj pa 1.1.. 



JOHN A. STEES, 
UNDERTA. KER, 

CDRSER TUmi) d- Ml WNi::S01A yJ6. 67. i'Ai'L. 



JACKSOy ST. 

St. Pa^l. November 1-1. 



1861. 



57. PAUL 

novl4dfcwlv 



TOHlSr A. STEES, 
Fnrnitiire & Cabinet Ware 

Of erery Tariety of style and pattern. 
Corner 3d nntt Allimcaota SI*, ist. Paul. 

4j^AU kinds of lumber taken in trade.^y 
Jjanftdwly. 

Jf^ OR RE JV T * 



47 18 



G4 6 



^s 



65 8 



64 9 



FIIIST CLASS LARGE DWELLLVG HOUSE 

On Summit Avenue, near St. Paul F*niale Seminary, 
in the begt repair. Lot 80 by 176 feet. Enquire of 
Maltb^, Webb tt Co.. In Concert Ha ll. aprl 8: m* 

REQULAR 

Minnesota River Packet. 

The steamer JE A Kl^ETTE ROB. 
EKTS will run regularly during the 
season ot navigation to New CIm, and 
all iiit"rrne<iiate points. 
Forfreiifht or passage apply on bosrd. 
aprl7:3ni NEt fWjN ROBRRT^, Master. 

READY 




Sole agent f)r >f. tsllio Burial Cs-es and Caskets. 
jan6d&wly 

"Mp* ,.njij\'/,ir.s »,n/TB^s 

Superior Writiiig Fluid 

Has been before the public for three years, and wher 
everufed,is pronounced EoUAl ii not superior to 
any imported ink. 

The publisher of the .Vew York Independent, upon 
ordering a quantity, says— ' We tind after giving i! 
a fair trial thut it is the Bi^yTIVR 'le have ever usol " 

This Ink bab been thoronghly tested and is now 
used by Bankers and others tlirou(fhont the country. 

For sale by D. D. MERRILL, et Paul. 

J^Dealirs will address 

SMITH & BHOWNWELL, 

>?»< Manufacturer*. Mar<lius, N. Y. 



Having had over thirty years experience iu the best 
Watch Factories in England and Amer ca, he leela 
himself competent to do anything in his liue a little 
'uperior to any other establishment in the northwest. 

9^S 3. Persons wishing to perfeot themseUe. 
in the business will be received under instruction on 
very moderate terms. Fine work done and Clock and 

Watch Wheels cut for the trade at low rates. mr»y 

— — « 

Q VER i.Jtjyo jmUBJ%'E V 

10 TUK 

Salmon River Gold Mines, 

IX VVASHLVGTON TERRITORY. 

The subscriber proposes to sUrt (or the Salmon 
Kiver Gol 1 Mines, between the first and sixth of May, 
overland, and will provide transportstion and provis- 
ions to all pers ns wbo will ,„in his company tor*126 
for each person. A fteposit of *25 must be paid on or 
before the tifleenth of April, to secure a passage 

Apphci'ion to be made to the anderg gned at hin 
ofhce on Fourth street, opp,.site the City ball .<.iuare, 
M. Paul, Minn 

MILKS WAVTrl)._io pair first class MULR* want- 
ed, tor winch cash will be jiaid on delivery 

apr9 lin» THOUa<» 



THOMAS DALY 



JV 



i* 



FURNISHED. 



nw qr 

Be qr 

gw qr 

nw qr 

nwqr of ne qrand lot 2 

sw qr of se qr 

g hf of ne qr and n w qr of ne qr . . . . 

s bf ofnw qr 

lots 1 , 2 and 3, and w hf of sw qr. . 
neqr of sw qr,gec 31 «nd nwqr of aw qr and 
lots 8 and 4 .12 



12 



JWmCE /* HBBEBW fUVKM" 

•' » that the whole of the several tracts and town 
lots in said list contained, or go much thereof as will 
be necessary to pay the taxes and penal y charged 
thereon, will be sold at the ofBce of the County 
Treasurer, in the village of DuLuth, connty ot Saint 
1 onis, and Stat« of MinnesoU, on the first Monday of 
June, A D. 1882, by the Ooonty Treasurer, unless 
such taxes and penalty be paid before that time 

LEWIS H. MERRETT, 
Ooanty Auditor, Bt. Looii •tmatr, lOu. 
apl9.4«r 



Any person having, or who may shortly have, a 
houte already lumished to rent, will please apply to 
FAIROHILTt & PEASE, who will find them an appU- 
^°t ^^ aprlfrlw 

M. N. KELLOGG. ~ 

WHOUBALK AXI> RCTAIL 

Dealer in Fruits, Toys, 

OONFECTIONEKY* &c. 

MAPLK SUGAR, 

" M. N. IKELLOGGS. 

SWEET CIDER & CIDER VINEGAR 

l^'Stat finest article of Chewing Tohr^co and Pecarg. 

a4 ' 

fi»b»-dlv 



Bi 



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H O ir SB 



MRS KLIZ \ FKlUiUSON 

Corner 4th &, Wnbaa.Uaw !<(t«., 

Ha« accommodations lor a few a<lditiona1 board'V* 
T»'-mB modorBfB 



.»o7ll- 



J. F. BLODGET, 

aCMHTOR OP JlJS'O/i.i ^COirjVTt, 

Will pay taxes for non-residents, aud furnish infor- 
mation in relation to hinds iu Anoka county. 

Any information in reUtion to delinquent taxes 
urnislied free of charge. 



F. KNAUFT, 

Corner of Seventh and Olive atreeta. 
n.Ks IS ADDiTio.'e TO RM s«w Awn rru. stocx. or 

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS 

A complete asscrtment tf 

Queensware, Lamps, &c. 

All of whiclj will be gold at (he lowest possible rates. 

NEW PLATFORM .SCALES. 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct snd ready 
for use. Those who have Hay.' Grain or Live Stock 
or sale, can gave money by getting It weiehed 
"P-^l^ f»b28rlv 



FAIRBANKS' 



.^A.VDARD 




C A L £ S 



marl2:dtf 



M. N. KEIJXWG'S. 



ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(8uc(«ssor« to Horn & Galusha and Sanborn it Lund) 

Saist Part, Mi.nnisota, 

Practice in all the Courts of the Sta'te and in the 
Courts of the United States, at Uw, in Chanoery and 
in Admiralty. 

Ool leet ions carefully and promptly attended to. 

mh29:ly 

g MqvoB6 Jijvu cjrs,0Ba 

We invi'.e special attention to our large and eom' 
plete itoek of LIQ,(;OR9 AND CiG.ARiS, all ol 
whiet we will sell under guaranty •• to quality, aod 
»t prt«M thftt at* paid feir iBferior f«Dda. 

ooouEr, Town * {«,_ 



FIRST ARRIVAJ. 



NEW SPRING GOODS 

AT 

JV. II. BLUM'S. 

49-E^erything of the most desirable kind in the Dry 
OodeLinejmt received. CUl and sei-.-^( m27:ln> 

Wanted to Buy. 

Any pen-on who WANTS TO SELU a mixed stock of 
Dry Goo.!b aod (iroceriea, or stock of either on rea- 
sonable terras may find a safe purchaser by addreesing 

R. D., Dandas, Minn, 
marlfrlm 



C. E. Woolsey & Co. 

[(Soecessors to L 0. Wi son,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. ail SOUTH WATEK .ST , CHICAGO. 

ON C0.V8IQNMENT8 



OF ALL EJA'D.S' 
FAIRBANKS & OREENLKAF 
17a Lmbt mrttt, CMemfo. 

Soil in Saint Paul, by J. C. ft H 0. BURBt.VK 
;t9-Bay only tbe genuine. a20-dly 



OF *nomTei,MtlE SJiLK. 



CASH ADVANCES 
■arlidltwly 



J^OTiCB 

—Default bag been made in tbe conditions of a 
cerUin indenture of mortgage, bv the non payment 
ol money therein secured X-, be piid, n-ade and exe- 
cuted by Lyman Dayton and Maria B. Dayton, bto 
wile, of St. Paul, Ramsey county. Minneso a, mortga 
gors. to Alvm Strong, of Stockbridge, Madison coun 
ty. Vew York. morUagee. dated the 6th day <'f April, 
A. K. 1S60, and recorded on the Uth day of April, 
K. D. 1860, in the office of the Reftis'er of Deeds ot 
said Rain»ey county, in Book Q, of mortgages on pagea 
'•iiO and 341. There is claimed to be due and payable 
at the date of this notice, on the promissory note se- 
cured by said mortgage, the S'lm of thirteen hundred 
aud tidy 36-100 dollars ($l.'l.')0 Zft) snd no suit orpn> 
ceediugs at Uw have been institu'ed to recover tb« 
debt, or any part thereof, secure<l by said mortgage. 
The lands are described in shl! mortgage as follows 
to wit: 

" All those tracts or parcels of laud lyingand being 
in therotnty of Ram.Key and State of Minnesota, des 
cribed as follows, to wit : Lots number sixteen. (16) 
seventeen, (17) eighteen, (18) nineteen, (19) and 
twenty, (20) in bl>«k number eighty two, (82) iu 
Dayton k Irvine's Addition to the City of St Paul," 

Vow therefore, notice is hereby given, that the said 
mortgage will be foreclosed, aod that the said mort- 
gaged premises wi'l, by virtue of a power of sale con- 
tained in and recorded with said mortgage, and pur- 
suant to tbe statute in gueh case made and provided, 
be gold at publ c vendue, to the highest bidder for 
caak, at he front door of the court house in St. Paul 
in gaid Ramsey connty, on the 24th day of May, 
A. p. lRff2.et 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, and the' 
liroceeds of said sale applied to tbe satigfaction ot 
said mortgage debt and the cotts and expense* ut gaid 
t-ale as allowed bv law. 

Dated St. Paul, April 5th, A. D. 1S«2. 

ALVIN sraONo, Mortgatee 
Sranon * Oaavu, Attoraeya for Hortncae 
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THE 



SAINT PAUL 




PRESS. 



vOLUMi: 11. 



Sl\ PAUL, MINNKSOTA FRIDAY. APRIL 25 IHH2. 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 



^i^ Thh papor has a larger Daily, Tri- 
weekly ami Weekly circulation tlian any other In 
Minite«ata, an I therefore presents inducements to ad- 
Tertiser* wliich they will not aod elwwhere. 



ST. PAUL. FKIDAY. APKIL 25. 



jgy SEE FOURTH PAGE. 

THE NEV¥S TftllS JXIOKNING. 

Burn^'ule'9 attack on the ribel force at 
Elizabeth City— uccounis of which first 
came troin the rebels, who ciaimed a victo- 
ry — turns out to have beJii a success to our 
side. 

A large rebel lorce is conceutrating at 
Gorilonsville, and there are intimations from 
Washington that a nioreinent of the eno> 
mv on lliat city, by way of Manassas, is 
feared. 

From New Mexico we iiave news that 
di-provis the rebtl .^tory of some days ago, 
that Col. Canby hid f-urrendered Fort 
Craii?. C*'l. Slough, after lighting the recent 
battle, in which neither i-ide gained any. 
thing d'.'cijive, has lallen back to Fort Union. 
Col. Cauby is attempting to torm a junction 
with Col, Siough's command, to operate 
with their united forces. A bloody battle 
is expected. 

At Yorktowii the siege is progressinir. 
From Tennesst-e we hear of the activity of 
Mitchell, and that large reinforcomeuts had 
arrived at Pittsburg Landing. 

We have Lothing from Com. Foote's 
Meet. 

iTiK. \vhi::eluck.'s lecture. 

The brilliant lecture last night was a 
fitting tiuale of a course, which in its gener. 
al success is without a precedent in the hiss 
tory of lecture:=i io St, Paul. 

Penning this, as we do, with the weird in- 
tiuence of the lecturer's enchantment still 
upon ns. we can hardly trust onrselvtsto 
epeak of it as we feel. To the reader who did 
not hi ar it, our words would seem an ex- 
travagant panegyric ; while to those who 
heard it, we should tail to do justice to any 
liiariiig ol it? affluence of thousht and 
splendor o! illustration. 

The lecture was beyond all criticism in 
fulleesi?" of ideas aud gorgeous luxuriance 
ol -iriipery— the latter always and duly 
Hubordinaied to th'i former. 

Upon the iuteilectual canvass it tilled the 
measure— it wu borrcv.' a simile from the 
painters — it Tintoretto's maxim, the draw- 
ing of Michael Augelo, and the coloring of 
Titian. And, we might add, the bo'dness 
and rapidi;y ot e.\ecution that won for 
Tiottiretto iiimself the surname of il Furioao. 

i'liere was no art of oratory— at times a 
nervous writhing that was almost painful 
to witness; no elocution that bad ever had 
the slightest training, though needing it 
much. Yet when the full tide of thought 
swept up. Ireiglited with poetic beauty. Ail- 
ing a«d overflowing the soul of the earnest 
and utterly self-lorgetting speaker, there 
wa-> an eloquence that no art could add to, 
or imitate. There was then a transfigura- 
tion of countenance that shone with a light 
that is only lit by the tire of genius. 

But we lorget ourself — we had not meant 
to essay any criticism or encomiums. 



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GOVEBN.nCNr HOSPITALS 
;tllNiNESOTA. 

Since writing an introductory paragraph 
to a suggestion of the State Atlas, recom- 
mending the establishment of Military Hos- 
pitals at St. Anthony Falls, we have been 
favored with the following letter from the 
A^sii^tant Surgeon General of the United 
States, with permission to publish it. The 
letter is to Surgeon J. H. Stewart, who 
had written the Surgeon General, urging 
the peculiar healthfulness of our climate, as 
shown by the army register kept at Fort 
Sncllmg. and tl-e facility with which the 
fiick and woundtd of the .Mississippi Depart- 
ment could be transported hither by water. 
Dr. Stewurt set forth with truth and reason 
that the advantages ot our high latitude 
during the summer months especially — the 
fine atmosphere, and the exemption frem 
all malaria, or local diseases, such as prevail 
in the States below, in which our soldiers 
are campaigning, and the facilities that ex- 
ist at Fort Snelling for hospital accommo- 
dations, leave no room to doubt the wisdom 
and expediency of bringing thousands of 
our wounded to .Minnesota, where they could 
be restored in good health to the service in 
one-third the time that would be required 
in the latitude of St. Louis, aud hundreds 
of valuable lives saved. 

Surgeon General's Offick, I 
Washington City, April 18, 1862. j 

Sie:— Your communication of the 9th ult., 
having reference to the locating of a military 
hospital at Fort Snelling, has been received. 
I am instructed by the Sargeou General to in- 
form you, in reply, that for the present am^ 
pie accommodations have been provided tor 
the sick. The beautiful and healthy site of 
Fort Snelling commends it for the purpose 
indicated, and should an emergency arise, the 
expediency of utilizing it will be fully con* 
aidered. Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 
(By order.) [M. J. ASCH, 

Asst. Sur. U, S. A. 

Surgeon J. H. Stbwart, M. V., St. Paul, 
Minnesota. 



HOSPITALS AT ST. ANTHONY— 
A OUOD SUGGESTION. 

We fully endorse the following sugges- 
tion of the Slate Atlas, and ask the atten- 
tion of our members at Washington to it. 
A representation of the advantages o^ our 
climate for the sick would ensure favorab'e 
acton, we think, on the part of the Secre- 
tary of War : 

At the Falls are three very large hotels, 
now vacant, which could be readily turned into 
■o many hospitals for our sick and wounded 
soldiers. The Government can lease these 
buildings at very low terms. They oau «ui- 



NUMBER 99. 



Iv be fitted up to nccominoilate a thousuud pa- 
tients. Ttieii \vh:i! a blessed boon for the sick 
to be taken l'ron\ tlie coniiiiij liot niularius 
summer of the South, nil the way by l>i>al, 
to this cool, health-givini; chniaie. The 
chances for recovery to our Noitlit;rn burn sick 
in hospitals al St. Louis iiml below, vvill be at 
least doubled by reuiuval to Minnesota. 



SrKVEYOKS Gi::\KKAL IN THE 
TEKICiroUIES. 

The following stctiuii, which we copy 
from the Leg slative, Judicial and Execu- 
tive appropriation act of Congress, approv- 
ed -March 14, 18G2, it will be seen, abolishei 
the office ol Surveyors General iu the Ter- 
ritories of Utah and Nevada. We pre- 
sume this action was taken by Conens^ as 
a measure ol ect:noniy. Hon John W. 
North, Surveyor Gentral of Nevada, is 
thus legislated out of office : 

Sec. 4. And be it further tnacted. That 
from aud after the first day of July next, aud 
until otherwise ordered by the President, the 
territories of Utah and Colorado shall constitute 
one surveying district; and the duties of survey- 
or general in said district shall bp performed by 
the surveyor jjeneral of Colorado, and the sur- 
veying district of Nevada shall be united to that 
of Cahfornia; the duties of the surveyor gene- 
ral of theformer shall be performed by the surv 
vevor general of California; aud the transfer 
«f the eflects ar.d archives of the said oHice 
shall be made under the instruction of tiie 
General Land Office. 

THE OLD SIEGE OF YORKTOVrN. 

The Nrw York 'I r.lniiic rr.ake-i the fol 
lowing historical rcsunn- oi the siege of 
Yorktowi) in 1781, between the allied for- 
ccs of America and France, under Wash- 
ington and R'.chambeau.aiid the entrenched 
IJritish forces under Lord Cornwallis. The 
armies now in the same situation are of 
cour.>e upon a much larger .-icale, but I he 
respective positions of the two co!iten<jing 
bodies are very similar. The country rests 
in confidence that Cornwallis' fate awaits 
the rebels : 

History repeats itse f ; and, in the siege 
now in progrtiJs before Yorktown, we have, 
on a much larger scale, the ripetitirii ol 
the siege of 178L to result, we cannot 
doubt, in like n. miner — in the triumph ol 
Liberty over its enemic.-!. 

On the 28th oi September, 1781. General 
Wa-hingion inarched fiotn AVilliamsburg, 
on the peninsula between the James and 
York rivers, for the even then old York- 
town. He was accompanied by Rochamx 
beau. Chatelleux Du I'ortoail (jf the French 
army. Latayette was already in advaiii.'e, 
and the Count de Giassj lay of!" wi;h the 
French fleet in Lynhaveu Bay. The allied 
army, including militia, amounted te alxiut 
16,000 men. The English army ditl siot 
uumber more than 7.. 500. 

The main body of the English, under 
I^rd Cornwallis. was tncatnp d in the open 
ground around the town, witinn a range of 
outer redoubts and fi Id works calculated 
to command the peninsula, while a d-tichs 
meut of 600 or 700 men held Glouee-t-r 
Point, projecting from the opposite '^hon , 
far into tlie river, and narrowing it to tlit 
space of one mile. Comtniinioatiou between 
ihem was protected by tho batteries ;ind 
Knglish ships..of war lying under the l)at 
teries. 

The allied army advanced upon the town 
— the Americans having <he right and the 
French the lefi — and pre.«8ed on so eagerly 
that iu the night of the 30t.h, Lord Corn- 
wallis withdrew from his outer lines, and 
the works he had evacuated wi-xe nc.st day 
occupied by the besieging army, which in- 
vested the position in a semicircle ; 2,000 
men were stationed on tli- Gliueester side 
for the purpose of koeiiing up a rigorous 
blockade, which, after a sharp skirmish, ter 
minating unfavorably lor the British, they 
made no further attempt to interrupt. 

On the night of October 6, the first par- 
allel was opened within 600 yards of the 
British lines, and by the evening of the 9th 
several batteries and redoubts were com- 
pleted, an<l the fire ot the allies became 
very efli-ctive, compelling the enemy in 
may cases to witlidraw his caanon from the 
embrasures, and sh'^Ils and hot shot pa-^sing 
over the town, set fire to the Chaser frigate, 
of 44 L'ui.s, und .several transports, which 
were entirely coiisd;:.'.d. 

The second pavallel was opened on the 
night u! the llth vi'.i. in ;500 yards of the 
British lines, wiico, finding thai it was 
flanked by two isd; .ii;ced redoubts in front 
of the British work:-, it was determined on 
the 14th to carry them by storm, and ac- 
cordingly two nttaeking parties, one Amer- 
ican, led by Latayette, with whom served 
Alexander Hamilton, a-! Lieut Colonel, the 
other French, led by the Baron de Viomeuil, 
toward.s the close ol the tlay rushed upon 
theii- works, and, though receiving a hotun<i 
rapid fire, returned not a pingle shot, but 
carried them at the point ot the ba^'.inet - 
Hamilton leading the Aniorican coluinn 
wiih his battalion of light infantry. These 
captureil works being now included in the 
second parallel, the fire upon the fort be- 
came so fierce that surrendt r seemed una- 
voidable. A vigorous portie, led by Lieut. 
Colonel Abercrombie, wa-^ mad" on the 
16th of October, but was truinphantly re- 
pulsed, and Lord Cornwallis tlun conceived 
the der-perale plan of passing hi^ force over 
to Gloueestt r Point, and thence, mounting 
tli-jii as b-'.st he might by impres.sed horses 
— to force his way througii Maryland to 
Philadelphia. 

A part oi the army were actually thus 
tran^lern d, when a violi nt storm arose, 
which put an end to the transportation of 
the rest of thii army, and as soon as possi- 
ble those sent over wrre brought back. On 
the morning of the 17 th, the fire of the allies 
became so hot that the place was no longer 
tenable, and Lord Cornwalli,* ssked a ces** 
sation of hostilities f.»r twenty-four hours, 
and the appointment of coinnii,<8ioners to 
treat of surrender. 

Gen. Washington replied that only for 
two hours could he consent to suspend hos 
tilities, and tran-mitled at the .same time 
time such articles ol capitulation us he would 
be willing to grant. Commissioners were 
appointed in conformity on the 18th, on 
both sides — Vi--counl de .Mouilles and Col. 
I.Aui'en8 on the s-ide of the Allies, Col. Dun- 
das, and Major Ross, on behalf of the 
English. Tiiey agreed upon certain arti- 
cles, of which a rough copy only was made, 
but this Gen. WashinQ;ton transmitted to 
Lord Cornwallis early on the 19th, express- 
ing his expectation that the terms would 
be agreed to and signed by 11 o'clock, aud 
that the garrison would march out by 2 P. 
M. Accordingly at that hoar the post-i of 
Yorktown and Gloucester Point, with their 
garrison, and the ships in their harbor with 
their leanien, were surrendered to the land 
and naval forces of America and France. 
The army, artllery, arms, military chest, 
and public stores of every kind, were sur- 
rendered to Gen, Washinirtoii— the ships 
and seamen to Count de Grasse ; the total 
number of prisoners, excluding seamen, 
rather exceeded 7,000 men, among whom 
were two generals, thirty one field officeri 



three hundri d and twenty six captains and 
suh.-ilterns, &c 

The nig. tiation for surrender was opened 
oil the eleventh day aftt r breaking ground, 
and the capitulation was signed on the 1.3th 
da\'. 

The military and naval forces surrender as 
'■ prisoners of war — the artillery, arms, ac- 
contr:tnents, ard military chest and public 
.stores of every denomination, to be deliver- 
ed up unimpari.d — the garrison to march 
out at 2 ©clock, to a place appointed in 
front ot the po-t with .^^houldtred arms, 
eoloi 8 caseti, and drums bvaling — they are 
then to ground their arms, aud return to 
their camp — officers to reain their side" 
arm*, and officers and so.diers to keep their 
private property, ar^d no part of their bag- 
gage or papers to be subject to search or 
iusptction." The spot on which this memo- 
rable surrender was madi- is well known. It 
is designated in a plan of the siege, and is 
soon, we may trust, to be rendered more 
memorable by a like surrender of a much 
larger army— and thus combine in one glo- 
rious memory two great victories on the 
same ground. 

Gov. Donnelly's Lecture. — Very sel- 
dom has thire been in Minneapolis an audi- 
ence larger or better in quality than that 
which met last week under the directi'^n of 
the Soldiers' Aid Society, to listen to a lec> 
ture from Lieut Gov. Donnelly upon the 
War. And never did an audience go away 
l)etter pleased. The lecture embraced a 
sketch of the rise and progress of the war, 
of the underlying principles thereof, and tne 
probable result. It abounded in compre 
hensive and philosophic thoughts expressed 
in a dispassionate, finishe*! and statesman- 
like style peculiar to Mr. Donnelly. It was 
delivered in a deliberate and emphatic way, 
just as every man should speak who knows 
he has something valuable to say. The no 
ble and strictly truthful eulogy, pronounced 
upon President Lincoln, was received with 
the profoundest satisfaction by every one 
present The lecture, especially toward its 
conclusion, contained some elaborate and 
rather excessive laudations of the several 
nationalities embraced in the Northern 
army. These pa.«sages had the desired effect 
of obtaining tlie immediate applause of the 
crowd, but they were not in keeping with 
the excellent taste of the discourse other- 
wise displayed. — State Atlas, 23d. 

MW J.DVERT1SEM ENT8. 

^^ It J MB B^Bo^tjv ojpreitJBn. 

The sub.scrjber offers for .saio the e.xciasive right to 
the counties of Herinepia, Ramsey ami WsHhington, 

fi.r iho nale ol 

LYON'S COPPER LIGHTNING CONDUC- 
TORS, 

The b<>st article of -the kind in uae The above ofTers 
a chance lor a luc ative bu.-iness with a small capital 
invfsted CATHiRI.NE HAYS, 

Adm'x of the egtate of John A. Hays. 
Minneapolis, April 23, 1862, apr23-3t 



L()( AL AFKAIU8. 

* » 

Official Show Pkisoneb.s —Captain 
Saunders yest rday received a letter from 
Commissary General Taylor, requiring 
him lo furnish rations lor prisoners at l?ort 
Snelling. The requisition does not state 
the nuiutjer of p isoners or when they will 
arrive. We Fhould suppose, however, that 
as Gen, Taylor has made the demand for 
'' fe<."d," some of them will be along very 
soon. 

Captain C. L. Stephenson, Supervising 
Inspector of steamboats in this district, ar- 
rived yesterday, on official bnainess. 



WHITE CAKBON OIL! 

We are just receiving our; new stock of 

KIER'S BEbT WHITE CARBON OIL- 
E. dc H. ¥. BELL.. 



TO PAINTERS 



We have j 'ist received a stook of the celebrated 

B K N Z I N E , 

Which is now taking the place of Turpentine. Call 
and see it at F. & H. Y. BELL, Third st. 

St. Paul, April 26, 18C2. apr26 

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Thin! KtrPet, bet. Robert & ,Ja<>k^riu. 



u 



MifSOLVTMOJVor P^tt TJVBRSBIP. 



The paitnership hereto'ore existing under the name 
of HEWSON & BARNKS is dissolved by limitation. 
..^11 claims against the firm will be immediat<-ly paid 
in full by li. E. Barnes, and to him must be paid all 
debt.H due to the s>id firm. 

Saint Paul, Apr;! 14th, 1862. 

L. E BaKNES, 

CARD. 

The bu8ine«'<, collections, &c., of the late Grm of 
HEWSON At BARNES, is trans ferred to the Banking 
House of Thomp.«on & Brother, at which place, Mr. 
Bart.fi wiji hereafter be found reaily Knd happy to see 
any of the old customers of the late firm, 

fct. Paul, Aprir24, 1862. 

apr26 L. E. BARNES. 



JV O T M C B , 



rmi Ji K B 

The notice purporting to be published by me, the 
ISth inst., over my signature in the St. Paul Daily 
Pkrss and Pioneer and Demoarat, stating that the 
note given by me to Adclph Hunziker for $334, and 
handed over to M. Hunziker, was fraudulent and 
void, was done under misrepresentation made to me 
and a threat, and I hereby retract any imputation of 
fraud in the giving of said note. JOHN HUBIL, 

St. Paul, April 23, 1862. apr24-2w 

Five Dollars Reward! 



FURS 



LOST 



Ala'ly's BROU'N VViVi VICTORINE was 

lost on Saturday evening, in walking from the City 
Park to the top of St, 4nthony Hill. The aboAe re" 
ward will be given on returnisg it to JAMES DAVEN 
PORT'S Book Store, Third street. apr22:2t 



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OB a J I, B CBBJF. 



A GOOD HORSE, 

For Saddle or Buggy, SOUND, SERVIOEABIE and 

KIND, and a good traveler. 

Apply at WOLCOTT'8 UVERY STABLE. 

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ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, 
SELPHO'S PATENT, 

The above unrivalled substitute for lost limbs, com- 
bining latest improveraentx, can be had only of 
WM. 8ELPH0, Patentee, 
nMrUdm 610 Broftdw^i ^'^ Ywrk. 



S. C. Trnnis, Esq., mail route agent on 
the Milwaukee, yi.sl-.rday broue^ht us Chi- 
cago papers in advance of the mail. In 
the>e times ot mail failures such attentions 
are doubly welcome. 



Pkrsonal. — Martin Drew, Esq., one of 
our old citizens, and a well knawu mechan- 
ic ot St. Paul, yesterday left for Culifornia 
by way of New York aud Panama. May 
foituuc and good luck attend him I 



W. J. Smitq «fe Co., advertise this iiiorn- 
ing I heir new stock of boots and shoes. As 
they are ohli^-ed to keep a large stock for 
their wholesale traJe, we should think 
they could suit almost every one. 

Lecture at Minneapolis. — Judge Palm- 
er will lecture before the Ladies' Soldiers' 
Aid Society of Minneapolis, this evening, 
at the Court House. Subject : " Visions 
and Visionaries." 



The reputable and well established 
banking house of Hew3)n k Barnes is 
dissolved and its affairsare being honorably 
aud satisfaetarily wound up. Mr. Barnes, 
who has been the active partner in the firm, 
is well aud favorably known in this city, 
and our good wishes follow him wherever 
he goes. 

Mr. Barnes, as appears by his card in 
another column, will hereafter be found at 
at the bank of Thompson Brothers, v/ith 
whom he merges his capital and business. 

The high character and large business 
faeiiilies uf this well known firm, wil: be 
increased by the addition o; .Mr. Barnes' 
capital and by his presence in the conc-rn. 

FoKT Snelling, April 28, 1862. 
To the Editor of the St'Paul Press : 

Please allow us the pleasure of acknowl- 
edging, through your colum-n, the receipt 
of a uumber of articles far the Hospital of 
the Fifth Regiment oi' Minnesota Vohin- 
teers : 

From the Ladies' Volunteer Aid Society 
of rihakopee, a quantity of delicacies and 
^10 in cash. From the Ladies' Aid Society 
of Minneapolis, a quantity ofjellie.s, wine, 
dre.ssing-gowns, seeks, bandages and iint. 
From the Ladies of St. Anthony, a rocking- 
chair, bandages, towels, sheets, and a ro 1 of 
old niuslin~a!l of which are gratefully re- 
ceived. We must plead onerous dutiei as 

the reason for our stemiuoly neglecting to 
publish a receipt of the above articles. 
Yours Ac, F. B. ETH BRIDGE, 

Surgeon Fifth Retf't, 
V. P. KENNEDY, 

Assistant Surgeoa. 

About the Mails. — People are naturally 
grumbling because of the present irregular- 
ity of the Eastern mails. It is generally 
known that the St. Paul & La Crosse Pack. 
st Company have the contract for carrying 
the daily through mails. This they Lave 
failed to do so far, but we arc assured they 
will be prepared to commence puctually the 
first of next week. 

Meantime, the derangement and irregu*. 
liirity has not been the fault of Captain 
Davidson and the line he represents. Some 
two weeks ago, it will be recollected, the 
party that contracted with his company to 
carry the mails daily — the United States 
Government — seized one of their fastest 
and best boats, for transportation purposes, 
be'ow St. Louis. This act, of which, how- 
ever, no loyal citizen should complain, de- 
ranged all the company's plans ; and it has 
taken them up to this time to arrange their 
bu«ine«s after the serious disappointment 
incident to losing the Moses. McClellan. 

River News.— The river continues to 
fall gradually, but the height of water is 
still such as to seriously impede businesn on 
the levee. 

The boats in port yesterday were the 
Itasca, Milwaukee, Keokuk, Clara Hine, 
and Antelope. 

The Itasca, of the Prairie du Chien and 
Dunleith line, came in upon her first trip 
yesterday morning, with a heavy freight. 
She was from St. Louis, and was in Gov- 
ernment transportation limbo at that city 
for a day or two, but finally, after hard 
work, got away. Captain J. Y. Hurd still 
sails the Itasca, with Mes^^rs. Hamilton tnd 
Eaton as Clerks. She lelt for Prairie du 
Chien and Dunleith yesterday afternoon at 
four o'clock. 

The Northern Belle, of the La Cnjsse 
lino, after having been thoroughly repa led 
and refitted at La Crosse, will take her place 
in the line on Saturday. She will be up in 
time to have on Sunday. 

The Keokuk, of this line, came up yes- 
terday, but only succeeded in bringing the 
mail due the day previous. The railroad 
track at Portage had not been fully repair- 
ed when she lef , and the trains were irreg- 
ular. All is right, however, by this time. 
The Keokuk went down at four o'clock p. m. 

The Milwaukee, Captain Holcombe, is 
the Prairie da Chien aud Dunlietb packet 
down this morning at eight o'clock. 

The Northerner, Captain Alford, of the 
Northern Line, was duo last evening, &nd 
will leave for St. Louis this afternoon. She 
went up the St. Croix yesterday. 

Land Warrants, Half Breed and Resurve 
Scrip— all sizes — pnoes. 
jr» THOMPSON S»0». 



LATEST JVEWS. 

BY TELEGEAPH TO ST. PAUL. 

WINSLOW'S LINK. 



FROM HAVANA- 



From General Burnside. 



HEBEL liEFENSEH AT NEW ORLEANS 
EXAGtJERATED. 

News from Mexico. 



PARTICULARS OK THE AT'i'ACK 
ON THE REBELS AT ELIZA- 
BETH (urv. 



TIIE FBKNCH TO MARCH AUAINST 
THE CAPITAL. 



W.ASHIXCTON, April 28, 
Captain Cutting, o! Geut r.d Hnrn-ide's 
stall', arrived here to d.iy wiiii despatches 
to the Govirnment. lie st.tes that Geo. 
Reiio commuuded th" uutional forces at the 
late reeonn.'issanrce to E'izabf-th (?ity. 
Oapt. Cutting gives the following ]i,uticu- 
lars of the attuir : 

On the ITtli iri.if,. Gen. Reno left New- 
beru and proeeeded to Roanoke Island, 
from which place he took about 2,000 n»en 
aod proceeded to Elizabeth t^Jicy, where a 
strong rebel force was reported to be en 
trenching tht aiselve« On .^aluruay r>n ad- 
vance was made upon the rebels. The tn 
emy opened fire with artillery as s< on as 
our troops made their appuiranee, and 
from all appearances thought they had us 
in a trap of uur own making. 

Our tro'<|is immediately formed and 
charged on the enemy, who ran at ti.e first 
fire. We then immediately took p(,s,«e.apion 
of the town, and after remaining a few 
hours, retired to the main army. 

Our force was abont 2,000" unde Gen. 
Reno, and three boat howitzers under Col, 
Howard. Tiie force of the rebels cousi^ted 
of a Georgia regiment of 1,100 men. a por 
tion of Wise's Legion, and two batt :i. s oi 
artillery, Tiie enemy was totally routed, 
with a loss of about si.xty men. Our loss 
is about twelve killed and forty eight 
wounded. 

Col. Hawkins, of the New York Zouaves, 
received a slight flesh wound in the arm. 
His Adjutant was reported killed. 

Information received from Union sources, 
is that the guns of the natior.ul forces under 
Gen. ■ Bun^iiie w* re probably oper.ed on 
Fort Macon yesterday or to-day. General 
Park commands ou' forces. 



&C., 



•Sec, 



&c. 



The Rebels Concen tratmg at 
Grordonsville. 

Washington, April 28. 

The Times special dispatch says t!,au an 
officer of artillery is in town to ii tS t from 
near VVarrei.ton Junction. He repoitg tlie 
rebels in strong force ou the south bank of 
the Rappahannock m the direction of Gor 
dousville. 

General Ewell is said to be at the erod- 
ing ot the river where the railroad bridge 
was burned, with 8.000 men. 

General G. W, Smith is at Gordonsviile 
strongly entrencheJ, with 30,000 men, and 
General Jackson crossing over from the 
Shenandoah Valky, unites 8,000 more to 
this force, making a total column of 4G,U0O 
men, if the figures are reliabie. 

We are in sufficient forci in front of 
Manassas, to manage this rebel army. 

1 am assured by a gentlem n of this city, 
whose position bring-^ him in busiues-. con 
tact with M. Mercier, that his mission had 
reference only to a large amount of valua- 
ble tobacco belonging to the French Gov- 
ernment. The proj)ortv is kuowu as the 
Belmont tobacco. While there it is said 
that M. Mercier ha.'^ undoubtedly examined 
somewhat into the condition ol the b.gus 
conlpderacy. in order to report to the Em- 
peror the true condition of things. 



The Siege of Yorktown 
gressing. 



Pro 



THE REBEL FORCE 



100,000. 



PICKET 



SKIR.MISH. 



Hkadquaeters, Army of the Potomac, i 
Nbae Yorktown, April 24. ) 

The weather ia again pleasant and the 
roads are beginning to improve. 

The preparations for carrying out the 
plan of the Commander in Chiel are being 
rapidly pushed forward to completion. 

Two deserters from th.' Clh Al ibama reg 
iment came within our lines yesterday. They 
were from Pennsylvania. 

They represent the rebel force at 100,000, 
aud that the y are busily constructing works 
in the rear of their present lines. Tiiey had 
no knowledge of the arrival o! Jeff. I)avis 
on Tuesday. 

The rebels camo out of their rifle pits in 
front of Lee's MilLs, killing one of our 
pickets. After he was dead about 30 of 
them fired tlicir pieces into his head, com- 
pletely riWIing it with bullets. 

The officer then commanding the reserve 
ordered his men to chaige on the rebels, 
which was willingly responded to, resulting 
in several of them being killed and one ta- 
ken prisoner. Two men were killed on our 
side and one mortally wounded. 

From Tennessee. 

Chicago, April 24. 
GEN. MrrCHELL AT TCSCLMBIA — LABGE RE- 
INFORCEMENTS ARRIVED AT PITTSBURG 
LANDING. 

I Special to Times.] — General Mitchell's 
division arrived at Tuseumbia, Alabama, 
and has now possession of 200 miles of 
Memphis and Charleston road. 

Large reinforcements arrived at Pitts- 
burg on the 22d. 



More Monitors- 

New York, April 24. 
Messrs. J. F. Rowland & Co., at the 
Continental Iron Work^, at Grrenpoint, 
have already laid tl^e keel Uv three more 
marine batteries similar in construction to 
the Monitor, though much Inrger. In a 
very few days not less than 1,100 hands 
will be employed. In the construction of 
these batteries each battery will be furnished 
with two turrets, each to have guns of the 
heaviest calibre. They will be of much 
greater power than the Monitor and calcu- 
lated for ocean service. 



Repubhcan Caucus on the Con- 
fiscation Bill. 

Washington, April 23. 
A RepubHcan caucus was helojti-night at 
the capital About fifty members were 
present. Col. Fox iu the chair and Mr. 
McPherson secretary. A general debate 
ensued on the confiscation bill, jn which 
Messrs Stevens, Blair, Covode, Hickman, 
Olin and others participated. Tiie discus- 
sion was somewhat of the character of that 
which has recently taken place in the House. 
The sense ol the caucus seemed to be in 
favor of discriminating as agair.st the lead^ 
ing rebels in the corfiseation of all kinds of 
property. It was unanimously aijrced to 
refer all the bills pending in the House to 
a select committee of seven members, as 
moved UMiaj by RepresentAtive Olin. 



Nkw York, April 24. 

The Spanish steam fritiate Isabel Cnto- 
li'o has atTived lioin Havana, the ITth. 
The liiaro states chat persons din ct from 
New Orleans report the reljel defenses 
iijuch exaggerated ; that Forts Jacks-.n 
aud St. Phillip have been abandoned and 
the cannon taken away, and there is notli 
ing to prevent the I'ederal fleet from sading 
to New Orleans, 

"The fJiaro does not vuuch lor the tri^h 
o! lhfr,ee reports. 

Later news from Vera Cruz had reached 
Havana, 

Alter an uu.sati?factory conference be- 
tween the allied ccmmanders, the Freieh 
General decided to march his division 
against the city of Mexico, fakhig ui o.i 
himself the responsibility. The English and 
Spanish plenipotentiaries thereupon decided 
to withdraw their troops. 

It is stated that the Juraz Goveromi lit 
is ready to give every satisfaction to ihe 
allies in the matte: of claims, but will not 
listen to the idea of a monarchy, aud in 
liise the al'ies ad.ancid to the capital, 
w.'uld retire from it. 

Nbw York, April 24, 

The steamers .^irizona and Wm. G. 
Hughes, from New Orleans, arrived at Ha 
vana on the evening of the 17th, with 2,000 
bales of cotton. 



FROM NEW MEXICO. 

A BLOODY BATTLE EXPECTED. 



Fort Union, (New Mexico) April 1». 

[Corr. Missouri Republican. \—Co\oad 
Slough, after the battle at Apache Canon, 
fell back aud tock position at Bernild 
Springs, forty five miles so jth of Fort 
Union. This was deemed the strategical 
point, being within supporting distance of 
Fort Union — a posi .ion to harrass the enemy 
and to form a junctian with Canby, when he 
should leave Fort Craig, three hundred 
miles South. We had been there one day, 
when Ool. Canby sent from Fort Craig his 
Assistant Adjutant Gleneral, with pcremp 
lory ordf-rs to (^.i. Slough to fall back with 
his column to Fort Union, which w.is im- 
mediati'ly obeyed. It would seem that we 
erippicd the enemy in the Apache Canon 
fi '^ht more than wai? believed at first. 

We have reliabe inlorraation that we 
killed over one honcred men, including six 
onicers, and woundi 1 over two hundred men. 
We have now as pi-isoners at Fort Union, 
21 officers and 82 privates. 

The enemy imniediaMy fell back to 
Santa Fe, and are again, it is believed, con - 
centrating in their old position at Alber- 
querque. 

Yeaterdrty an exfress arrived frcm Col. 
Cinby, stating that he would leave Fort 
Craig on the 31st ©"March, if the enemy is 
in the vicinity of Aloerquerque. With or- 
dinary traveling. Col. Canby is in theT 
immediate vicinity, and as our column, 180 
miles from Alberqu^rque, will only leave 
this morning, he will be unsupported by 
this column, and with 900 regulars will 
have to encounter their forces, unless he can 
slip by and join the column which leaves 
here his morning. 

It is understood that Kit Carson, with a 
regiment of New Mexican volunteers 700 
strong, will remain and garrison Fort 
Craig. 

It is r'imored that Colonels Steele and 
Bailor of the rebel f.rmy, are advancing in- 
to Mew Mexico, wih 800 additional men. 
Important events will probably occur be- 
!ore the next express leaves for the State. 
A well authenticatej report has jusc reach- 
ed here, that the Texan forces 2,000 strong, 
are entrenching thonaselves at Santa Fe, 
and that Colonel Canby having strength- 
ened his command up to 1,200, is fifty 
miles south of Santa Fe. This may ena- 
ble our two columns to act together, and 
make U9 2,400 s*rong. If this is the ca.se 
we will have one of the bloodiest battles on 
record. The enemy's artillery uumbeis 
about 18 pieces. 

A Change of Secretary of the 
Navy- 

Washington, April 28. 
[Special to Hera'd.] — A change in the 
nnvy department has been positively deter- 
mined upon. The {'resident is waiting only 
to fix upon the individual who is to fill the 
place of the Secretary of the Navy. Gen. 
Banks. Judge Davs of Illinois and Gov. 
Spragne of Rhode Island, are each strongly 
urged for this positiDn, bat the selection has 
not yet been male. 

Capture of a ]-tebel Privateer. 

Nrw York, April 24. 
The rebel schooner Dixie, formerly a 
rebel privateer, wag captured off George- 
town, South Carolina, in attempting to 
run the blockade bound to Nassau, 
loided with cotton, fpirits turpentine, &c., 
by the United States steamer Key Stone 
State, who placed a prize crew on board, 
arrived at Philadelphia, yesterday, p. u. 

XXXVII CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION 

Washington, April 24. 

House.— Mr. Vullandin^hara offered a 
resolution requesting the President to 
transmit to the Hoise, if not incompatible 
with the public inte-est, copies of the cor 
respondence between the French and United 
States (iovemmentit, as may have been re- 
ceived within the last two months, relative 
I ) the present troubles in America. Re- 
ferred to the committee on foreign affairs, 

Mr. Aldrich, from the committee oo In- 
dian affairs, reported a hill authorizing a 
treaty to be made with the Indians of Utah, 
with a view of purchasing their lands. Also 
a bill authorizing a treaty with the Ravajoes, 
of New Mexico, defining their limits and 
extinguishing their titles to their lands out- 
side of the United States. Referred to the 
committee of the wiole. 

The House resumed con.sideration of the 
confiscation bill from yesterday. 

Mr, Ljvejoy said that while this Govern- 
ment is engaged iri a serious war to put 
d jwn the rebellion, it was seen that this 
unnatural and parricidal insurrection has 
sympathizers and advocates on this floor. 
Those who defended slavery ore the defen- 
ders of the rebellion, for slavery and rebel* 
lion are synonymous. Tbey are aochanga 
ble terms. 



From Washington. 

Washington, April 2S. 

MOVKMKNT IN FAVOR OF A SXaiNGEKT CON- 
FISCATION ACT. 

[ 'Irthunc's Diipatdi J— Horace Maynard, 
who returiied from lV;,n:s.^te, nnd took his 
scat to day, declares himself in favor of a 
stringent confiscation act agai!:st the reljfls. 
Several other border State members will 
support one, and the Senate Committee, or 
Its chainnai), will report a bill identical with 
that reported to the Uou^e by Mr. Ashley 
organizing the Territory of Arizona. One 
section extends the Wilrnoi proviso, over 
every territory now organized. 

COMMANDING GENKKALS NOT EMPOWERED TO 

DISCHARGE OFFICERS APPOINTED BT THK 

PBKSIDK.NT. 

The following has been issued: 

. ,, , ^^'ar Dkpartmknt, I 

Adj. (xen's. Office, Washingtoo, April 16. J 

a UNREAL ORDER, NO. 40. 

The Secretary o! War has observed with 
some surj)rise, thai the c .rainanders ol one 
or two mlitary departments, conceiving 
themselves empowered to do so, have un- 
dertaken to accept the resignations of, and 
otherwise discbarge from the service of the 
United States officers commissioned or ap- 
pointed by the President, in the volunteer 
staff ot ti;e a-my. All such discharges are 
irregular, and, unless confirmed by the 
Pr.sident, void of efi; ct. None but the 
Prci-id.nr caii ui.-charge an officer appointed 
by himself, and, as he has not delpjrated 
this power to any General. No General 
mu^t attempt to exercise it. 

By order of the Secretary ofWar 
[Signed,] L. THOMAS. Adj. Gen. 

UBIUADE SURGEON DISMISSED. 

By general orders issued from the War 
Department, Adjutant's General office, 
April 18ih, by direction of the President, 
Brmade Surgeon J. U. Thompson, United 
States Volunteers, is dismissed from the 
service as an alarini?t. ou recommendation 
of his Commanding General, .Major General 
Burnside, ou recommt ndation of Brigadier 
General Sumner, commanding second army 
corps. 

Approved by Major General McClellan, 
Commander of the Ai my ot the Potomac. 

STRICKEN FROM THE ROLLS OF THg ABMT. 

Major Von Steinhaus, Capt. B:.tlitcher» 
and Capt. Camp. 68tli regiment. New York 
Volunteers, Lieut, Lombard, Battalioo 
Adjutant 8th Illinois cavalry, and AssisUnl 
Surgeon Williams, 1st New York artillery, 
are stricken from the rolls of the army, for 
being captured by the enemy while strug- 
gling without authority biyoud the out- 
posts of the army. March 29, 1862. 

TRANSFERKKD. 

The headquarters of Lieutenant Colonel 
Wm. Hoffman, of the 8lh Infantry, Com- 
mis.sary Gf neral of prisoners, is transferred 
from New York City to Detroit, Michigan. 

MILITARY NO.MINATIONS. 

This mortiing the Senate military com- 
mittee pas.«ed upon several nominations. 
Among them was General Shield^ to be a 
Major General, and Colonel Crittenden, of 
Kentucky, to be a Brigadi».r General. 
Horatio King, Buchanan's Postmaster 
Genirai, was nomiiiati-d for commissioner 
under the District P^mancipatiou act. in 
place of exvMayor Bcrrett. 

PBOBOSALS FOB .MAILS O.V THB PACIPIC 
COA?T, ETC. 

At noon to-day was commenced the an- 
nouncement of the decisions on the propo- 
sals for carrying the mails oo the Pacific 
coast, and in liie West aud Northwest, &c. 
A larg,e number of bidders were in attend- 
ance at the Postoffice Department. 

The proposals for the Pacific coast routes 
are much higher than formerly, ai.d those 
for Kentucky und .Missouri are considerably 
advanced, owing, doubtless, to the miliary 
disturbances in those States, while in lodU 
ana, Illinois and other States the rates are 
lower. 

The number of routes is about two thou- 
sand five hundred— averaging ten bids for 
each. The sum total of the off^^rs for the 
entire lettings is about equal to that of four 
years ago for similar set vice. 

SECRETARy WELLES NOT TO BE REMOVED. 

The Pos's special correspondent says the 
sensation story in the Philadelphia Enqui- 
rer of this morning, to the effect that Sec- 
retary Well^ is to be removed, is essentially 
untrue. This I learn on good authority. 
I learn that Mr. Welle.s some time siuce 
tendered his resign.aion to the Presidi-nt, 
but it, was not accepted. Probably tbia 
circumstance has given rise to the rumor ol 
an immediate change iu the Cabinet. All 
the curren- reports uf the removal of Mr. 
Welles are : estitute of loundation. 

Important Rumor. 

PROPOSAL FROM THE GOVERNOR OF 

NORTH CAROLINA FOR THE SURRE.N- 

DER 0FTHE8TATE. 

Baltimore, April 14. 
The Old Point boat arrived. Passengers 
say it is reported that Geo. Barnaide has 
re.^ived proposals from the Governor of 
North Carolina, for the surrender of the 
Stute. 

A Canard. 

Philadelphl*., April 24. 
The Inquirer says that Secretary Welles 
is to take the Mission to Spain. His suc- 
cessor in the Navy Department is not 
known certainly. 

«V.M HTBBM. V MB F OBT OF THE 
PKOPLE-.-^ BANK, a b.^.king :u,RO.-i«ti,.„ or- 
gauized un.^er an act «.f the Ijegislaiure of the t>t»te 
ot Minnem U, enUtle i "Au act to authoriie and regu- 
late the busineiis ol bankinjc,"' approved Jalr 26Ui 
186S, showing a sUU^raent of the following items on 
the mornuig of tb« first Mon-.ay.if Ai-ril, in the year 
ISfii, betoiH the transacUon of any busiDesi on that 

RESOCRCES. 

Due from the Directors of tins Bank, capital 

«ock not paid in $20,000 00 

Stock H on deposit with Sute Auditor at 

their par value 3o,roo 00 

fP«c>e lOSJ- 3« 

l-o*i Kti.l exienoe aceouut JS7 00 

Due from broken, ',...E 3,685 f4 

$64, SCO 00 
LLABILITIES. 

£»P!'»' $so,oo« CO 

Re)(i8t«red baixk notes received from 

Au<1it(>r and not returned $18,000 00 

Deduct reipKtered notes oq band 3 '200 00 

Leaver regislered bank note* in circuUtion. M.SOO OO 

Se4,800 00 
STATE OK m.N'NE.*OrA, I 
RAM.'^cr Cocimr, aa j 

IrastusS. K.igprU.o, Pre>jdent,an.lDelo-A. Monfort, 
Canhier of the at>ov>< named Bank, beiogr seveially 
■iroro,do say that they are rBHpcctively FrMident and 
Oasbier of said Bank, and that the forego ii|r is in aU 
respec's a true and c.>rreot Htatfnien! of the condition 
of said Bank on the Ut Monday of April, l''6i, before 
Uie trauaaclioQ of any business of said Bank ou the 
morning nf that day, accontin^ to tb« beet of their 
Hever*l and resp*>c.tiv« know'e"!*" """J ''eiief. *nd that 
the place where the bu^ineu <>! diMCouut and depoait 
of Mid Bank is carried on 'm ^t. iVter, in the coooty 
of NicoU-t. 

K 9 KnGKRTOV, Pr«>ideDt 
P, A. MoXfXtKT, Caahii-r. 

!>iibacribed auJ sworn X« br both deponents btftir* 
»e, thia 22d day of AprU, 18«2. -»" 

' I. N. CARDOZU. 

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IMPORT .\NT VAUUAIU.E 1NP0H.M.\TIUN. 

Tht> St. Anthony Falls TIcrricultnral So- 
ciety H doins a good wirk. Meitinjs are 
hold luoiitlily, or ofiotior, at which practical 



cry ciimp had inoro or less sick, who, being 
tumble to light, undertook to save thom- 
?elvc^ by Ihght — some with blaukets wrap- 
ped aiouud litem; others with hardly clotht s 
enouirh to cover tbem, were running in uU 
diieeliiMi^. Some ot tliein were shot in 
th' ir attempts to esca'^e — shot dead. Oth 
ers wue wounded badlj, and iheii j,'roan.s . horticulturists compare their Ci-per.eiice 
Wire almo-t sickeniiij>:. We biouirlit down i and observation, deducing Iroui the wliule 
the reb'jl fla^; three differoitt limeji, and such I general conclusions in which they agree, 
apj.lau^eas that brought iVoin the ^oop.s j , ^^^ ^^j^^..^ ^^^^,^^^j^^^^ ^,^^^. ^^^^ 
tliai supported us can better he niiagmed , = ' • 

than dcserined. Karly in the morning; eve- 
rything was contused -the rebels had wt 



" A hotisediviited agatnst itself cannot stun<l. 
This ciiuntry cannot exi.st peimiineutly halt' 
»la\eiind lialt tree. Kitlior the opponents ot 
slaviry will arrest the Inrther spread ot it, 
and place it wliere the public mind shall rest 
in the belief that il is in the course of ultiiaate 
extinction, or its advocates will push it for- 
ward till It shall become alike lawful in nil 
the Slates— old as well as new. north as well 
as south." — A'tru/ittin Linculn in 1S5S. 

I reeomiiit-nd the adoption of a joint re.solu- 
tion !>•■ your honorable bodies which shall bo 
tubstantidllv MS follows: 

•• Ii,M>ht'J, That the Tnited States ought to 
Oviperate with acy State which may adopt a 
gradual abithshinent of slavery, giviui; to such 
State {>ecuniary aid to be used by such Stale 
ID lis itisereiioo, lo coinpousale tor the incon- 
Ten.ence.s, public and private, produced by such 
chauice of system." * * * * 

I deem it important that the Slates xnd peo- 
ple, immediately interested, should be t once 
dis.iucily uoiilied of the fact, so that they 
m.iy b gin lo consider whether to acceptor 
reject it. The Federal tJoverument would 
flud its highest interest in such a measure as 
one of the luoat etUcieut mea.sures of self pres- 
ervation. ♦ * * « 
In the mere tinancial or pecuniary view, any 
member of Congress. wiiSi the census tables 
and theTteusury reports before him, can read- 
ily see for himself how very soon tlio current 
expendiiure of the war would purchase at a 
fail valuation all the slaves in any named 
Stale. — PrtifitUnt'a Spicial JJcssmje, 1SG2. 



N «■ U >P A I»K II ST IS .\TK<i V . 

/Vnn -he f.te'ii:vj P ;■:'.. 

If it would have been deemed a mad and 
ra.'!! sict to ass.iiilt Manassas, we cannot see 
wtiy the siormiiig of Yorklown, the strength of 
whvise defenses is attested by history, should 
not come under the same censure. It the 
eui'iny are too strong'y posted there, it is our 
busiuess to draw theiti from their position — to 
ui;i!ve our attacks upon points less formidably 
deiendcd — to give the Kebels work to do in 
pi oi s whrrc our advantages will be more 
Dearly etjuat to theirs. \\ e suppose it is a rule 
in the art of war not to attack an enemy when 
he has us at disudvantajje, if we can possibly 
avoid it. If it be not, theu ihe art of war and 
coiaui'in Sense are utterly at vatiance with 
«acn uttier. 

The / vsi t't.u.^ enibodi.y a very general 
thcglit. Km i:^ either the thought or its 
exprt^.^siii n m'irely ju-s' ? Is the critic of 
the Poit .^ure tii.it there is no wise method 
in liii! '■storming of Vi/rktown?" The 
whole Aue rican army is not with ilcCiel- 
lan. AkU'/weli, Banks and Fitmont are 
ench in independent comm-tnd ; and each 
is iiioving towards a cotntunn centre. The 
stronger the lorci; fronting McCMtllan, thu 
less resistance will these Gtnerais meet 
w.ih And if there are any coveted pt.ints 
•• :e«.s tormi'iably detcndtd" than Yoiktown. 
they wili find tbem, an«l, of course, capture 
tiieiD. 

When tills is done, if Yorktown shall be 
8tili ganisaicd by u hundred thousand men, 
tu:: combined Union army, i-urroanding 
tbi m. nniy not IJnd it very difScnlt to snb- 
dui- and capture them. 

This is, of course, on the supposition, 
tital our Generals liuve a plan and an ob 
j'Cl; — that Banks ami FreiEont and Mc- 
Dowell are not steadily moving toward a 
ce>!i)i:!0!; centre simply, by and by, to dine 
together ; — tliat Kiehrnond is not m the 
li'C ol their inarch by chance, and that 
Yorktown is wn as.-ailed on purpose to give 
the erii Hiy ao advantag'-. 

W.-have faith in those whom I*rovid''nce, 
the Pcrident and the I'eopl.} have placed 
at ttie head of our armies ; and believe that 
the wi-dom of the ?iege of Yorktown will 
b<» sen in due time, notwithstanding the 
streng'h of the ]io^ition — and the appre- 
hensions of the Post. — Albiiiiij Journal. 

THE !TII.\>FSOTA BATIKRY IX 

Tii£: B.irxi.B: »f fittsburg. 

/>i!>/i the H'inona HejulUcan, 2Ut. 

Fonn a long and interesting letter writ- 
tea to Mr. Mailory ol' this city, by liis pon-- 
in Itw, LicQtenant Cooke, we are permit- 
ted to extract the loUowing particulars of 
the part taken in the battle ot Pittsburg by 
the Fir.st MinuLSola Battery. It will be 
read with interest, more eppecialiy as the 
correspondeiita ot the Eastern papers have 
scarcely alluded even to the Minnesotians 
who were there (ngagtd. The letter was 
written at Pitti-bnrg, under date of the 12th: 
* * * •• We w.-re at la-^t attached to 
Colon' 1 Bnckbiui's Brigade. He was, and 
is, iiciiog Pirigadier tieneral in T. W. Sher- 
manV Division. We r.mained with that 
Brgidc about two weeks, when we were 
attaclii'd to (ipiiera! Prentiss' Division, and 
from this last we were n=htred into a bat- 
tle to yoon that I have not learned whether 
we were brigaded or simpiy attached to the 
Division. We left Slvimau's Divisien last 
Friday mornin'-, aud repaired to our new 
camp, which we got into ]iretty good 
shape before .'etiring that night. ;>at> 
urday was spent in getting supplies, 
little dreaming wt;at was awaiting us on 
the morrow. Xigiit came, but uo tiding.? 
of the enemy ; and at ao early hour 
thou.-ands of gall »nt troops, thought- 
l"?s and gay. s'retclied themselves 
around I iieir camp-fir'.s and in their tents, 
as leisurely as if they were away in thoir 
Northern homep. Morning came — the 
sti Ine^s of the tight h- lore was broken by 
the reveille, as u.sual. From all directions 
the bughs were sounding, drums were 
fwating, and all was "merry as a marriage 
bell." Our battery took briakfast at an 
tariier h^iur than u^ual — it .seems strange, 
too — and h id just finished when we heard 
filing. occaHOnally in front. What dots 
that mean? was a.'-ked by huodrfds of 
anxious voices. Who eoul.l answer ? Ask 
those who were shot down at their posts by 
the enemy's pieke-s. Something's wrong 
8ompwh>'re ! The enemy were allowed 
to gi t almo.^t into our camp ere we 
had any warning whatever of their 
approach. But hark I the " long roll " 
bi-ats — the bugle sound-'. *' To arms ! " 
"To horse!" A mounted Orderly then 
rode to our headquarters, and the 
Minnesota Battery received orders to re- 
pair lo the front and comtnenco tiring im- 
mediately. In less time than I could give 
you the details, we were •' flying ' to the 
scene ©(actio i, which was not Uve hundred 
yards distant. Conlound tho " secesh!'' 
they w.ie, Kome of them, within a hundred 
yards when we got our pieces into po.>>i- 
tion ; but regardless of their proximity, 
we poured a gillin^ fire into tbem until 
they were ge'tinc nearly close enough to 
ma. e a charge and capture our pieces. 
"Limber to t'le Front!" and away we 
went into another position. By liie way, 
our Captain and one Corpoial were 
were wounded as we were execirino- ihe 
above command. We had one man kTlh d 
too, but that took place before we fired a 
gun. Bravi3 boy ! one of the men picked 
b m up, and he remarked : '• Don't stop 
with "ne— stand to youe posts like men." 
He expired soon after. lie was from Min - 
neapolis. 
The dceae here wau perfectly awfuL Ev- 



the advantage by crawling in upon us uiul 
taking us unawarVs. I should think nearly 
an hour i lapsed bef( re matters were settled 
sufliei'Mitly to enable us to know exactly 
our position. That gained the battle 

raircd ai cw. 

' * * * Our battery was the only 
.Minnesota troops ttiat participated in this 
battle. I am proud to have the honor of 
.■^aying 1 participated in it. Things looked 
ilark at times, but having passed it safely, 1 
look upon it rather as an exploit than a 
jieri'. And yet 1 did not pa.«3 it safely. 
Ju>t about noon, or a little after, I wa.s 
struck on the thigh by a si.\-pound spent 
ball. It hit the ground about iwtnty or 
thirty lect from me, then rising came nc.r 
taking me off the saddle. It struck me 
right on the joint, making mo sick at my 
stomach and causiiig me to vomit. I sat 
down by a tree, aiiil almost fainted away. 
when I was called by Lieut. Peebles to gel 
some ammunition. I could not use my 
limb at all. I almost entertained 'ear of the 
bone being fractuud. Two of the boys as- 
sisted me to ri.se and by their aid I hobbled 
to th,' cai-'son, ami sitting down upon the 
trail issued the ammunition. All that the 
ball had i fleeted was to numb my limb, 
compkttly, which soon disappeared. I a!.-' 
had my capbana sliot away, and my blank- 
et, v-hieh 1 iiad rolled up bihiud me on my 
s.iddle, received a Minie ball, which went 
nearly through it. Soon after Johnson 
was wounded by a musket ball, pretty 
sevcrfiv. A moment or two afterwanls 
'I'ilson "was killed— shot through the head. 
Then Sergeant Cluyten was wounded in 
tilt' thigh and leg. Then Saxdaie was 
killed. Then Sergeant Connor was wound- 
ul in the fide; and immediately after Lieut. 
Peebles was wouitdd, in tlic Lead and an- 
kle. Then we were obliged to fall back to 



list of fruits recommended for cultivation in 
this .State. 

The rtsolution having been read and 
each list of fruit carefully txanained aud 
corrected, was adopted as follows : 

Resolved, That we subnat to the public 
the following as the result of our experience 
and observation concerning fruit gi owing 
in Minnesota : 

1st. W^UKUEAS, Full and varied experience 
has demouftrated, that nowhere in the Nor- 
thern States, do the smaller fruits, such as 
strawberriis, currants, gooseberries, rasp- 
berries, and grapes thrive better, |)rod>iee 
more abundantly, or prove more hardy than 
in Miunest'ta, and 

WiiEKKAS, Tim difficulties and disasters 
which, hitherto, have met us, in the cuiti-. 
vation of fruit trees, are but the count r 
part of the early experience, in the, iwir, 
meet tavored fruit growing regions of the 
N">rth, and 

WuEKKA', So far as theory goes, there 
are no peculiar ditiicultius, dependent upon 
our soil, climate, or surface of country, 
in the way oflruit growing which may not 
be obviated or surmounted, and 

Wherkas, There have been experiments 
made in the cultivation of apple trees in 
.Minnesota which are positive successes — 
which experiments are being rapidly rnul 
liplied in many part.s of tfie State — the 
success of which demonstrate the possibil- 
ity of such fruit growing. 

1st. Therefore, We arc fully convii;ccd, 
and do hrinly Ijelieve that fruit growing 
is practicable here, aud that it may become 
a great source of profit to the agricultural 
interest of Minnesota. 

2d. We earnestly recommond and re- 
quest our townsmen aud the farmers ol Min- 
nesota — to every one owning a sp~i, ot 
ground — to plant tree^ and toatrcfor th-iii, 
usintr tin- utmost care and the beit intelh- 



it V S i J\- Mi ft S JC O V .9 I. S 

Al'KIL — Hkal tub Sick.— L)Uf;;.-.e.-i of the BoweU 
anil SlotuacU am iilwayii cau-ed by Inrge depoHitH of 
hurtful matter, l-ft by bid or impure blood in those 
imporirnt oii^iioh, and the poiKonoua material in this 
V liaU d fihjod, acting on the sy.stem, uiuk«R it too weak 
1) thtow olT this niallor by the uataral channels, or 
if any Ik carried off it is a very Kniall portion. So 
aiise e.iarrbea and Jysentery, coac, costiveuoss, bad 
breath, indigei^tiou, naunea, less ol appetite, belching 
i)!' wind <ilT tlic Htoiuach, etc. To cure at these, •' the 
b! Kid i.s the life," and mu«t be perfectly pure and 
cl.-aa, tueu you cannot be .sick. A short use of JUD- 
S )N"S MOl'NTAIV URRB PILLS v iU "HeligUt you. 
You will feel with Hurprise their migh'y power, and 
be willing to say with the red man of the West, truly 
tiii'y are the ' ni'gUty healer." 

Sidd by all Me'liciue dealers. apr6 

DiPTHKRiA AND Cuocj-.— For these formidable and 

dangerous diseases, Trask's Magnetic Ointment is au 
nnfuiiing reaieJy, if u.sed in season. Apply freely to 
the Throat and Chest and cover wiih a hot flannel. 
This ointment hao be, u before the public c)ver twenty 
years, and its constantly increasing d niand has es 
Ubu.shed itn reputation as a superior Liniment in all 
la^es where a SDotbiugaud relaxing remedy is requir- 
«•>!, particularly in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Inllam- 
nution of the Bowels .sad Kidneys, Spina! affections, 
Sore Eyes, Burns, Piles, Wounds and Brui.ses. 
Sold bj all Druggists— proe 25 els. marl3d&w 



HOTELS, SALOONS, ic(J, 



LA.HR'S HOXJSK. 

Kirat Door KMt ot ;he Post UlUc*^. 



The Old Established 



JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 



WHOLKSALE AND RKT.ML 



CROCKERY HOUS 



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MR. LAH.t, formerly of the " Oar House," re- 
spectfoUy announces t* his old friends and ail other 
men— no boys in — that he is now fa'r'y under way ; 
and p-oclairas that be will furnish as good an KYE 
OPENER as " any other man" iu this city. 

A variety of reading matter can alwayB be found 
on Mr. Lahr's tables, also stationery, &c. fe9i'y 

MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

W. PUTUIESKK, Proprietor, 

Corner 5th & Wabashaw streets, St. Panl, Minn. 



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GIUICEKIES. 



?E.VI)- GKEICTING TO HLS CUSTOMERS 
MINNESOTA, I.V DAKOTA lERRITO- 
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Thro.\t .\nd lin.vGS.— At this sca.son of the 
year, when coughs and colds are troublesome, 
every family should have a safe and certain 
remedy at hand. Kausom's Hive Syrup and 
Tolu is the very thing. It i.s not only pleas- 
ant lor children to take, but is a certain cure 
for Uroup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, and ail aliections of the Throat 
and bungs. 

Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 cents. 



another position, which event took place ; gtncein the sek.'Ction of trees, soil and site, 



about four o'clock in the afternoon. 

One of our pieces wa,s nndered unser- 
viceable by the trail being broken, but wo 
kept it with us and biought it to the rear. 
lie lore 6 o'clock we heard that the Minnfsor. 
ta Battery had lo.st all of their guns, but 
this was a mistake. We have got them all. 
Just about six o'clock the rebels made ano- 
ther grand splurge, and rallied on onr kit 
and camo down a ravine under the very 
muzzles of ours and the 8h Olio battery's 
guns. We crossed fire with our battorii s 
on the right, and the way we pilxl the cav- 
alry and infantry wa- awful. For half an 
hour there was the most terrilio cannonad- 
ing kept up that ever was known. The gun 
boats CO operated with us and the sece.'-h 
gave way. Night closed the conflict, but 
only to be renewed in the morning. 



Priv.\te Mn-UNKRY.— Mrs. M. L. STOAKFS respect- 
a.l y announces to the ladies of St. Paul and vicinity, 
that che is prepared to make all kinds of fllJC AND 
STRAW BONNETS at her private residence on Wash- 
ington street, in the rear of the City Hall. My atten- 
iNm will be given entirely to Millinery, and, with many 
years' experience, I flitter myself I cannot fail to 
pl'/ase the most fastidious. 

A handsome assortment of Feathers, Flowers and 
Ribbons will be kept constantly on hand and no pains 
will be spared to have the latest patterns. 

N. B. My general day of opening will be on Thurs- 
'!ay. May l.st. In the meantime I am prepared to do 
.Spring work. Bleaching and Pressing, aud all kinds 
of repairing done on the shortest notice. marl9.3m 



Thii house is the most centrally located in the city, 
is owned and conducted by the undt-rsiKne"!, who, 
from long experience, feels competent to give entire 
satisfaction f) all who may favov the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

Comfortable and commodious staViles are attached 
to thi! hou^e. 

BoR.rd by the day or week at prices corresponding 
with the times. N. POTGIESKR. 

dec?t-ly . 

II »- » K O R O K B H J\- X, 

Wl,x) has removed his well known establishment 
from the basement to the first floor, Uis Hah is titled 
up in a first class style and tue bar is stocked with 
the finest, imported Liquors aud Wines. Lill's XXX 
Stock Ale, and Pittsburgh Ale and Porter. His No. 1 
Oysters are served up in a good style for the low price 
of only 30 cents per dozen. Remember the LTCION 
HALL, below Davenport's Book -Store, Third street. 

fii-dly 



PITTSBIJRG^H 
Ale and Porter Depot, 

JJt^KSOJV ST. BtiTWJiKjy Bth * OIA. 



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L,INES. 



THE ARnY 



Ihe Cc7igrf5:fl/i<?)iait'>7 publishes the fol- 
lowing interesting extract of a letter from 
Rev. A. H. Quint, Chaplain of the Second 
Massachusetts Regiment : 

' I am no fanatic, I never even voted a 
Republican ticket. I would treat tenderly 
those thus sadly perverted. But thi.s eight 
months' compaign on slave soil, in locali 
ties where slavery a.S3umes its miMcsl type, 
has made me feel— and I do assure my con- 
scrvative miuislefial brethren — that 'he 
whole system is nefarious. ' The sins of 
slavery.' There are none. It is slave 
hohiing itself that is the sin. Its effect on 
the masters is one of its greatest evils; it 
P' rverts the consciencee, warps the intel- 
lect, brutalizes the heart. 

'* Believe no such nonsense as that ' the 
slaves are contented.' They, with no no- 
ticable exception, long to be free. Nor is 
there any difficulty in settling the slave 
qu'stion so far as our armies go. The 
pnperty henceforth is good lor nothing. 
Crowds of blacks lorsake their masters at 
the fir.st opportunity. In this v(ry place, 
over and over again, do they say, * I have 
worked a great many years lor my master, 
now I want to work lor myself.' They are 
docile, peaceable aud industrious. They 
say, 'only hire us and try.' Can it be that 
Government means to remand these now 
happy fugitives again to their oppressors V 
As an array we have nothing to do with 
slavery. ^Ye neither entice nor drive back. 
The blacks take care of themselves. I wa.s 
amused with one case at Charlestown. A 
master refu-ed to sell any chickens, oven, 
' because.' paid ho, ' I must feed my poor 
servants, who will never leave me ;' and he 
wanted a guard over his property. In a 
lew days his ' poor servants ' were all gone, 
and this aristocratic son of one of the ' first 
faiudie's of Virginia ' was himself taking 
ca^e of his solitary cow and pig." 



and in the planting ai d alter trcaltnent. 

31. We recommend, for the present, and 
umil experience shall have determined a 
better select'on for Minnesota, the following 
list of vavietifs, believing them to pes-sess 
eminent hardintss, as well as produclive- 
ni ss and goed quality : 

Appks — Ribston, Pippin, Farmeuse, Red 
Astrachan, Benoui, Tollman Sweeting, and 
Sun^mi r Fearraint. 

Pears — Flemish Beauty, St. Ghislainand 
Buff urn. 

Grape- — Clinlon, Concord, Delaware and 
Isabella. 

Plums — Lombard, Imperial Gage, Mc- 
Laughlin,, Smiths and Orleans. 

Cherries — Early Rii htnond and Moreilo. 
Strawberries — Jenny Lind, Wilson's, 
Albuny. Triumph, DeGand and Htiy's Seed- 
ling, L.irg^^ Early Scarlet. 

Raspberries -.\ilen, DooHitle Improved or 
Black Cc.p, Brinkk'fi Orange, and Native 
Black Cap. 

Carran's— Red and white Dutch, Goliah, 
Back Naples. 

Gooseberries. — Houghton and American 
Se(d'inga. Foreign varieties White 
Smith and Crown Bob. 

4th Inasmuch as our woods and fields 
are teendng with native Iruit tree^, Plums, 
B ackberries, &e., which may be had in 
any quantity for the digging, and as many 
of these produce fruit abundantly, and of 
superior qualify, we cannot but regard as 
btexaiKdble the neglect to plant such fruits 
it n I others. 



Tua immense stick of millinery and cy articles 
just opened at DtJG.VN'd, above the Bridge, Third 
street, St Paul, where the wax laJy is in the window, 
dt)n't look like hard liraMS. For quantity and styles, 
it is unparalleled in the West. They have added a 
fill line of dre.ss and housekeeping goods, cloaks, 
>i. iwls, embroiderlex, hosiery, gloves, trimmings aud 
■ iruaments of every de,icription. Piles of cloths and 
fancy cloaking. Ladies acknowledge the designs su- 
perb and prices moderate. octlC 



ANOTHKlt FEATURE OF 
B.IRREL MYSTERY. 



THE 



A WIFE OP HENRY JOMPEBTZ, 
DIVORCK. 



APPLIKS FOR A 



From the Chicago Trihuiu;, April 21yf. 

Readers of theso columns will need no 
repetition of the sanguinary details of the 
affair, to be able to bring to mind the mur- 
der of Sophia Werner in 18.")7, and the 
subsequent trial of Henry Jumpertz, a 
journeyman barber, as the perpetrator of 
the deed. 

During the trial of Jumpertz, it was not 
kncvvn that he was a married man. In 
fact it has never appeared that he was un- 
til lately, when a woman calling herself 
Mrs. Fannie Jumpertz, made application to 
the chancery side of the Recorder's Court 
for a bill of divorce from this same man, so 
widely known in 1857 as the reputed mur- 
derer of his mistress and subsequent pack- 
ing of her body in a barrel and sending it 
to New York. 

This woman, as is now remembered by 
(l:o=e who attended the trial of Jumpertz, 
w;:s one of the principal witnesses for the 
defense of the man who, it is now found out 
was her legal husband, and the person upon 
whose testimony, along with others, the ac- 
quittal of the defendant in a measure de- 
pended. She was rewarded, as .such kind 
ly disposed people are generally repaid for 
favors received by unworthy men, by subs 
sequent desertion and entire withdrawal of 
countenance and support, and she atid her 
young child sent forth upon the world to 
starve. It is a poor commentary upon 
the charity of that world, and her own 
frailty, that the woman married again— 
this time uniting her destinies with thoise 
of a man by the name of O'Reilly, wa< di- 
vorced from him, and now, perhaps fright- 
ened by the idea that Jumpertz might pos- 
sibly make his appearance some fine day 
and claim the custody of their child, she 
makes known the fact of her marriage with 
that person by applying for a legal separa ■ 
tion from him. This she has to do as a 
poor person, and the Court has appointed 
able counsel to see that she has her iotcr- 
e.sts fully attended to. 

When will all the dark secrets of the 
Barrel Mystery be fully revealed? 



UcaA.N'.s Millinery and Dry Goods Rooms are crowd- 
ed daily, rhey are s^eUinj a choice stock of Dry Good 
received from Nfvr York, at cost (all new and pretty) 
with an iraraenne stock of bonnets, ribbons, laces aud 
Millinery goods of every description le.ns than cost. 
(bleached linens, shirt bosoms aud white goods in any 
q<i?,!itity are seUing ri;,'ht along— embroideries at a 
ST,cri Que. Parasols , fans , lace mils and summer goods 
■jp^jerslly at wliat any respectable customer is willing 
to give. Price not the object— they must get money. 
Ladies, now is the time to buy. The store is No. 2 
Rod.T>'rs' Block, above the bridge, Tliird street , St. 
Paul, opposite the Express Office, where the wax lady 
ill the window. • 



M. DORNIDEN . 

Hat; just received a splendid i-tiicU of the above, 
Ales and Porter, which lie will warrant buperior to any 
in the city, and will sell cheap tor cash, by the barrel, 
hall baurrel, l)<j'tle or glass. 

-Vlio a fine stock of Ijquors and Cii^rs at whole- 
■<atc iiDil retail . nov2S:tv 



FOR SALE. 



The Second Aiiiinal Report 

OK THE 

COMMISSIONER OF STATISTICS 

Is fbr sale at^his office at the Capitol, or at the Book 
Stor(« in St. Panl. Orders by mail must be adg 
dressied to the undersigned. 
Pr oe — covering the cost ol publishing and mailing — 
35 CENTS PER COPY. 

J. A. WHEELOCK, 

Commissioner of Statistics. 
Mf.rch 10. 1862. marll :3m 



That being one of th. Oldest Butiness Houses in 
Ih" State, (the present i eing the eleventh year of 
il8 exifteuce,) R. MARVIN feels confidett that he 
reed not urge ita claims on the public patronage. 
The extent of country over which it^i bufinefis has 
Sf re.id 18 the best proof that its c'a njs are not un- 
reco.>niJied. The unwavering determination which 
ho has telt i-ince the critiis, and in the hardest times, 
to maintain his businei's £.nd place it on a par with 
similar establishmeDts in the largest cities of tlie 
West , have been so fully appreciated by the mer- 
chants <.f the State, that be ieela b->und to ie<louble 
his efforts, not only for the benefit of his business, 
but for the pride he feeU iu his adcjited e.ty. 

Mr. R. wonld call on the citizens of St. Paul, and 
e-pecLally the old residents who remember " the day 
of small things," not to forget that be still has a 

RETAILING DEFARIMKNI 

for everything in his liae, ndnding also. 

Carbon Oil and Lamps 

OF EVERY KIND, 

H I M N E Y S ^ WICKS, 
OIL. CANS, &c., &c., &c., 

A Fine Stock o 

FKEISOH CillNA. 
HNE AND COMMON T.\BhE CUTLEBY 

A Large Stock o:' 

JniRRORS K LOO KfJVf, ~GL.t SSK tt. 

An Immense Stock of 

OLASSWAKK. 

St. Paul,. lanoary. 1862. janldly; 

APRIL TENTH.' 



s. K. i>xj 1 isr AM , 

OORNKIK 3nl AND MARKCT 8TREETH ST. FAUI , 
wnoLn>aLx a»i> Rcrxa dkax-kk is 

FAMILY GROCERIES 
t'KOVISIONS. 



Keeps constantly on hand a lull stock ol Choice 
Good,", suited tt) this market, including Fiour, <'<iru 
Meal, Ou',-kw:iA%t Flour, Pmeh Roll, Jar and Fiikin 
Butter, Dried Fraits uf all kinds, including a large 
quantity of 

KASPJiBRKIES. 

Also Wooden Ware, Ko*«te^l and Green Coffee. Spi- 
c«^, Pickle?, Choice Green and BLick Teas, Sugar of 
aUGni'U-s, u-tui iohlmrt, everytJiing usually found in a 
wellaFsi Tied estabhshment. to which he invitex the 
especial attention of all wh«» wnat NICE G<X)DS AT A 
KAIKPKICE^ aovn-.ly. 

J . bT~ SL icIh^t eIrT 

DXALHR I.V 

F a ill i 1 y G r o c e r i e !« 



i^Kovisioisrsi 

AGENCY OF THE CELEBRATED DUNDA8 MILL 
FLOUR. 

CORNER 'itk AND JACKSON STREETS, 

Opposite International Hotel 



f;0ODS 



DiCLIVKRED FREE OF CBARGE TO ANY 
PART OF IHE CITY. 



"^^ Cheese, tor gale cheap by 



UJMBVRGU 

^ B. SI.lCriTVJK, 
Corner 7th snl Jackson. 



*^ Just received and fur (>a e by tue brrrBl and gal- 
lon, at SLICHTER'S, 

Corner 7lh and J.ickM>n, 

^-^a. Urire Ici ot ir'reslj Can and Preserv-d Fruita 
at SLlCHTER.s 

^999 f\r\M\W ^\\ thu choice and lavohle b.-ands 
Also a fine lot ol puie Turkish ^'mOsiDg, and fine 
cut Chewing Tobacco— the BEST in the city — for sale 
atpnces to salt the times, Kt SLICHTFK'S. 

Opposite the inteinational Hotel. 

»#•■ WOU .MRMi MJV W-J.vr OMf J 

* supply of Famiiv Groceries, call at the comer of 
7lh and.)acksoD streets, wture you will find the best 
■elected stock olFamdy Groceries in the city, and 
K-bere your wants will be supplied at prices to suit 
i!ie limes. nOV.!2-ly. 

UJMUHLS Oif THU REST .MJVm 

ti e.xplosive, straw colore'! Caitmn Od, at 
'^JMPETITION PRICED, by the barrel and gallon, at 

SUCHTER'S. 



30 



1863. 



1862. 



1863. 



REBEI^ ACCOl NTS OF THE BAT- 
TI.E OF PITTSBURG. 

The Missouri Democrat gives the follow 

ing as the substance ( f the reports of the 

battle of PittsburgrLaiwrpg, made by the 

reb( I pri--oner.^ who have been taken to tiiat 

city : 

Gen. Pi eutiss surrendered about 4 o'cluck 
on Sunday evening. The rebel officers .^ay 
he and bis men fought well but were com- 
pletoiy surrounded when they gave up. 
Th'^y al?o say that their urmy was drawn up 
in liie of battle on Saturday night, within a 
few hundred yards of our camps, and plainly 
saw our men going in and out of th.'ir tents. 
Their Generals would not let them build 
their camp Gres for fear uf discovery. But 
lor the rain and terrible condition of the 
roads, and the delay in the arrival of some 
of their reinforcements, they would h^ive 
been down upon us on Saturday morning. 
Our gunboat.^, they «dmit, saved our army 
from complete annihilation on Sunday night. 
Th'V say they cannot understand why we 
had no scon is or pickets out. They pour 
cd into our camps without resistance, and 
in many eases slew or captured our soldiers 
in their tents. 

The Crops. — During a passage through 
many and a s-jjourn in a ivw of the towns 
on the line of the Rock Island, and Mich- 
igan Southern and Northern Indiana rail- 
ways during the past week, we have as- 
certained by inquires and personal inspec- 
tion, that the growth of winter grain never 
looked more promising. The extreme 
backwardness of the season must confine 
the < ultiration of spring wheat to a very 
small crop. The ground as yet is totally 
unfit to receive the seed, and the tioie Fs 
about past when it will be safe to sow it 
with any prospect of a successful crop. 
The time for corn planting has hardly yet 
arrived. If we shall be relii-ved within a 
couple of weeks of the present unnlensant 
state of weather, it will afford opportunity 
lor successful corn planting, and farmers 
will undoubtedly put in as large a crop as 
their facilities for obtaining labor at the 
present and prospective scarcity for help 
will permit. We are not yet without 

hopes of a large crop of com Chkaeo 

Tribune, 22d. 



Important to Shippers 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Paul for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAILROAD, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

OCR HousR, Thikd Strkct, Opposite Armory Hal 
H. K. E VIPT.Proprie'or.— This old established house I Would respectfully call ynur attention to the supe 
is in fall operation, ami is prepared to furnish meals 
at all hours of the day cr night. The bar is supplied 
with the very b«st Liquors. The larder i.4 always 
ul'. Oysters at 25 and 30 cents per dozen. Hot 
CofTi>e, Steaks, &c. kc. Hive me a call. 

feb26:.lly H. F. E. V^T. 



I^ND FOR Sale ot F.xoHA.vGg.— 1080 acres in Mower 
c>)unty, well adapted for sheep and .stock, low tor 
cash, or for good unencumbered property in St. I'aul, 
or a farm in its vicinity. Address Box 1892, St. Paul 
PostOflice. nov3 



A NEW LOT OF 



SPRIHG DRESS GO 



"DS 



K*«ri9»tf OfSTKRtf RJiCJRIt^JiU MW 

■''• Knpress liaily — Maltt>y'.s celebraleU Pearl Oys- 
tors — for .sale bv the case o.- can, at the lowest rates, 
at ■ .<LiiHTER'S. 

150 Barrels 

COARSE <^>oFIISrE SALT. 

For sale by E. & H. Y. Btl L. 

janSdti. 



I UA8 



M. T. KAOOADLBT 



AT 



MuLTU.M IN Parvo. — The following dis- 
coveries made at the last meeting of the 
Buzfoz Numismatic Association may inter- 
est "'the juveniles'": 

A nickel cent of the latest issue displays 
on the Indian head side the following mis 
cellaneous collection of articles — several 
musical instrument,'! ; for instance, there 
are four organs on the side, (of sight 
smell, tasta and hearing;) besides these there 
is a full band, (around the head ;) there are 
flowers on the coin, (the two lip?;) an herb 
(the feather few ;) an animal, (the hair ;) a 
fruit, (the date;) something used on planta 
tioos, (the lash;) and a mtmber from the ru 
ral districts says that there is one intoxica- 
ted lettpr on the coin— a merry K. The in 
gnniiiH with a little study, will no doubt 
make other interesting discoveries ; now 
that they are put on the right scent. 



HENKY McKENTY, 

DRALBR IN 

REAL ESTATE, 
ST. r.Mvrj, JiMJ\-jyMsoTJ. 

Will iilso locata Ivind VVgrrants and .sell Real Es- 
tate on Commission. 
April 16, 1862. dedOd&wly. 

J. J. DUGAN'S 
MILLINERY STORE 

REMOVED TO THE 

CATHOLIC BLOCK 

K few doors below Day k. Jenks's Dr^g Store, 3d st. 

A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS always 
on hand. aprl6:lm 



,nij\''j\'KsoT.a 

MAIL PACKEf, 

T E 1^ O P 



RiyjBR 



'JTh .a ML, V 

A N T E 1^ O P P: 

FROM SAINT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

Will run daily between the .above named 
points, leaving Orverat 5, Chaska at 6, 
'e.nd Shakopee at 7 o'c'ock, arriving at 
St. Paul in time to connect with the LaCrosse, Prai- 
rie (iu Chien, Dnbuqvie and Dunleith line of packets. 
Leaves St. Paul, Lower Levee at 2 : Upper I/^vee, at 
'iX P. M. GEOKtrE HOUGHTON, Ma.^ter. 

apr22:6m 

St. Paul, Shakopee, Carver and Chaska 
EXPRESS PACKET. 



The FAST and LIGHT DRAUGHT steamer 

CLARA HINF. 

Will make daily trips (Sunday excepted) between St. 
Paul and Carver, touching at a 1 intermediate land- 
ings. Will arrive at St. Paul at 9>i o'clock, A M., 
and leave the 'ower levee at two o'clock, P.M., and 
the upper landing at 2^ P. M. 

Passengers traveling by this boat will be in time to 
take the morning packets for points down the river. 

St. Paul, April 21, 18G2. apr22-6m 



LEMONS 



AND 



TO KENT. 

From and after the flrst day of April, 1882, a large 
and ommodious 

FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, 

favorably known as the Central House. 
Apply to joHM 8. PBINOB 

nuuriaif 



O K ^ N a E s 



J ust received and for sale by 



UPHAM & HOLMES. 



apr23 



Oranges and Lemons ! 

MAPLE SUaAR. 



O R E E N 



APPLES 



Sweet Cider. 



At 



[apr23] 



BI. N. K,ISCl.UUG'S. 



RM B JY R W O R J. B M ^ Jy J\', 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSERJ 

Opposite the American Honse, Third street, St. Paul. 

WIGS, T<JUPEES & LADISS' ORNAMENTAL HAIR 
ot every drntcriptioit always on hand and mad* t« 
order on th« ahortMt notiw. fiib6-dtei 



rior advantages offered by them over any other com 
petiDg line. 

THROUCH CONTRACTS 

Will l>e given to all points E^t. 
AIJi CLAIMS FOR OVERCHARGES OR DAMAGES 
Will be settled upon presentation. 

We will also have the agency of 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacrosse and Milwaukee Line receive and for- 
ward all freight FREE OF WAREHOUSE CHARGES 
AT SAINT PAUL. 

JB9 MEROHANTS who design visitinif the East for 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain FULL 
PARTICULAR.S. 

J. 0. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

n, Paul, Feb, 26, 1862. feb26:d*wy 

I am prepare<I to exhibit a desirable stock of 

Siiiple & Fancy Dry Goodis, 

At prices that will not till 

TO GIVE SATISFACTION. 

Conssisting of 
In great variety. 

Shawls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
G-loves, 

MEN'S WEAR, &©. 



HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

GILBERT HUBBAR9 &C0. 

snif OHANDI.KK?!!, 

SAIL MAKERS, 

Wholesale and retail d-aler in 

TWINES AND CORDAOE, 

'Mii and ^07 AVaUr Stret-t, 

CHICAGO, ILL., 

WouM cUJ p-irticuhr iittentiou I'f the trade to Oir 
stock, as we at all tim<'S h:. ;-e th'^ la'-g»st au>l 
best assortn.ent jn the West of Manilla and Tarred 
Rope, Ditching RmTes, Bags. Rifijing and Burlap.-^, 
Canvas, Oakum, Tsr, Pitch, Chairs: aud Ta<!kle Blocks, 

COAL TAR ROOFING, PITiJH & FELTING, 

Bed Cords, '''lothes Linei, Broom Twines all qualities. 
Wrapping Twines in bundles or biirrels, Belt and Sash 

Corls, Nets and S«ines. 

COTTON, FLAG AND H 3MP TWINES 
Of every description. 

TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! 

Of every kind . 
TARPAULINS AND WAGON COVERS 

Made in any quantity at short notice. 

REGIMENTAL COLORS. .STANDARDS, FLAGS, 

GUIDONS, &c. kc. 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Army Regulations, con- 
stantly on hand and made to ordsr. mar3U:d2m 



CALL AND SEE GOODS & PRICES, 

At the new store of 

A. S. ELFELT, 



, WOOUT. 

G. W. WOOLLEY & CO., 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINI PAUL 

^ ORTV^^n D I jsra 

AND 

Commission M e re h a n t s, 

1JEA1..EHS IN OROCERIESi 
URAJN, PROVISIONS, LIMS &0., &0. 

AMD 

i G E N 1 S FOR 1 H B 

ILUNOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 

J'ENNSTLVANIA RAILROAD, 

XiKTAsaa'a Line o:'i?toamers, Minnerota River, 
Northern Tr.autiportati'in Oi-ipacy from the Kajit , 
Exeelnor" Young America" Ccki Cobb Mill, 
Wixxiward'* ."■'mutter sod Separator, 
Kerosene Oil Oimpany of .Sew > ork, 
C^intri"*"!,* for T^iD^J1^<rt8tion betweea St. Paul. Bos 
ion. KeuEnirland, Montrenl, Ntw York and all points 
Kast, m:ide upon tlieiows.-.l ;»nd most la voraVde terms 
Sy the Northern t^ra:^ portation Company 
Mark packages, 

"WOOLI.EY& CO. 
Sr. pAtn- 

Fur 

.lanuarv 1 1861— d1 v. 



MILL FURN ISHINa. 



CHICAGO BRANCH OF JOHN T. NOYE'S 
OLD BUFFALO MILL FURNISHING ES- 
TABLISHMENT, ESTABLISHED 1834. 



JOHN T. NOYE, 

FLOUR PACKER, 

Manuiacturer «f every dwcriptiun of 

MILL MACHIISrERY 

AND 

I'rench Bnrr Mill Stones. 



Rprl!>:lm 



next door to Pioneer office. 



NET\^ SXia^RB I 



COOLEY, TOWER &. 00. 

Art) just in receipt, per steamer Milwaukee, of their 
first installment of 

OROCERIES, 

Including SEVEVn'-FIVE Pa'oK AGES of assorted 
P. R. COFFEE, 

CRUSHED & GFitAN. SUGARS, 

At low fi/^ures for ca.sh 
«prl9:lw 



tB U 



I L D 



S M X M R B, 

ERS. 



Sh<ip in oK Baptis t Church Building, 'on Fifth street 
ne«r Jack jon. All kinds of Carpenter Work done to 
order. 



J^.. 



fiM te MRB, J RCB ITBCT. 

Offl oe in s anie building as Leonard * Sbeire's 
Carpenter Shop, «n Fifth street, near Jackson. De- 
signs. Plana,and9;p«ciSoations for Boildiaga of erery 
dwtnptien, prep ired on short notioe. febl8-ly 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENl" TURBINE WA- 
TER WHEELS 

Flirted with Oast steel or Boiler Iron Buckets, war- 
raiated to produce a high per centage of power. 

IMPROVED SMUT MACHINES A.VD SFJ'ABATOR.S 

OAT AND GR.\I.^ SllPARATORS. 

John T. Noye's Improved Centrifrgal, Feeding, Flour- 
ing ajid Grist Mills. 

eJIST STBMiL, JRlf.V FMCHS. 

Also, DUFOUR & CO.'s CELEBRATED 

Anchor Brajid Bctltin^ Cloth 

MILL CASTINGS.— The entire Machinery of 
Milis. from the Hmallem Castirg* to the whole ar- 
rangement for the largest class ;>f Flouring Mills, at 
mnch less cost than is utr^ial will be furnisaed at my 
Mftaii»fctory, anrl Branch at ChiiAgo, Ul. 

JOHN T. NOYE. Buflalo, N. {. 

\rm. F. BiOYK, Agent. 
28 Market street , Llnil's Block, Chicago. 

Joini W1tBST«R, Millwright. aprll^m 

J. C. & H. ". BURBANK A Co., Agents at St. Paul. 



J^EW GUSTO 51 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



I have opened a 6^ class BOOT AND SHOE STORE 
in the Phenii Block, second d .or from the Pridge, 
where I shall be plea »ed to see a 1 of my old friends 
»nd customers, pledgi ng myself to sell as low as any 
other house in the cit. T- 

The custom d 'partrat «»t will b« under the snpervis- 
ion of Mr. J. SHEILE'R, whote reputat on is wel 
eaUblished for being the :V >it bootmaker -n the city. 

AU work warranted. 

E, E. HUGHSON, 

iaar22:dly Agent. 



/yr o B M J^ f ' 

THE STONE STORE 

On Wabashaw street, near Third from May 1st, 1802, 
for one or a term of years. Alsc to lea*' lot* *«> the 
Levee, Wabashaw and Third streets. 

SPKNCER h CARTER/ 
▲prU lOth, IMS. kpUlm IngeraoU's i^kMk. 



JAPANESE WtLEAT. 

A New liivo ok Gkai.v r.s.iw.v as Japan-bsk Wheat 

Iri iNTUOnrCEll T.l THK PlKUC AVD FaRMIRS 

OF Mi.vjriPiiTA, 
Py the suhscribera, who hare grown it on their place 
Ust year. Tbi.^ remarkable Wheat is amazingly pro- 
•luL-tive, pnxiucin? over one hundred bushelK to the 
acre. It matures inaeventy days from the time i' is 
sown, ancl weighs fiffy six pounds to the bushel 
The fiends of the grain average lea inchen in length. 
1. ripens while the leaves and stalk are green. The 
Htalk is HO strong that it never lodges during the m>Mt 
severe storms. It wilt iatten hogh as well as corn, 
and at le«s thsn one half of the expense. It produces 
from thrt-e to six tons of fodder to .the acre fully 
wjiial t<i ihe best timothy or clover hay, lt\ nutri- 
tious qualities are such that nil kin.l> of stuck prefer 
it t any of the gr;4->eti ii..*-!! ii.r Imlder, afl*r a very 
large proporti'-n oi li>- i;rain i« threshei off. It will 
stand the Iill)^l w-vere orouth. It is excellent for 
f"<Hiif;g rou.try. It yields thirty pounds of Flour to 
tlie liHsliel. 

I'rioe— OVE DOLLAR per package, with full direc- 
tton«. 

j)^-('n ? paskage sown as directed, will produce 
enouifh need \n rai:^ next year from 600 to 8CI0 bnab 
eL"! of tfe Wheat. 

Sold by !t:e following Agents in St. Paul : 
R. <'<allaway ; .1. C.Raguet&Co.; 

Day .'clonks ; O'l,-.^ Weide&Bros.; 

B. Presley ; E, W. liddy ; 

Beaumoni ,^ Gordon. 

For sale in Minueapolia by W. H. Leonard b Co. 
GnMly -^ Gray ; O. M. Lara way ; Kelly h Bro. 

St Anthony— Charles Crawford, T F. ft G. H. An 
drews. 

49>l>ersons living at a distance can be supplied 
with a. package per ra.iil, by sending a dollar aud lour 
DOS age tramps enclose -. in an envelope, addresse*! to 
A. GAf J.AWaV, S\ Paul, or W. H. LEONARD, Min 
Despoils 

U. &. E. JACKSOM, 

feh7 (1 twSra Lake Minnetonka. 



St. Panl Chair Factory. 

GALLEY & JANSEN, 

M.tnufac'.urerx and Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

CHAIRS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
Wabmahatc tireet, bet. 51 A tC 6tA, St. Fmmt. 



We are prepared to supply the trade with the very 
best qoali'y "f wirk, made un.lerour personal snp<T 

Ti"ion, and 

HT'MBR.ajyTBM BVrBBiBB 

To any manufactured in the State. 

Twelve years experience in this trade enables ns to 
dp g(K>d work in good style. 

We refer to ibeMlowing prfatcipal Cabinet deafen 
of St. I'anl, who Sell our work in prefercnse to that 
of other manufacturers, fbr the reason that they con- 
sider ours the best. 

J. PnBjrDfM*, I J. A. Stees, 

F, Hi'debrasd, I J. S. 

.1. flonev. 



Dennipoo. 

feh21rffkwly 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One of the best 

CLAIRVOYANTS k FORTUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, can be consulted for a short time 
kt her re««deoce on Eighth ktreet, between Wabasha* 
and St. Peter, name on the >loar. 

Termi — Clairvjjant Kximiuations, $1 ; Past, Pres- 
ent and Future Lffldies. 25 cents, Gentlemen , 50 cents 

Hnan> from P A. M. to 9 P. M. apr2:toi 

UNION HOTE JL, 

JR. LUKBJVBBiMBR, JProprUtor, 

OOR. 4th & WABASHAW STS. ST. PAUL. 
GOOD STABLING in connection with the Honse. 

This honse Jias been built this samaer, is fitted up 
and furnished in the best style, and is prepared «• 
aeeommo'late traveler" and b arders «m raaaoiiaUe 
term*. 

4^ BMrd hy.the day or «mii •• low aaiuij ftQmt 
10 the dty. 



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THR SAINT PAUL PRESS, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1882. 



SDf §aint ^aul |lrcss. 



H^itKH Off ^MH^'JKUTtSi.M) 

IN TH» 

fil. t'il L DAILY A^U WKEKIT PRKBS. 

I t..N l.lNbls T\> v S«il-AKK. BKlMi A IKOAI KoI.Ul. 

l.K'iAl, ADVhUlTl.^EMKM'S, 

rrBI!!4H>D OMCR » WKKK, BlTtlt.'C IN HA:LY OR WKtKlV 

>"k«1 la^«tll. I! 76 C«nts per Squar«. 

Kjif.h iiii.bM«4u«nt insertiou . 37 >a " '• 

Lk^I Ailvc>rtisf»if utx publiiihcU at tli« «xpeott« ot 
the .\Uorufy<i onlt^riiiii. «iu<l "Jl Jelayablp for th»> 1»- 
gn! procCf'laigs. DatcollMta! li- in a.lvnv^.or du ilcliv- 
ery ol »ttii*!tTit. I'ublish«r>i not Hccouutable fur the 
•ct-uiacy of l<j(Cal ;».lTert»8eui<«ats b*youJ tlie amouut 
ett<ij>re>l tor ihoir |>uhlicatiun. 

Alverti-teiuents pubtUhei! ia both the Daily ami 
Wefl.ly will bo ciiar<<-<l the full daily rat»« with ooe 
hall thd weitkly rate* adittnl. 

A-lrortiitt-niciits It'adl^l au 1 {jlan>'l uutit«r the hwad 
ofi^-'-viin SoliCfrt, if ten linen orover, will be cUargtiJ 
double itie UKU.il rttleK ; if uu U-r thai amount, ttfly 
0»d:.< tor each iuwtrl.ou. 

Y "irlv aJTertiwrs to pay tjuarterly. 

A'lrert'!<eniea*.s. tor a \i3ss tliue than tbre« luoatbs, 
to b-* paid m aivauee. 



BU11BANK\S STA(Ji:S. 



1861 w.NTKK 1862 

AKKANOKMENT ! 
Miiiiiesotii Sta^f roiiipuiiy. 



CAGKYiNG -mK 



NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

AND THI 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 



♦Jrv. Haksi», Ksq., at Mianeiipolig, and Wrr- 
■OK<^ 0'Hu:<^\, cl^q. , at St. Aoibony, M 11 act a.s Agents 
tu i-irciii«lm^ liie 1)aily I'kigsm lu thsir r«8p<*ctive 
towns. 

«#- Oiiicrediit'.l Illinoi:! and Wiscon.siu ourreuoy 
iw>ni lo uu hereafter iivill be receivexl iinly at the ratex 
at Kltich we can doptwit it, and cnslit will be giyea 

fc-v.-rJiiiijly. 

■ > ■ 

f>o«t Ullice, St. Pnul, Mlitiie«ol«. 



jryin uoiits. 
0\ weeK days from T '•'clock a si. to 7 o'clock f m 
(>a Sunday .<, from 12 o'clock M. to 1 o'clock P. M. 

ti.)L'K.'4 OK ARRIVAL AMI) DKt'AKlCKI Of THB MAIM. 

St. I'aui to 1^ Crj..se, carrying tae ea-^tem and 
■oathi>m mail. 

L<>i»vt)S .laily, except Friday , at 6 a. ■. 

ArriTef daily, except Tansday, at 9 .'. x. 

S=t. V,»ul to KaIN -Ht. Croix, Wisconsin, via i^till- 
Wtiter, leaves daily, except Sunday, at 7 A. M. ArrtveH 
d»i;k-, except Sunday, at \1 M. 

St ! aul (J Cr.iw Wini{, (Upper Mississippi riyer,) 
toavef I'.aily, except :$iinday , fur St. Anthony and Miu- 
seapotii, at 8 a. m. and '2 p. ii. 

.■^' . I'lul to St. cloud au'l Crow Wing, Monday 
WeJiieH'iay and Friday, at IS a. .M. 

ArriTes daily, except Sunday, from St. Anthony an 
MiuueapoIinaL 6 c a. 

Arrives from St. Cloud Tuesday , Thtiri>day an 
ijatiirday, at 7 f. h. 

Mails tor F'>rt Al.)ereri>mbie, BrecUinridge, &c , on 
fU<l KiTecarediHiiatebed on Mi'uday and Friday, at 

6 A. M. 

St t'au'. to South Bfnd, Miuneiiota rirer, leaves dai- 
ly, :'<i-ept Siind.iys, at 8 A. H Arrives daily, except 
8af!<i>iy, at 5 r.M. 

» I. Paul to Northfield, carryini; mail for Faribault, 
t>wal>iana ic. , leaves Monday. iVe^in-siiay and Friday. 
.»• o A. 31 Arrivet, Tu-siay, i.'hursilay and Saturday, 
it : -■ « 

?t. I'lul to Decorab, Iowa, ria Cannon Falls, Koch: 
•*t T .i- , leaves ^touilay and Thursday, at 'a.m. 
Arrive'! at St. I'auI, Wwlnesday «.ud Saturday, at 7 

."-I. I'atil to Superior, Wisconsin, leaves Monday and 
to Sunrise city only, Thursday, at 5 am. Arriveti 
Tue-v'.ay,anJ from .Sunrise city only, Saturday at 6 
r. M. 

St. Paui to Sparta, Wis., via Hudson, eave.< Tuemlay, 
Tuursday and S.iturdny, at 8 a. m. 

ArrivHS Monday, We inesd;iy and Friday, at 6 P M. 

St. Paul toCottatfe tlrove, via Newport, *c., leaves 
Saturday, at 1 P M Arrives Saturday, at 12 M 

St Paul to Rod Wiiig, .supplying Pine Bend and 
Nln'uger, leaves Wednesday at 8 a m. ArrivesTuos- 
dav at f' P. >!. 

Ki^tern mail closer at 7 p m. 

Mai « leaving b«foro 7 o'clock A M., close at 7 P M. 

AH others clo..>! half an hour before the time of 
•tarling 

Die postage upon all transient printed matter, for- 
•ii(u and doineslio, and upon all letters, foreign and 
domestic, is now required lo be fully prepaid by Unit- 
ad States powta^** stamps, except in cases where pre- 
payment on lei.wrs, &o., to foreign countries is opti- 
oa.ll and tbesnnders do not wish to prepay. 

Ferson.i mai'.in.; 'f tiers, newspapers, &c. , whether 
donie<ti.; or lo f(..ei^a countries, should therefore ;'B- 
wrtatu at the i>iii>.e ot mailia:;, the exact postage 
IB esch OHse, .and affix L'n'led .States postage stamps 
o s^-.tiicient value to prepay the full postage thereon. 
'IHAS. NICHt>I.S, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, Dec. 4, Un 



B(K)KS & STATIONERY 



DANIEL D. MERRILL. 



WIJOLkS VLE AND RETAIL DEALER IV 



BOOKS &STAT10i\ERT 



ST. TAUL, MINN. 



9^A ttKJitlS J'JFBR, 
'^*9\F and Kalwl. 


PLJijyr 


^^ and l'enci!.< to suit all. 


PK.VS 


rmiHK BUST 

-«• MIVE I.NKS. 


»l'i«/T/.V« 


K CJR' 


350^000 


K J\' V K 


O J* JS s . 


-»^ 186a. 


i M ti 


Mf O R 


^jW I.^RtiK STOCK Of 

•^ ASH ACCoU.ST BOOKS 


Br.^JVH 



m: b<j<)KS 



•^ 



siTpfM^w o§f svaooi. 



M^JiRGK I,OT Of W^IjL P^- 

PEK chh:ap. 



^/m j.^RaK I.OT ojff jumscmh,^- 

9rm. NKOUS ARTICLI-S Also Picture, Play, Toy 
and ('ther Children's Bjoks. 

■Country Custom re.spectfuUy solicited. ..^(r 



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lUK fij^CB TO ttMT TBMi BBST 



MILITARY HOOKS, 

For Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery, is at 

oof.':'. MKRRll.I.'S .>--Tt>KF,. Third Strwt. 



^^.y tioou js Ji.y^'—FMiRa^Ps 
BETTEK, ! 

The celebrated Writing Fluid of Wm. Manlius 
Smith is now offered tor Bile in Minnesota D. D 
MKK^tlLL, St. Paul, is our Agsnt. 

This Ink has bettn thor Jughly tested, and is now 
uoed by Bmkers, Railroid L.ffictirs, State I«iri.slatures, 
and by business men throughout the rounlry. 

.\rnold's Fluid is no better, but being subject to 
biirh t iriS, is more expensive. 

Americans h-ju'd use this Ink, tecanse, 1st, It is 
as ifood as any. 2nd. It costs less. .3d, You should 

FATROnIzK " HOME INDUSTRY." 

Those who wish samples, can have them free of 
ehurge, by calling; on our Agent, D. I). MEKKILL, 3d 
irtreet, near the Bridge, St. Paul. 

SVflTH * BROWNWEU., 

jaD21d6m. Manufacturers, Manlius, New York 



Jf. 



J. BRJMjyrjinn m co.^s 



JVIILLS 



aiTCATKD O.V I'HALorrs 0HEEK, WHERE 
THE STILLWATER ROAD CROSSES. 

This Mill is just completed, and is in good running 
order. Our machinery embraces all the latest ira- 
pnivements, and was got up in the East, without re- 
gard to expense. It has two run of Burrs, which 
will be kept running night and day, so that farmers 
aoming from a distance can be accommodated without 
much delay. 

The need of a first class Mill o this kind has long 
been felt by the citizens of St. Paul and vicinity . 
We have securol the services of James Craigie, who 
bAS made mil ing the business of bis life, and in whom 
we can place entire coufiilence. 

All kinds of gvAia will be weighed when brought to 
the Mill, and aNo when taken away, if desired. We 
feel confident in saying to the public that we can 
make as good Flour and as great a yield to the bnshel 
as any Mill in Minnesota, and respectfully solicit a 
bir trial. 

aKo a new Mill for grindini; corn in the ear. 

4^ All Work done at this Mill is warranted. 

R«p20 dJkwly 

WISCONSIIV NURSERIES 



Farmers anct Gardeners or the iVorth\rest 

We cail your attention to this ."Nursery, the suick 
which embraces everything in the Nursery line. Lo- 
cated on the high open prairie, the trees all grow 
with SHORT, SrOCKY BOniES—set twice or three 
times over in the nursery. Owing to the perfect har- 
dine-is of its trees, &e., the Stock is well adapted to 
the soil and climate of 

THB NORTHWKST. 

Please call and examine or send tor catalogue price 
list. Orders solicited early, as those first received 
wi'i! lirst b« 6IIed. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

General Northweitern .\gent. 
Office in Sewtng Machins Depot opposite Thompson 
Bros. Bank, Third street, .St. Paul. 
frb4-dA(wIy 



WOOD YARD, 

CORNER OF JACKSON AlfD NINTH STS. 

DRY WOOD consUntly on hand an 1 dehvered In 
any part of the city. Orders left at the yard, with 
Mr. Terry at the Post Ofllee or at either of the Auc 
tion Rooms, promptly attended to 

inarl8;dSm 6B0. 0. STARBUCK. 



PROPRlCTOK.o, 



J. C. BURBANK & CO. JOHIN L. MEKRIAM. 



The roads are well Btocke.l with Fir.-l Ham Hordes 
Concord Coaches, with careftil and experieace<! i'ri 
vers, all under the control of competent Agents. 



SCHKDUl.K 
OK UEFARTURK.S FROil SAINT PAUL 

For Uastini{S. Ked ^^iug, Reade, Wabashaw, Wino- 
na, ljaCrus.se, (connectiuij with tho J. a trosse aud 
Milwaukee Railroad) daily, at 6 o'clo'.-k a. m 

For St. Anthony aud Minneapolis — twice daily, at 8 
o'cloo i A . M. , and 2 p m. 

For Manomiu, Anoka, Montieello, and St. Clou.l — 
Mon lays. Wedm>sday^ and Fridays, at 4 o'clock *. m 

For Sauk Rapids, Belle Prairie, ort Kiptey and 
Criw Wing — .Vlondjiys and Fridays, at 4 a. M 

FirSlillwater— Daily, at S a. m. 

For Marine, Taylor's Falls aii'i tii.i Falls of .St. Croix 
— Mondays an 1 Tbur-.'day.., al S o'cloc ; A. M. 

For SnperioT— Every Monday, %t 4 o'clock a. m 

For ■'unrise, with connections at Bayfield — Every 
Monday and Thursday at 4 o'clock A. Jt. 

Fur Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alex.\a<lria, Poiiuiie 
de I'erre, (Ireckinri.lge, .lud Fort AbercromUie — 
Mondays aud Fridays, at 4 o'lock A. W. 

For Geoi-getowu, Pe.Tjbtua, F^irt (T.irrv,a'id the Red 
Rivtr Settlement — Fvery Kridav a- 4 o'cloc's A. M. 

For further par'iiiulars einjui'e at thelietieral Oflice 
on Third -traet, near the •' jAmerican," oral the <ilH(e 
ot til-* North Western Express i.'ouipany. 

St Paul,Nov. -.'4, 18C.1. nov24.ily 

GOODS AT LA CROSSE. 

Merch ints and others de.'iricg -joods brought up 
from La Crosse can make special contracts at 

L O WJt ST R^f T K S , 

on application to us. 

Special and LOW rates will also be given from .New 
Yora an<l Boston, by Express or by " Merchaiit's 
Di atch." 

Lowtat Ratf Otven on Furn 

an : other return freight. Call on us butore making 
contracts. J. C. BURB.iXK & CO. 

no-' 24 



JWt O h A S S Ji S . 

•^* Sugar Hoii.se in bhls. . ualf barrels aud kegs. 
For sate low. OOOt FY. TOWER k CO. 

lOO "^^^ sirtjjR uopsK, aoi^ 

-■-^'^' den :;Dd Anibei , a choice ariic.e, at 
J. C .t H. C. BURBAMv.aCo ' < 

_^ LJiRGB STOCK Oif J^gJTH Ll~ 

•^■. quors and Cigars, which we offer at prices that 
Will insure quick .s.Ues, at 
J. C. & H- C. BURBA. \K .fc Co.g 

O/^fl BBLS.JSSORTJilt WUISKJT, 
*9\W\r i.irsale a' 



» r,. ,^c I. 



; t.; :i. : : x d 



lilfl ^'^'^ SVOJIR UOVSR^ tiOL' 

-■-^"' dea and Amber Syrup, a choice article, af f 



.r C s H. (.;. BUitBAVK A Oo.'s 



•'^^^' tar boxes Xaiaia.i, crjp or 1861, at 
.T. C. .■^ ti. C. BUKBAXK ,v Co.' s 

*>r| BBLS. STVJBrS BKS1 UOJSMtV 

1^^^ byriip, a choice a- tide, lor tai.lf ime, at 
.J C « H.C BUKl;A.Ntt& Co.'s 

-fO^ JP^CK^tiES ^iSSORTXJt 

■*-'*'" Fruits, coDsisiing <'(lVums, Prunes, Cur 
rautn acd Citron, all new crop , lo? salf at prices t" 
sii' the tiroes.'it ,1. r k H C RfTUR . VK .V Co 's 

-"-"^' prime article, at low figures, at 

,1. 0. A: H C. rJLT ;!i VVK & Go's. 



50 



UR^J%'T>S H^ITF.jyrT JFJJ\'JViJ\'a 

Milisfor iiale at manulactuter's prices, at 
J. C & H. C. BLKBANK &Co.'h 

-* larjjest and h.'st selected St. icks of (iiocern'- in 
the West, at the warehouse of 

ecl9. .I.e. .« !I C. 3rKB VNK * 



R I JV T K R S ' 



.V H S 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
manufactory of J E Wade, New Vork, foa 8»le at 
mauufdcturer's prices, by 

.'ecP^ I C Jt fl. O RFRBANK h Co 



Jl^Ofl BOXJES JSSORTUMi TOB^C- 

^"^'•^^ CO, comprising all theTivorite brands, at 
J. C jfc H. C BfRBANK & Co.'s 

«r|^ ttoxKJ\' nvBOMS bust cjst 

*9\W Steel Axes. Also 30 iloz. Red River Axes . Al- 
so '.25 Boxes assorted Blued Tarks, first quality, at 
.1. C. Ix. H. C. m;«B\NK Jt Co.'s 

50 BARRELS 

OE 

CARBON OIL I 

Ali<0 A QrANTlTN- OK 

(JHICAUO OUKAM ALE, 

Fior sale by ,/. C. ."c ii. C. BURBANK h Co. 

dcc6. 



/rjfT « .nr»' fui/j:.vt*s «• jPdiTHOJVS. 



Havio;; engajed my servi^!e3 to the Messrs. J. C. & 
H C. Burbauk t Ci.,c<>«n"r I.evpo and Sibley streets, 
Imay be found in the Who esileGrocery Department, 
where it wi'l afford m ■ pleasure to see niy old cus- 
tomers once m<irp. 

We shall have ,a large aud well selected stock of 
goods, usually kept in ou- hue, on biind, which I re- 
spectlully ask you to examine hijfi.ri! purchasing else- 
where. I hope to merit for the house a portion al 
least of that patronage you have heretofoie so liber- 
ally bestowed upon me 

marS A. L. LARPE.VTEUR. 



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S T ^ B tj J S UK li 



I S 3 9. 



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T . S U I 1' • S 



KENTUCKY PREMIUM 
Salt Hiver Konrboii. 



S. T. SUIT'S KENTUCKY 1854 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



S. T. SUITS KENTUCKY H 5 6 
SALT RIVER BOURUON. 



THl<: ABCJVK 11' BUKNKl.. 

IS G-ENUINE. 



ADDRESS 

S. T. SUIT, 

Salt River Distilleries, 

KENTUCKY. 



W« have the above celebrated Whi!>kf for aile. 

BEAUMONT * GORDON, \\rholeBale Grocers 

nNOK i THEOBALD, " " 

J. C. RAGUCT & CO., " " 

W. W WEBB, " " 

WM. LCTP, " " 

BART1.ETT PRFSLEY, " " 

apll3 t« H MoKIJm. " " 

K i^Tm: O V A. L . 

I have removed the stock of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac, 

asH6;ned to me by E. W. L-wis, from No. 4 Lambert'* 
Block, Third street, to the sto.e on Third street for- 
merly ooonpied by 

J . W . PRINCE, 

liquor Dealer, opposite Wm- J S.-nith & Co.'s boot 
and shoe store, atid shall be gl«l lo furnish the peo 
pie with Drugs, Medicines J*e., 

JT OR BKLOW COST, 

until the whole stock is disposed ol. 

V^^M\f. c. GRXKT r,KWrs. Assieree. 



FOR SALK CHEAP FOR CASH ! 

A few eaaes of Men's, Boys' and Youth's BOOTS 
Also CIRCULAR SAWS of Welch A Grifflth's make- 
siies from 60 to 66 ineties. 

»»»*«ni B. 8. KDOKBTON. 



DRY (xOOi>.S. 



VGIIK.ULILRAJ.. 



I .\ <i ERSO I. L'S It L JCk . 

run UHMi^lT S.II.H Ol- 

I) ti Y O O O O S 

IS (•')NTINIIE0 AT THi-) 

ISTeAv Store 

or 

D. \V. liX^KKSOLL & CO., 

IN IMiKRiSOLLS BLOCK., 

And at pnceH in lunny instances 
LESS THAN THE AUTHAL COST Of IMHORIA 
TION AND MANUFACTURE. 

Much of the Immennu utock uow ottered for sale iias 
been selected trom the 

LARlit: AUCllOi\ SALKa 

DRY aOODS, 

*.V TBK CITl- OF JVUHT I'OUH, Jll 

PANIC PRICES. 



AirKKl) I>. DAV1.S4IX. />UI.\Z.> r. co.NNKLI\ 

S T. }' A IJ I. 

Clipper Plow Factory. 



RALLliOAiJS. 




I H E I H LARGE STOCK O t 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety oi ouality, will be sold at prices to 

.SUIT THK TIMKS. 

Mottled Morella Cloths, from 10 to 2.^c per y<ird ; 

Plaid Poil De Chevres 
Kmbroitltered Poil De Cheveres, 

Every variety of Challejs, 
Euibroidered and Grey Grisailles, 

Blue. Gr'Oo and Piuk Barrege I/e-'safioa, 
Kui{li.-li, French and American Moiisline tie 
Laiiios; Printed Lawns in great 

variety. 
.\ splendid stock of (iinglmms ; 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY 

SILKS 

iMt-n and BoyH* Summer Wear ; 
Broadcloths ; hlack and fancy Ca-s^iiii ere? 
Satinetts, and Summer Cloths. 

ALSO 
A VERY LAROK STOCK OF 

HOSIERY, (,i,OVES -AND 

EMBROIDERIES; 
PJR.ISOKS, aujyr ir,nBRKi.i..ts, »r, 

ALSO 
A large stock of 

DO.MKSTIC AND FOREIGN (iOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

<i ( ) U N T R Y TRAD K. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

C»n purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We also invite the attention of the I.A<lies to our new 
STYLES OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

C> U K F: N T I R K S T O C K 

Will be sold for 

C A. S H , 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 

Tho Public .'ire invited to visit our New Store. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & Co., 

a3«)-dlyh.j St. Paul, MinnesotA 

New Fall and Winter Goods. 

Ij^ OR O R W it O O U S J J\'_J» 

YANKEE NOTIO.NS 

00 TO 

"The C^lieap Oa.sli Store," 

NraT DJUR TO THE N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 
THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. 
We mean to keep up onr reputation for selling 

r)RY G^OODS CHEAP. 

Call and see for yourselves. Remember our 
motto — 

"SMALii PROFITS AND QUICK SALES." 

nov2 dlv H. KNOX TAYI.OR. 

fi^OR SBJ WI,S, n K £,.1 IJ^'R S, 

-■■ Prints, Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Moslins, 
Tickings, Flannel."^, (iloves. Hosiery, Woolen Yarn, 
Satinets, Cassimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, &c., 
4c., &c. 

<Jo to the One Price Cheap ftish Store of 

H KNuX TAYUiR 

:!ovi .llv Third Street. St. Paul. Vlirin 



The iiuderiiigned having f inned a co parlnernhip 
for the manufacture and sale o' 

I* L O A\^ S , 

Are UO-.V prepaiod to 1 jrnish farmers and doalem with 

r HE BEST PLOWS 

Rver offered in the State, ind at prices to suit the 
times We will ahvays have on hand a Krge stock of 
Cast Steel and Common Steel CroM Plows Corn 
Flows Breaking and Hnib Plows, "f all sizes and ol 
the best mi^terial. 

Having had the niaferial selected for our esi>eci7l 
trade, and the Plows be.n^' manufactured under the 
supervision of 

ALONZO LEAMING 

[KOKMKKLV OK 8T. ANTHO.NV.] 

WE WARRANT THEM 

to be ol Light Drajght, Clean in any soU, and give 
Good Satisfaction generally. 

Particular JltttHUoH Pata lo Repairing 

Farni'Ts ! Pavu your old piowM and we will work 
them over much to your a Ivanuge and sitislactioo 
bv leaving them a', our Facl'iry, ou Robort street, be 
tween 4tli and 5th, St. Paul, sign of plow. 

jani'idftwly. DAVISON & fX)NNELLY. 



KRNfiST ALBRIGmX, 

■AHrFACtCBIE AJfD D«AL18 IJC 

F V /. S OF ALL KINDS, 

Third Street three doors below Day .% Jenks' Drug 
Store, St. Paul. 

HaRC.>nstantly on hand and makes to order ROBES 
I.N' EVERY .STYLE, ^ats Mittens, Gloves, Collars, 
Capes, Caps. Moccasins, and in short, everything ap- 
pertaining to a Fur Store. 

All work warrante<l. and sold at the lowest orioes 
for cash. 

^9" Highest cash price pai.l for Furs. noT24<14m. 

NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEALERS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS. AXES, SPRINGS, AXLES, AN- 
VILS, VICES, BELLOWS, THIM- 
BLE SKEINS, HORSE NAILS, 

AND 

HB.WY HARDWARK GEWERALliY. 

BUBBKR AND LEATHER BELTJyG, 

ORlNI>STONES, PITTSBURGH COAL, kc. 

THIRD SlRhEl, '. . 57-. i'AUL, MINN. 

49-SIGN OF THE A!NVIL.-«9» 

4^Agen*s for Herring b Co.'s celebrated FIRE 
PROOF SAFES. febi-dly 

RUDOLPH SCHCENEMANnT 

WATCH MAKER 

3rd St., near Robert, Saint Paul, Minn. 

G.ilvanizing in gold and silver neatly done to or- 
per. A good assortment ol watches and clocks always 
on hand. Repairing neatly done and warrantei for 
one v»«T. dee3-ly. 

LAFAYETTE, MINNESOTA. 

FREE HOMES TO SETTLEttS. 



rm'^HB PROPRIRTORS OF TBFc 

-«- town of LAFAYETTE, on tKe Red River of Ou 
North, will make liberal donations of lots to all per- 
sons wh<i will settle upon and improve the same 

This town is situated 40 miles below Ft. Aljerjrombie 
and 180 miles above Pembina and directly oj^oHletJu 
mouth of the Cheyftme River ; is the centre oi one of 
the richest valleys and best agricultural regiocs in the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood an 1 water 
and the country around it hiis been recently .- urveyed 
and IK now open to settlement. The town marTa the 
head of naviyatum on the Re'i River of the North, 
and is easily accessible — the line of stages from St! 
Panl to Pembina, passing tliere semi-weekly. .No por- 
tion ot the great west offers greater inducements to 

tttlers. 

For in formation addross JOHN R IRVINB, Esq 
SaiptPaol. Minnesota.. M-d,Vwlv 



G-IESMAN & SAUER, 

UASViAorvfafm or 

SADDLES, 

HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

COLLARSl^ 

BLANKETS. TRUNKS. WHIPS, 4c., &o., 

NeKt door to Thompson Bros. Bank, 8d st. , 9t. Pant 



J^Bepairing of all kinds done on ihort notica. 
4VAI work made at thia ahop ia of tbe very bee 
naAerikl and it wvmitiaA oonWdaiM 



Grain Paii.s anrt Plows. 



F. H M WNY'S F.XCf<:LS10R, NO. 1 $2& qo 

FiiKEPOKT GRAIN S£I'.\RAT(JR. .. ' -^5^ 

DF.xiRE'S MCLI \" K P ( ■ WS jVo io 1' .00 

At the Fraiue arelion.se, corner of Levee and Sib 
ley street, .St. Paul S. :'. . P. F. HODGKS. 

nov27 Itlnio. 



Tarmers, Look Here ! 

nnuF vjyrniiRSitJ.vKn H^f^n ojv 

-■. h-.m; a large lot t.' 

FANNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 

which they propose to trade to farmers i>d better 
terms thau CHii he had elsewhere. 

F. H. MANNY'S Excelsior Grain Fan. . .$25.00 

FREEPOKT Giaiu Separator, 25.00 

MOLINE Fanning Mill 20 00 

MOLINE & ROCK ISLAND Plows iib"to jl5 
We will receive whea» in exchanee for any of the 
above articles at .55 cents per bushel. Also a good 
supply of (Joggshall id Warner's and Biokford & Huff- 
man's 

ORAIN DRILLS, 

with or without Grass Steders. 

Parties wishing to purcba.se will do well to give us a 
call at the Frame Warehouse, corner of Lower Levee 
aud Sibley sireets, St. i'aul 

uoy27w6 m.i S P. ft; P, F. HODGES. 

FANNIN 0- MIL L 

We, the undersigneil, beg leave to call the attention 
of Farmers and Country Merch.in's to the fact that 
they have the t^xclusive right of manufacturing 

F. H MANNY'S FANNING MILL, 

Which 1I.-.S taken the premium over all other mills ir 
the Stale, f. r cleaning grain of all kinds Warranted 
to give perfect satisfaction iu lak'ng out o»*s and 
cockle, and all fsul s"«ds. We also manufacture the 

RACINE MILL, 

I arge Ol- smill size as any one may uosire We cal 
the attention of wheat buyers to our large size mill 
which cannot be excellfti." for cleaning grain fast 
Per.sons will save from loiir to six dollars in buvine'oi 
us ■' * 

Give !'.a call befi^re p'jict asin/ .iLewhere, as we 
caus-11 :i better mill.an.l cheaper than any one else 
can afford them. We are agents for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STKAVl FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BUKK I»ILL-STO>£S, 

l> UFO RJK'S B O I. TIJS'ti Ch O TBS, 

8CRKEN WIRE AND THtiOOP'S SVfCT MILL AND 
8?:PAR\T0!1. 

We ar- the only party keeping the above articles in 
St. Paul. 

Factory, l^iwer Levee, West St. Paul 
jan-iPiLtwaiii W. M LEYDK ;< BROTHER. 

SEEDS AT WAR PRrCES7 



SEEDS FRPE BY MAIL. 



All who wish to buy seeds should call at 

THK S.§l.\-T PJVI. SKKB STORK, 

Opposite the Pre-js office, aud adjoining the Bridge 
We are now selhng off oar n^w crop of seeds at much 
lower prices generally than the same can be had at 
Eastern stores. Many of the seeds we offer at three 
cents per paper cannot be had elsewhere for less than 
ten cents, and some rotail at twenty-five cents each. 

PRICES PER POUND. 

,, , per lb. 

Large \ ellow Onion %\ qq 

I arge Reil Onion 75 

Beets— Early Bloo.l Turnip !'..'!!'.!!.' 75 

" White Su/ar gij 

" Mangold Wertzel *' 59 

l»ng I >range Carrot ...'.'.*."..* 76 

Riita Baga .".'.'..'.'. 60 

Flat Turnip pQ 

Kx i.ni 1-iirly Imphee .'..'..'. 40 

Same at wholesale very low. 

SEEDS BY THE QUART. 

Beans— E-irly Yellow Six Weeks ''*'^ ^15 

EariyChina ;../.; 15 

' Early Val.-ntine 15 

Peas— Sarly Daniel O'Rourke, 2)^ feet .....'...'. 25 

' ' Tom Thumb, or Dwarf, 8 inches 40 

" Champion of England, very rich, medium 

early, 3>i feet 20 

" Large Marrowfat, late ' 15 

Sweet Corn "..'.'..' 16 

SEEDS IN PAPERS. 

Papers that usually retail at five cents each. ... 3 

Same, assorted by the hunf^red 2 60 

' thousand 20 00 

j(S"Sub.scribers to '" Farmer & Gardener," 2>i cents. 

SEEDS BY MAIL. POSTAGE PAID. 

All kinds sent by mail at 3 c's. per paper. 

Forty kinds Flower Seeds, our choice, for $1.00. 

Seeds by the pound, same price, as above, with 15c. 
added. 

Papers of Com, Rears and Peas, if ordered by mail, 
will contain abo; t half the usual amount — ordinary 
paper, full amount. 

SEEDS FREE. 
All subscribers to the " Farmer and Gardener," for 
a year, are entitled to five papers Those who pay 
$1.00 at our office, or remit the siime to us by mail, 
instead ot paying to agents, may select ten papers 
from our lis;, of Garden or Flower Seeds. 

Edit'-rs of this State may draw on ns for ten papers, 
A list ol seeds, with description, mode of culture, 
&c., will be found in the " Farmer and Gardener" for 
January, February and March 



FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, 
Rhubarb, Asparagus Roots, Evergreens, Roses, Dah- 
lias, Peonias, and all kinds of Greenhouse and Garden 
I'lants, as low as at any responsible NHrsery in Wis- 
consin or New York. 
Address 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or le*ve orders with Messrs. Fairchild & Pease at our 
woe quarters. aprl2;d&wlm 



Notice to Creditors 



Miiiiie.sota State University. 



The State Legislature, at its late session, anthorized 
the Regents of the Minnesota State University to at- 
tempt a comproroisft ol the indebtedness of that cor- 
poration by the conveyance of Undi granted by Con 
gress for its b nefit. 

All persons having claims of any kind against the 
University will please communicate them immediately 
in writing to the undersigned, stating the character 
of the claims, their amount, how secured, and every- 
thing calculated to facilitate such an adjustment as 
is proposed. 

Per order of the Board of Regents. 

URIAH THOMAS, SeoreUry. 

St Anthony, April 2, IMl. »prll:2w 



Great Western Rail- 
way Company's 

EXPRESS FREIGHT LINK, 

ria 

liieal Western iV.Y. Onii;.: 

JJ\'H t OJVJS-KCTI.ViJ ROJIts, 

TO AND FROM 

East and "W^est, 

Contrfdled and operated by ibe liouti 

t'ormiDg the line, and to which 

the attention of Shippers 

is invited. 



liUOTS & SHOIX 
JUST RECEIVEbr 



Furglht Trantportation uf Lif Stocli, 

thin Rout* utrtrn unequaltni laeiU- 

titu, at reg-artlt Storlc, t^art. 

Wards, Time, <lr.° 



Freight forwarded at Lowest 
Rates and with Dispatch. 

In the shipment of Goods by rail, all insurance is saved. 



MARK PACKAGES ' O. W. R 



Tbre*; Express Passen.er Trains leave Chicago i.,u. 
Detroit daily for Buffalo, New York, Boston aud Mon- 
treal, Quebec, Portland, 4c., &o., with Sleeping Cars 
on all night trains. 

>«^ Tickets via GREAT WESIERN 'UILWAV ' .-. 
sale in ail Ticket Offices. 

Gene.al Freighl and Jicket Offices. 



21 State Street, 

BoKlon, 

0. KIMBALL, ....Agent 



Si 7 3 Broadway, 

vV«»c Work, 

E. P. REACH, ....\geiit. 

JUUUS MOYlC.-<, Gen'l Ag't, Biifia .. 
C.J. BRYDGMS, Mauagiug Director, Hamilton. 
A. WALLINGFORD, 
^»iW Chicago and Western A^enU 



j^j WB R p 001. jj^n L,ojvno,y 

FIRB AND LIFE LVSUBANCF CO. 



Capital and Reserved Fund over $(j,OUO,UUO 

juOSSES PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 
Without Bixty days' notice. 

L I F Iii INSURANCE 

EOncted ou liberal terms. Policies assignable by en- 
dorsement without permission of the Company. 
Sh;*eholders personally responsible for engagements 
of the Company, 



Virectnrs and Stockholders . 

New York. 
JaLies Brow^n, Esq., 
Francis Cotteiiet, Esq., 
Bfcury Grinnell, Esq., 
Alf-ed Pell, Esq , 
Alex. Hamilton, ,lr., Es'i., 
E. ;i. Archibald, Esq., 
And others . 

THOMPSON' BROTHERS. 
sop29 Agents for St Paul and vinciai!) 



Reference! in New York 

city. 
Duucan, Sherman & Co., 
Alex. T. Stewart & Co. , 
Grinnell, Minium & Co , 
B. Ij. fl A. Stewart, 
0. W. & J. T. Moore & Co., 
D. Appleton .\: Co . 



Michigan Central Raili-oad 

GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 

To New York, New England and the 
Canadas. 

On and after SUNDAY, .Nov 3d, 1861, trains leave 
the (ireat Central Union Depot, foot of Lake street, as 
follows : 

6.00 a. •».— Daily Express (except Sunday )arriv..,s 
at Detroit 6 p. m., Suspension Bridge 
at 4.05 ^. m., Albany 4:15 a. m., .V.-sr 
9:50 P. M., Boston 12:20 A. M 

6.30 p. m— Night Express (except Saturday) , ar- 
rive at Detroit al 6«5 a. m.. Suspen- 
sion Bridge 5:26, Albany 6:15 am.. 
New York l.' m. , Boston 4:30 H M 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroail, leave Chicago 

at tl A. M. o all train ; 8:30 p. m. Fast Express ; arrive 

in Chicago at 7:00 A. M. Fast Espress, and II r m. 

Night Mail Train. 

The 8:30 P. M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

$i.iI<ISBi;RT'S PATENT DI7STEUS 

Are Run on Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on NtgfU Trams. 

49-Bag£aeo Checked Tfaroa^b.-^* 



_ •Thr)Ugh tickets for sale in all Principal Raiaoad 
Offices in the We8t,at the General Office, comer Lake 
an^ Dearborn streets, (under t.he Tremont House,) 
Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. N. RICK, General Superintendent. 
,1. W. SMITH, Western Passenger Agent. myH3 

SEWING MACHINES. 



W H KKJL.KR 

SK WMJVei 




■.^R!fe;==_ - 



& WILSON'S 

MACHIJVKS, 

Best in use, 
nawLT improiMd, 
at New York 
prices. From 
$46 to $100— 
freight added.— 
lostructioas giv- 
en, machines put 
lu order, and all 
sizes of needed. 



For sale by 

Eif;hth street, w Blocks 

St. Paul- 



R. T. HOLTERHOFF, 
east of International Hotel 
oct]6-6r.i 



pp. W. NICHOLS. 
Geiieral Insui'ance Ag^eiit. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Isaiied on favorable terma, in the most reliable Com- 
pacies. 

OFFICE AT GEORGE LTITLS'S BOOK STfJRE, 
ji tn26dly Third street, St. Paul Minn. 

mm MM.jLrjyrKRW Ji j\- n 
DRESS MAKINGh 

MRS. R. H. HAYNES, 

Ha'ving had a long and extensive experience in Milli- 
nery and Dress Making, calls *he attention of the ladies 
of St. Paul and v cinity, to her room in Watson's 
Boto-ding House, on Robert street, between Fourth 
and Fifth streets, where she has comramenced 

BONNET, DRESS, AND CLOAK MAKING, 

In :tll their varied forms and fiashionus, and solicits a 
share of the pnbiie patronage. 

She will cut patterns to tit the form for Basques wr 
Drt«8e8— alvo make to order silk or velvet 

BONNETS or HATS, 

In the most approved styles. 
All work warranted to give satis&otion. deoSStf. 

FURS^ FURS TfURS ! 
C. J. KOVITZ, 

IVtaiinfactarer of Fine Furs, 

AJLL DBWntiraOHl AlTD BTIBT 8TTLB, 

8<l: uraKBT, Ck>ncert Ball Biook. VT. PAtJl, 
jMlTdly. 



BOmO OMSHOBS 

CHILDREN'S: 
Um^L. JnOM.lLiSy 

MISSKS' AND CHJLDRENS' 

SjN^OA\r BOOTS. 
VV M.J. SMITH & (^O. 



.St. Pai l, n«c. 27,1861. 



nov8:lT. 



g^R.ijyil HJWKJV BOVTK. 

This is 96 miles the shorte-st as well as the chea;ie..ii 
and most comfortable route to all i'ointa iu the Kast- 
em States or Canadas. . 

It is an all r;;il route except the distance of 86 mile I 
from MiUoaukee to Grand Haven, which is performel j 
..ncueol the splendid Ocean Steamships ol the iinr j 
io ix hours. This change Iroui Lhe h»t and dustv j 
Railroad Cars to the airy and splendid cabins ol : '/ | 
.steamships, where you are furnished with stateriHiiu, 
free nf charge, relieves much the tedium of a journey 

fUeamshipa leave Milwa^ikee momirtg arul evening 00 j 
the arrival of trains fruui the West, connecting at 
Gi-icd Haven with Expr -ss trains of the Detroit ana 
Milwaukee. Railroad for all points F.a.,t. By this 
roi.te the /ar^ ii- a." Jouj, lime quicker, Connections as 
sure as tA) any lint, and you avoid tin. uncertai.:ty 
and delay ot cli.inging cars, and nearly two mile.. 
Onjiibus travel to which Passengers via Chicago are 
Huliject. 

Tickets via Prairie du Chien or La Crosse to be had 
at principal ticket offices. 

i. H. WniTMA.v, Gen'l '.Teet'n Agent Milwaukee 

W. K. MriK, Sup't, Detroit. je-2-2 



JOHN THORWARTH, 

R0O-> .V .SHOE MANUFACIXRKI- , THIRD STRK.KT, 

BETWEK-M ROBERT AN! JACKSON, 

St Paul, Mine. 

Keep:, constantly on hand and makes to order 

BOOTS &c S]^OES. 

Which are warranted to do as good service, and of as 
gooil style and workmanship as if made to order. 

STEEL SHAIfKS FOB Sj? WED BOO'lS, 

The arst introduced in this city, uill be put in when 
ordered. This makes the hoot stronger and more du- 
rable, ami is lighter and fits neater. 

R E P A I R I N O 

IKine on the shortes notice— anu n goo and neat 
style, 

JOHN THORWORTH. 

8'. "r.i!, iVc 7,1R61— decTdly. 



OIL AND LAMPS. 



PRIC ES OF 

Ca bon Oil E^educed ! 



Wo are selling CARBON OIL 

For 45 Cents per Gallon. 

Our best FIFTY CENTS per gallon. 

Lamj)^ cheaper than ever. Nice Marble base Lamps 
from 76 cent> up, and handled Lamps for 35 cents. 

E. &H. Y BELL, 

Near Winslow House, Third street. 
Si . Paul , April 5th , 1862. aprS 

Superior Carbon Oil 

On consignment, for sale at 

40 CKNTS PER OALLON. 
NICOLS & DEAN. 

fftbS 



OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! 



THE BEST QUALITY OF 

CARSON & KEROSENE OIL 

P'OR SALE BY 

UPHAM & liCOLMES 

AT 

J hirty-flve cts. |M^r Gallon. 

inarGd.tiw: v 



POLLOCK, nojy J Lnsjs'o K otaiiHJs 

l>KAI.KR8 i.\ 

Oliina, Glass and Crocker> 

I • 1. A T E n WARE 

-IRUO V OIL AND LAMPS 
LOOKING «LA.S«BS, 
!-■ W.UiS. i'LALN', Pi.AM.SHED AMi JAPANNED 

Table Cutlery. 

toustantly on hand the most com.ilete as.wrtwent ol 

HOUSE FURNLSHING GOODS 

To be found in the (ify. 
RO jb:rt .strkst, st. PAJI,, MIVN. 

SPll.'/ .t o^ 



FURNITURE! 



JoiiN PRIM rose;. 

Manufacturer and I>et ler in 
CJIB£J\^RT J JV Ml CBJMR 

KUKNITUKE, 

OF EVSBT VARIBTY. 

Ke-ps constantly on hand a compl>»te ansortnient of 

Parlor, 

Chamber, 

Diniag Room 
FURNITURE 

or alt Styltal •'»^ of Sttfl trior Worle- 
maiuhip. 

Most of tiiy Furniture is ol my own manufacture, 
made of thoroughly seasoned material and e<}ual to 
Ih^ i«6st tUore is made in the U. S. A. 

A- .1 :; ■-libie six|>ence is aiways better than a slow 
Hhid:ng, lam determined to sell u very light shade 
abr.ve <: 1st. Everybody is respectfully invited to give 
me a call before purchasing. 

«i- REMEMBER THE PLACE : Stone Building- 
Third Street — above the Bridge, St. Paul, Minn 
j.t;i-2idly 

Leather & Findings, 

SADDLERY HARIWARE AND TOOLS 
LEATHER BELTING. 



KESSL.ER & RICHL, 

TANNERS and CURRIERS, 

Keep coustaatiy on hand, the Largest and 
Most Complete Sto<k of 

IxHtl'.er and Findings, Saddli>Ty Hardware 

and Tools, 

Leather Belting, E!nameled Clo:hs, and Leather, 

4c., &c., bo., *o.. 
All of whicT they ar» now offering at prices to 

Suit the Times 

I'AIitlCULAR AITENIION fAlD TO ORDERS. 

4^CaRh paid for Hide* aiid FnrH..^t 

ly- 

m.\»ricK.—jaLL rmrt covjvtbb- 

• • sijjii.-il uotrs of the I<aruier< Bank, located at 
(jaideo C.>.y,Blae Barth county, Ninnesota, must be 
presented .-it the Office of the Audi or of the State of 
Minnerio'ji.at -'t. Paul, within tvo years from the 
da'e of ihis notice, as the necuri •« deposited with 
him for th" redemption of paid notos will at th it time 
be given up to the owB«r or owners of sai-l Biok ao- 
oordlni: to the Btuiking Law of tlie State of Minoe- 



IL DAWES, 

PreatdADt 



r>ate,i Ap-ll 17, 18M. 

Signed, 

•ep7w'.2>. 



THE BEST OF THE SEASON. 



I hare just r»ceived by Burbank's K> press a very 
^splendid 

BALMORAL BOOT! 

Also a very fine 

Double ;Sole Lasting: Gailer. 

Aul ^o-u,. more Children'* best BALMORAL'^. Thest 
(.oods moiit be seen to be appreciated. 

Samuel Kilpatrick. 



Oppasit* the International Hotel. 



uiarl3-dtr 



EA^LS WQB.KS 

MANUFACTUan^iG COLIPANY 




STEAM E\(ilXLS OR COHERE 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 

PJTKJS'T SVHJR CJ..S'B JUILLS^ 

PATENT STKAM COIL KVAP0R1T0R8 

PAfE.Ni .-^TAMl' MILLS. 
FOR 

PIKES PKAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send f.,r Circulars, with cuts and descripttona , 
Prii'-s. .^(^ Also. 

Saw Mills, Flo tiring Mills 

AND MACHIVEKY OK ALL DKStrRll'TiON , 
T'V) numerous to metjtion. 

CHICAaO, ILLINOIS. 

P W. GATES, Pi-sident. 
_ y. B. Agen ts want ed erervwh er''. mr7-d*-wy 

Merchants' Dispatch 
Fast Freight Line, 

Owned and minage<l by the 

AMERICAN EXPKESS CO. 

ISpkW overcharges settled by J. C. A H. C. Bur- 
bank & Co., Agent.i. 

New York office, l>i Murray s1r«,?t 

Boston office, 69 Wa«htngtx)n street. 
mar26:dly 



J. B. BRADEN, 

WHOLBSALE AID JlIT/IIl DfAKK IV 

Iron, iSTails, Steel, 

HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH COAL, AGRICULTCR- 

AL IMPLEMENTS, &c. 

Keeps constantly on hand all t'^ods in his line Including 

Ktntinerton , f'tlgro IC Stcetdt* Bar Iron, 

Sheet Iron, Plow Steel, Cast. (Jerraan and Blister 

Steel, Springs, Atlesand o-.herfairiageTrinj 

uiing<, Suelf I^^^dwale. S;;. — V in- 

doiv (jI !«:.•■, 'a~h. P-i.irs an-l 

Blinds, Ro(-k I'l.ind »■;. .j ;,„,j 

SAINT PAIL CLIPPER PLOWS, 

All of the l>OKt quality, warranted to give hsti-'action 
All of which will be sdd at the very lowest pnoM 
for cash. 
Warehouse on Third between Minnesota and Cedar 

"treetR, St. P111I, Minn. ^-Vi' 0-lv 

TO THE PROPKIh.l"OK.x OF 

BILLIARD ROOMS. 

Srntl to lleattquartert and Sare frtnn Fivt 

lo Ten per teiil. atitl g-el n llelter ^ir- 

tide of anj/lhiiisr '>• tfie Hilliard 

Line yon tnai/ tcani. 



ilaving received the sole agency of this State for 
til? sale of 

PIIK' AN A COLLE.N'DER'S CnLEBRATED BILLLARD 
TABLES, 

With combioationcushionF, I take this method to in- 
foi m yu tha' I am now prepared In furni-h Billiard 
Ri-oms witli Tables aU'l Fixtures at N'ew York )<rices, 
fri'ght added. Perwons de-irinjr to purcha^'e will be 
furnished by mail with a list of fr.re». 

I am prepared to refurnish and Hi up tHbles with 
ne ,• CI dhs. Balls aud Cues ; aud al.;o on hhortmtice, 
to go to any part ol the State to fit up Rooms, Ta 
bl"S and Fixtures. New Cushion^, Ones, BalW. Cue 
Tips, 4:c kept constantly on hanl. Ball.* returned 
nnd colored. Pleaxe ar>dre«, your orders to 



Hp'>-4iii 



H. G. BROXTN, JR., 

Metropolitan Ha'!, Bridgi. .-Hinar*, St. Paul. 



1862 SPRING TRADE. 1862 

WEBER, WILUAMS HALE. 

JOBBERS, 

3.» UKK STBBKT^ CHICJGO^ 

Are now receiving the LAR<1?:ST and BEST A>«aKT- 
ED STOCK to lie found W. «t ot NVw York, cjmpri*- 
ing many new x'yles of 

HATS, CA.P>S, 



STKA W 



(liOODK. 



PARAS0I5, UM8RKLLAS, and PALM LBAF<.OOT«, 

in.-.lnding .;000 dozen S.TAKK-l H'K)!)? —all oi which 
will be offered at EASTERN PRICES, for ca.«h or ap- 
proved short credit. 

CASU AND SHORT Tl.ME BUYERS 

Prom all sections of thi: West are e!f,jeciall-.- invited 
to examine oar stO'-k belor* baying eltiewbvre. 

ORIIKBH SOLtrWTKn, 

To which prompt per.^onal attention will be girr4i and 
satisfaction guaranteed. 

WEBER, WILLIAMS & YALE, 
marl jini 



MILES & ARMOUR, 

Commission Merchants 

Red Warehouae, foot of East Water «t. , 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Frku B. Milbj. Pgiuf D. Ajtvorc. 



B B F ■ K To 

Thompson Bro4 , Bankers ; Tempi* & Beaupre ; 
E. & H. Y. BeU. 
marlA: dSm 



Tobacc o 

CIGARS, PIPES. SNUFF, Ac. 



F. W . TCOHELT, Tliird Street, cent door to 
Oomb's Book Store, Wholer<al* and Ketai! Dealer in 
Tobacco, Clears, Ate., i>- jusf reoe vii g bis tall and 
winter Btork, :»iid i* prepf.red Ifi BH i.rdert to any ex- 
tent, foi 

FiJyrR IMPORT Ft* CIGARS, 
Missouri. Vircinia aul Kentucky Smoking and Chew- 
ing Tobaoco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to anr in 
the city. ' 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a Urge aaaortment These piiK»« .-.re all 'he go now. 

_._, F. W.TUCfliaT, 

Third street, next do.jr to Oomb'x Boot .•'tore. 
S t Panl . Noj^ W^ p ovUdt y . 

W .» . PR K K^Jji\'jt TTO RJVB WIC^ 

*»• CdCNSKLLTJR AT LAW. Practices io all mT 
Courts of this State and in the UBite-l States Dii^Ttei 
Court. 

Ofii.'ein McChing's Pbtiaix Blorx , (^"rner o» *lbird 
and Waha-haw streela, .•■ t . I'aul, Miooewta. 

All business left witn rae will leuelve jprompt »Bd 
pMiftl kUmtioa. «■■ Mwly^ 



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CiUAVlIS OF THI'. rAL.LKN. 



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BKCOXNOI-^SAXCK AND SKIRMISH. 



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I'lTTSBiiui LAvniNG. Tkxx 

April li'ili, lSl'-\ j 

c> . Sut ilay siftcrnDon 1 idJo uvor the 
baitie ti' it', wliifh ixttiuls over un uroa ot 
f.vci>ty lu'l s. tilt' larlh is plou-jluil up with 
8lioi lind *h« 11 ; Itie trees are ni irlatl witli 
uii;«Ai.'t la^'s; i'l Si">ine ii.«t!Ji.c.'S I I'ouiul as 
in my as lilty imbetiilf.l in n sini;le iric a 
foot in dianuter ; cavtriil:;i' box- s, liavir- 
FaeiJ-, d-'tliiigaiul jiunsure strtwii ull t.ver 
th- titfH, uiul I'vcrythin;; brars abundant 
t>tiii.^nvt> tin- t' irible strit- wau' I'S on 
la .sj d,e:idful days vi April. In tlu- h-l- 
lows. and si reams, and fiitafgicd in llv^ 
don>^ uiideibrn^h are many o! tbo rebel 
d.' id '.tiiiiii' ill lUt- li<it san. 

(jioner.dlJriiit ivporis to G.iv.'riv^r Yalcs 
f.ia: lti> »fi t-iils liave bur;eJ over four ihou« 
sand b->di' s of ibe slain 1 There is no 
d lubt Ibat the rtlxU kst imrc in killed 
liian we Cu\, for our men lired to kill and 
th ir-< to wounJ, and both carried out thoir 
or ii-rs to a Irtter. If any one ha3 doubts 
w- -th r ihf bjlt'e of Monday us a deiVut 
M the en iny. one plaiice at the field trjm 
Viliieh thi'V were driven and the horrors it 
pres niea.'will sitlle the question. They 
r m and *' ran well for a stuson," until far 
witinn tlit-ir lines, but to do them jus'.ice, 
il wus not until th< y had foutrht w* II. 

\\'e have a'ready ooll'cted ten ihou-and 
v^f-Atil ol arms, a l w of theui of the (Id 
flint lock patUTO. bu' mostly ot good qual- 
ity ''"d tEFetive. 



necticut, forty-two years of age, was a i 
raenibev of the Convention whieh framed | 
the Couslitution of the State, and for sever- , 
al yeavs a leadii.j» membLr of the Stale 
Senate. At the time ot bis death he was 
innai^ed in the iiunnne objt'i't ef minist r- 
ini to the woundeil ai. I'lttsbuiir Landinjj, 
ha'vinjr taken with him an immense amount 
..f ho.-pital stores, donated, at his sugirt'S- 
lion, bv the ciliiS ot Mibvaukee. Madison 
anl'jane,ville. His sneeexsor is Lieuten- 
ant liovernor Kdward Salomon, of Mil- 
waukee 



TAX SALES. 



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ST. I.OIJIS COUNTY 



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De imiuent for Uses fur the ycai • ISJO.lSi OanJlSO'i 
FON DO LAC TOWNSUIP. 



TAX SALLS. 



OA.ni' lUVKK TO WNSllir— (Continued.) 



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CUUKENCY AND KXCHANCK QUOTA- 
TIONS OF TUOMI'SOX BUO'S BWliBllS. AND DKAL- 
KHS IX KXCUAMiK, I.A.ND WAUllAXTS. AC 

St. i'Av;L, April "JS, 1862. 
B A N K A II L K K U N D S . 
K«w York, N'"w Kn^land, 

■ ui.io, iicliis-iin, 

low,'. I'hilailelpbiA, 

Indiana, N>w J"!'""*-)', 

Wiiiona County Bsak. PittsburnU, 

Kani^ey Co. KudorseJ ricrlp, WisciOMU. 
U. S. i">-!mana Xot^", Cun.iaa. 

United States 6 per cent, two years Notes 
O.irang & SctnlTer's Laa<ir<cii ;<?iip. 
EICHAVGK R.VTtS. 

Selling tor. Prenmsm 

Bankable Funds ^ 1 ii per ct prm 

E..t.:n %perctprm 

Treti^ary Notes SprctK-. 

Aujbrijan Gold. >ipercta«. 

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(BVCCICaSOR TO BKAUMOKT h UoBDAN.) 

OROCER 



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NEW GROCERY HOUSE IN ST. PAUL. 



THE .NOKTHEIIN LINE l&bZ spring trade 



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H'l i.buiidaTice of the most approvid and 
modern p .tlerns, and are by i,o mean^ ig- 
n i.'-a: t «jl ll'oir use. 

<ieM. Hulkck has his quarters half a 
mi! ' ironi -.t.e Laniini?, in a large t -nt. He 
i.-; 'ooki'iu' well, llis army is in cvcclk iit 
gpints. and ( ven t!ie reg;menta that had 
s"aB'.re<l most ate not demoializ :d but eairer 
I ) meet III enemy ugain. 

O !'• ihiu:: is cirtaiii, no considerable ad- 
v.mee can h-.' made until the dryimi ot the 
roa is. At present they are iinpjis>ab!e for 
ami. TV A laily lias just arriv d at Sa 
va:)Luh i'rom Corin'h with da'es to the loth 
m-t. She reports that tiio rebels considered 
t'l- battle of Sumi ly and Monday last, as a 
bril i int vji-tory f >r the eoalederate arm-. 
TiV'V had d. monstrat'-d the ability of their 
trimp.s to drive otf the fiderals. and eliarao- 
teri'/; d the dis'Traeifiil rout of Sunday as 
fqa d to the IJull Run panic They say 
tha' \\v only circtims'unc} that saved our 
1">:0K^ lroin"u''ef amiihiiation was the op- 
portune ar^ iva! of Gen. Bucli's forces. 

Th'. iiit.ili^'en.'e was lei graphed to 
Soattiern p ipes and caused universal joy 
throiisjhout the entire Confederacy. Since 
ta-- *• .vaeujtio,! '" ofth-ir po-iion at Pitt.s- 
buri.', tla'V have di igently lortitied Corinth, 
du'/iitle 'p t , liirorn up nbattis of tr'KSlo 
i::rixde the prL-grrSS of Ke !• ral infantry and 
civairy, and plmtwl Ivavy guns upcn the 
euili eiiee by which Corinth i-; surrounded, 
«nd are c M.li -etii of succe-s. Our informuiit 
in^^isis thit ilie fiioiny's force at Corititii 
number-i f tdy 170 OUO in' n, and are conti- 
nent of running the '• damned Yankees ' 
from TeriU'A'^'' e. 

CiAjit. Midl-OM, of Clark county, Illinois 
siege battery, is enlitied to the honor ol 
kill tig tae reb-'l Generd Johnston. A 
=hi!l fr on his 64:-pounder e.xploded in the 
front < 'fa tree n^ar whioii he was standing, 
u!ui killed him and si.v ol his stall. 

O ir l.-aders h'xve been consid.rabiy i?.x- 
erciscd co:i .ern ny; the wiiercaboats of the 
divisiiin of ihe army uoiier CJen. Mitelr II. 
He has bet-n heuid fiom at Juka, Missis 
sioni. It wiil be recollectid tha* he left 



;NKW YOUK in.4UKET. 

(Uy Teleiiraph.) 

New York, April 25. 
piour— Market without decided change. 
Wheat— Quiet, rather more oll'enns?. 

" KETAIL. riilCES. 

St. Paul, April -iS, IWi. 
Bkans— White, 1.00(gl.'25 cents |i bushel. 
BuTTBR— Firkin, :j<tbat(ilO. Country, m rolls 

C.\NDLK.s-Tanow, m'd, ^ ft 11@12. Star 
1S(!.<,20. Adamantine, 20. Sperm, 40@50. 
Cakbos Oil — Best quality .50c. 
CuEKSK— W. R. 1^ lb 11. Hamburg 12. 
CoFtEK— Rio, '^ lb Prime 25. Laguayra, 
25Tt'23. Java, 30(<J33. Mocha, 80@33. 
Egos— Three dozen for 25c. 
l'"ReiTS— Apples, green, '^ bbl. |3 75@4 25 ; 
dried, +< lb 10c. Cranberries ^ bushel 90(3, 
f 1. Peaches, dry, ^ lb 12>,;c. 

Flour— Superfine '^ bbl. |3 50 Lxtra|4 2o 
@4 50. 
Meal— Corn "^sack, |1 15@|1 25. 
.Molassks— Plautation, f( gall., 50c. Sugar 
house. 60c. Golden Syrup, 75c. Stuart's xx 
90(^|;100. 

Lard— Per lb 7@8c. 
Omo^s. — Per bushel, 40c. 
Potatoes— Per bushel, 25tg30. 
Poultry— Chickens, ^ pr lb. 10c; Tur- 
kevs pr lb. l'ic>^.c 
kicE— Per lb, lu@ll. 

SuGAR-Brown, ^ lb 10c. Refined 000, 
12(S13. Ketined, O&OO, 12i^@13. Powder.'d, 
12. Crushed, 123^^14. Cut loal', 12>.i@13 
Me.vts— smoked, ilains Sugar cured 10c, plain 
8c, Shoulders 5(V|ii, Clear Sides 7@8. Meats 
Cut— Beef Surloin and Porter Hou.se steak.s 
and roasts 8(^10c, Round tic, and othur cuts 3 
a5, Pork— Steaks and Choice Roast, 6; cuts 
4'i5. Mutton, Lamb and Veal. 14. 

Teas— Youa<; Hvson and Imperial $1.00® 
11.25; Ooloug 60i^|1.25. 



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nn qr of se qr 

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PAUL.. 



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A FINE NEW BUGGY, 

ONE HORSE WAGON 

AND TWO HORSES. 
aiarStJ NICOL.S & UKAAI. 

"wTjTL n o t b k k a k . 
The Mica CMmneys 

Will not break. Sole agents for St. Paul, 



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KKOKUK, DAVKNPOR'iMlUBUQUE, ' 

S'I\ I'AUL AND STILLWATER. , 

Oil the opening of uuvigation, ! 

'HIE NORTHERN LINE PACKK'rK 

Will resume their legolar trips to l<t. Paul and inter- 
luediale ports, 

LEAVING S'l' LOUJS 

Every Tuesday, Thursday at.d Saturday eves 
nings, at 4 o'cljck. 

In consequence of the gmersl depression o( bu«i 
ness, the Noilhein Line Packet Coiupaiiy will only 
run three b^iats per week to St. P;vul. 



E. & H. Y. 



St. Paul, Feb. 23th. 1862. 



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.Saduoii River Gold Mines. 

IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 

Tlie sub.scriber proposes ti start for the Salmon 
River (iol •, Mines, between the first and sixth of May, 
ovi^rlan'., and will provide transportation and provi.s- 
ion-: lo all pers ns who will io:n his conijiany lirSl-.T 
lor each person. A i^eposit of *.;5 must b-- paid on or 
tx-fure th'^ lifieenth of April, to .secure a passage. 

Applica'ion to be made to the nnders gned at his 
offici> oa Fourth street, opposite the City Halt Square, 
St. Paul, Minn 

MILKS WA^'T: D.— 10 pair first class MULES want- 
ed, for wbicti oa«h will be paid on delivery. 

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:ppi. 

Nas iville i>nd proceeded .southward by way 
ot Mur.r.^'sb^ro, af the same time that 
Bue I -ita'ted across the ciuntiy from Nash- 
vii.et> Coluinbia and l'iit.-b irg. Nothing 
wa^ heard of him for sevcial weeks, outside 
ol military at Itast. 

Yc'tent^iy irii>,Hi2«nce was broiniht that 
he ha I uinve 1 at iJecalur, at t lie head of 
Muscle Shoals, forty-lour miles by railroad 
abov.' Tu-!' umbo, where there is a bridge 
acro.»«s the T^'iinessee river, used by the 
Memphis u' d Charleston raiircad. Cross- 
imi this brivlge lo the western t^ide of the 
river with his diviion, ht burned the brid<,'e 
and thus desroyed the eommunicalion with 
Virginia, whence the rebels have tor weeks 
past broiight immense supplies and large 
numbers (if tro 'ps. The bridge acro-s Bear 
Creek had b;tii previously destroyed by 
4hP gunboats L'.\ingtoi and Tyler, and a 
a detachm nt o! tro.ps from thi-s post, but 
the bieiikiiig "If of the communication was 
u'.-.-e^-aiily but ternpt-rary, as the stream 
was comparatively an in-igniticant one, and 
could be eu.-:ly spanned by a temporary 
striiCluri , or if neeessary, fu-ded. 

Ueo. .Mite! ell, to make hi.s work"dto::;i'^th 
er . fl^ctuid. has torn up iho railroad tra<k 
as f..r as -Juka, which is t wen'y miles east of 
C'>rmth, near the AlaOama line. From 
Decatur he proceeded to Florence and de- 
8tr"\ed th" raih-ad bridgi- thtre. The 
wrc<-k li tH bf'en U.^atoig down the Tcntiessee 
for twenty luur hours, furnishing incontes- 
tililc evidence of the thoroughness of its 
dc'^roc'i"n. 

Uen. Smith, (Paducah Sna'th,) is in cora- 
ma'idolthc post at Savannah. He has 
be-: n on the sick Tbt (or some time, and 
uD'il q lite recently, has been considered 
conviiiesi- i;t I utid'Tstand to-day that his 
disea.so has taken an unfavorable turn, and 
that fears are entertained for ids recoverj. 
'i'i;e wound' d are dying at Savannah at 
the rate ol i i;;ht or ten a d ly. 

DUOW.N'ENG UF C;OVERNOR JBAR- 
VE¥. 

A .cfi' cial di.«patcl! to the Chicago Tri- 
6u«c, dated at Paducab, Kentucky, April 
21 ^t, .'^ays: 

The gallant, noble-hearted Governor of 
Wi cousin, Harvey, was drowned on Sat- 
urd ly « veninir la»t at Savannah, whither ho 
had ^s' n'" on a uiis.-ii^n of humanity to look 
afo r tt'.e Wisconsin dead and wounded. 
Widlo i-tcpping irom the Dacotah to the 
Minrirhi'hi, lying alongside, he mi-sfd his 
felting, fli iv'tween the ^>oats, and was 
carried out of sisrht blmnst instantaneously. 
A surgeon who arcumpanied him plunged 
into the stream, and in his tnleavors to 
resfjut' the Governor, himself ju.-t escaped a 
Wall ry srrave. The body was recovered 
early Sunday morning, and will be for- 
wan'ied to (.'h'cago on Tai.rduy morning, 
arriving at 9:;>(l p. .v. 

Governor llarviy by his urbanity of 
manner and the kindly sympathies of his 
heart, everywhere expressed and exhibited 
towaids the .'-utfring and wound"d soldiers 
from liis own Sia'c and cl-ewhere, had 
eudenr-d himself to i^U with whom he came 
in contact, and great is the sorrow lelt at 
his nn jm« ly docia-'e. 

Th« MusiHchnan arrived la'»t evening- from 
above, bringing the b.idy, out no later in* 
ttl i>'eiice from the armies. 
lb (fc< .!»fl)(»a'«i Frtii: 

M AOi^ON, Wiseonsin, April 21.— The Kx- 
ecalive Depait.nent rtceived tins morning 
tbe^artimg announcement of the death of 
Govrrror Louis P. Harvey, drowned at 
Sttvamth, T. nne~.«ee, on Saturday night. 
The St :te offices were clopid for the day, 
and flags lowered at half-mas'. 

Governor Harvey was a native of Con- 



F. KNAUFT, 

Corner of Seventh and Olive streAs. 

ll.\S l:« .fDOlTIO."* TO UH >BW AND FC7LL STOCK OF 

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS 

A complete assortment c f 

Queensware, Lamps, &c. 

.All if whicii willbesold at the lowest possible rate*. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and readj 
for u'ie. Those who have Hay, Grain or Live Stock 
or pa!e, can save money by getting it weigh-d. 
an-lO <.h-2S1v 



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nw qr 

lot a aud w hf of sw qr and ne qr of sw qr 13 
w hf ot ne qr and ne qr of nw qr and te qr 

of nw qr 

\v hf of se qr and e hf ol sw qr 

w hi of nw qr s-c 14 e hf of ne qr... 
w hfof swqr sec 14 and e hi of se qr 

w 111 of se qr and whf of ne qr 

w hf of ni' qr of ee qr 

se qr • I se qr 

uw qr 

i-e qr 

ne qr 

s qr 

n hf ( f whf of Be qr 

neqr of neqr 

e lif of se qr of se qr of se qr 



50 13 



s hf of ne qr 3t .. 

se fractii'nal qr 10 .. 11 

ehfofnwqr 11 .. 

lotl 15 .. .. 

nw qr of nw or, lot 2, sec 15, n hf of ne qr.l6 . . . . 

lotl 31 .. :. 

lots5aud6 31 .. .. 

^e qr 13 51 13 

shfofswqr 13 .. 

>!e qr 12 .. 

nhfofnwqr 24 .. 

nhfif neqr 24 .. 

s hfof neqr 26 .. 

lot 3 and sw qr of 8W qr 26 .. 

LI-T < F TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Fond du Lac, St Louis 
c unty , State ol Minnesota, for the tax of A.D. 1859, 
1860 and 1801. 

From lot 22 to 180 on First street. 
From lot 21 to ISO on Second street. 
From lot 21 lo IfeO on Third street. 
From lot ^1 to ISO on Fourth street. 
Frjm lot 21 to ISO on Filth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Sixth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Seventh street. 
Froii; lot 21 to IHO on Eighth street. 
From lot 21 to ISO on Ninth street. 
From lot 74 to ISO on Itasca street. 
From lot 88 to 180 on Cass street. 
From lot 101 to 180 on Huron street. 
From lot 102 to ISO on Erie street. 
From lot 109 to If'O on Pembina street. 
From lot 119 to ISO on Ontario street. 
From lot 122 to 174 on Winnipeg .street 
From lot 1 to 160 on Water street. 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Rice's Point, St. Louis 
county, State of Minnesota, lor the tax of A.D. 
1859,1860 and 18C1. 

Fr. m It 144 to 340, also 41 100 acres, on First street. 

From lot K to SiiO, also 58-100 acres on Second st. 

From lot 54 to 2»2, also 61-1(10 acres on Third st. 

From lot 20 to 360, aUo 6(i-10J acres on F lurth st. 

Fr- lu lot 2.1 to 3f Oj also31 100 acres on Fifth st. 

From lot 37 to -10 J, on Sixth st. 

From lot 2'.)5 to 400 on Seventh st. 

From lot 401 to 431 on Eighth st. 

LIST OF LOTS 
Delinquent in P. rtland town sitfl, in the village of 
I) liitl!, in Saint Louis county, S?tate ot Minnesota, 
f.r the tax ot A D. 1859, IStO and 1801. 



Just received, a new supply of " no chimney " 
BURNERS, suiUble for burning 

CARBON OIL IN LANTERNS. 

They are a great saving of expense, and give twice 
tie amount of light that the old oil lamps give. 
E. & H. Y. BELL, 
St. Paul, March 6. Near Winslow House. 



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THE NORTHERN LINE Pi.CKET COMP'Y 

Will alho run to Dubuque a line of packets, 

Jjtacing St. iouit tvery Mttndny, Wttl- 
tieuday and Friday al 4 o^cloek, P.M. 

Thus making a daily line as ar a-* Dubuque. 

The Packets will leave from the Northern Line Wharl 
Boat, at the foot of Washington Avenue. 

THOMAS B. RHODES, 

President . 

Borup & Cb.amplin, 

apr4-7ra Agents, St. Paul. 



COOLEY. TOWER & CO., 



Branch of Co<dey & Tower, (formerly Livermore h 
Oo'.li'y) f^ULouiu, e.stahlished 1843. 



WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AMD 
COiri.TIIVilON .TLERCHANTS, 

\\m\m OF num mm, mjts, viniis. 

LIQUORS, CIGARS, &.C. 

JACKSON ST. (bet. Levee &Third)ST. PAUL 



TERMS CASH 



Notice is hereby given that the p.irtuership hereto- 
fore existing between the sub.scr!h.'r.s under the style 
t.f Sanborn & Lund is this day dissolved by mutual 
consent, 

Dated St. Paul, March 27, 18C2 

JOHN B.SANBORN, 
CHAHLl!>^ C. LUND. 

The business of the late firm of Siuborn 4: Lund 
will be adjusted and clostJ- out by the suljscriber at 
-he office of Horn & Gahisha, and all p.rsoos indebt- 
ed to ssid firm are requested to call nnd make imme- 
diate payment 

St. Paul, March 27, 1862. 

mar20:6w CHAS. C. LUi<fD. 



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WUOLKSALB 1>EAI.ER I.S 

Foreign Wines & Liquors, 

OLD BOURBON AND RfE WHISKEY. : 

Ayu MOSIREAL MALI WHISKEY. 

I find that the inipressior prevails that pure 
Foreign Wines and Brandy ca unol be obtained in 
St. Paul. I wish to assure the citizen-, and oth- 
ers that hey can safely rely upon gettioK pure, 
unadulterated Wines, Brandies and Gin h-om me, 
eoual to any imported. 

W. W. WEBB. 

I Also, I^ndon Porter, Scotch .kle, Scotch tVlii-'key. 



C'OOLiKY, TOW£H & CO. 

InTite the attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS, and 
all desirujg GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES to their 

LARGE & WELL ASSORTED STOCK 

To which liberal additioas will be made upon th« 
openit}g of navigation. 

Our connections with St. Louia and the E&«t will 
enable us to 



KING & CO., 



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An educated gentleman from Boston, Mass., de- 
sires work. He will be glad of a clerkship in a Store 
or Hotel; or will accept any position where the brain 
is not overUsked and the body may have healthy ex- 
ercise. Undoubted references. Address, for on- 
month, CLAREN'CK BUILER, Daily Press Office, St. 
Paul. *Pr2 

Or. IP. I^E^BO D^ 

Wholesale Dealer in Imported and Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Third Street, Between Jaekson and Robert Stn-ets 
t. Paul, Mini.esota. 



DSALIiKS IN' 



DUPLICATE ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO 
MILWAUKEE PRICFS, 



OR 



Withoat, in many caMes, adding to corer dlflei^nce in 
coet of tranii|>oriaticn. 



FRESH MEATS, PODLTRY & GAME 

of all kinds and in any quantity. 



Persons wishing CHOICE LOTS of the best kind, 
and at the lowest price, can iilways find everything 
in the Fresh Meat line at 

KINO & CO.'S 

Well known sto'e on Wabasl aw stieet, near Fifth. 
Tliose who like good living ehould give us a call, as 
we al^vavs keeo a choice lot on hand. feli9-dl y 



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o a T ojs' »n na T .n.a r Kn t 

Comer Sixth and Jackson sts. 

EDDY & HOLGATE 

Would respcctfuUy inform their old irien Is and cus- 
tomers tint 'aving purcha.sed the Interest of Mr 
Broome iathe BoHton Meat Mnrkot, they will always 
he on hiud lo furnish ('hoica Cuts oi everything usu- 
ally fount in a first ela"s meat market, and at as low 
a price as the raarkot will alf.i rd ap'<:lm 

Godey for May 

AT 

MERRILL'S. 



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50 13 



60 14 



1 to 74 inclu.sive 


,on 


East Greenlee street 


1 to 74 


ti 


It 


West Greenlee " 


1 to 74 


t( 


it 


East Austin " 


1 to 74 


11 


ti 


West Austin " 


1 to 74 


1 . 


It 


East McAdams " 


1 to 74 


(4 


It 


WestVIc.^dams" 


1 to74 


I. 


it 


Kist Johnson " 


: to 74 


(1 


11 


West Johnson " 


1 to74 


it 


It 


FaKt Drew «' 


1 to74 


t( 


It 


West Drew " 


lto74 


(1 


1. 


liist Diok " 


1 to 74 


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11 


West Dick " 


1 to 74 


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Fast Perry «< 


1 to 74 


11 


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West Perry " 


lto74 


11 


It 


East Clilton •' 


2 to 74 


11 


it 


West Chfton " 


1 to73 


It 


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FASt Chestnut " 


1 to 74 


11 


1. 


We.st Chestnut " 


1 to 6.i 


11 


11 


KstCadwell " 


1 to 74 


11 


11 


WestCadwell " 


1 to 33 


11 


It 


fast Newton *' 


1 to74 


11 


11 


West Newton " 


1 to 13 


11 


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FjiKt Albert 


1 to '.4 


It 


11 


West Albert " 


2 to 74 


it 


It 


Clark " 


'.'0 to 74 


11 


It 


Cailton " 


ot> to 74 


11 


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Post " 


62 to 74 


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Foster " 



Constsntly on hand a full suppty ot 

DOUBLE llECTIFIED, 

AND 

OLD RYE & BOURBON WHISKEYS 

majS.ei 

"~^DUNDAS MILLS' 

CELEBRATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 

For Sale in bbls. or sacks by 

E._& H. Y. BeU, near the Winslow House ; 8. K. Put- 
nam, corner 3d and Market Pts. ; Beaumont & Gor- 
don, corner Sd and Jackson Sts. ; J. B. Shchter, cor- 
ner of 7th and Jackson Sts. 

Warranted the best XX Family Flour offered in this 
market. Orders from Hote'.s, Bakers and others shall 
have prompt attention and immediate delivery. 

roarlS. J S. AFUllIBALn 



For Ten Days Longer 



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j^e qr and ne qr of se qr of se qr 20 



FtsH—cttMtPisu i.jiRtiK Jijyrn .nit- 
Inijn, in lirums and boxes ; family Mackiril Nos 
1 and 2,i!i kil'.s ; Sc^l-xl Hernni?, all in prime condi- 
tion and at low hpures, at 
'*cVi «!rtOl,KV 'rO\VRrt * «o.»«. 



w lif of se qr of swqr. 



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e hfof seqr of «w qr and neqr of w bf of 

20 

21 

21 

-22 

22 



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.23 

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^CHROUHIVS mttUSEUM, 



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My co',l?ction of Birds and Anirasls, 
comprising nearly all the Girds of Minn.'- 
sota, from a Humming Bird to an tiagle, « ill tie rx- 
bibitt-1 at my Museum, corner of Washinifton and 
Fourt'i streets, Mackubin's Building. Admittance 
20 csnts. Children 6 cents. 

N. B.— All kind.s ol Birds for sale an ' stnlTed by 

H. ^HKODIiR 

TEETH ON VULCAN IT!'.. 

JL^ O H tH T R MS JV ti T II, 

■^ beauty, comfort and cleanline.-s , 
unsurpas.ssd. 

Call and see specimeni at the office of 

DR. SIMONTON, 

oet^4 1v Inji-rtoH's Blof^k. Britia*" S<)'«r> 



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R w qr 

ne qr 

se qr 

sw qr of se qr 

nw qr 

sw qr 

lit.'? 

n hf of ne qr 

nw qr and « hf of nw qr 

lots 1 , 2 sec 23 and lot 1 

ne qr of Dw qr and nw qr of neqr.. 

w hf of nw qr and w hfof sw qr and lot6.27 

lots 2 and 3 and se qr of nw qr 27 

fl hf of sw qr 28 

e half of ne qr and se qr 28 

ne qr 29 

nw qr 28 

^ 29 

29 

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30 

31 

31 

32 

32 

33 

83 



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81) qr 

sw qr 

m qr 

nw qr 

nw qr 

ne qr 

sw qr 

ne qr 

unl 111 of ne qr 

nnd 13 acres of ne qr.. 



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THE .MINNESOTA SEWINO MACHINE 
DEPOT 

Has been removed to French's Brick Block, next door 

east of Davenport's Book Store, Third street, St. Paul. 

apr22:tw G. W BABCOCK. Agent. 



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THE FRAME WARE-HOUSE, 

On th' corner of Sibley and Levee streets, except the 
one third thereof, now occupied by K B. & C. Greig. 

Enquire of OLIVER DALRYMPLE, 

! 10:1m 



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BernhofmiT Block, Third street. 



FI/CI^ SUPrtW OF HIBI.KS, 

T.-iiaawnts, ind Stibhatb S'^hool Books, at 

^(TtlHIl.T '>J ^TY> •Of. Thirl JVr*.* 



-MMOTicK OF jnoitrttJinii aaLK 

• » — Whereas default has been made in the condi- 
tions of a certain mortgage made and delivered by 
Lyman r>ay on and Maria B. Dayton, his wile of St. 
Paul. Rini-ey conn y, Minnesota, to William Ci>ombB 
Thomp-in, of Worce»t»r, Worcester county, .Massa- 
chusetts, d»ted th" seventeenth day of December, A . 
D. ISfiO, and recorded in the offlne of Register of Deeds 
of the county of ltams«y and State of Minnesota, on 
the twentieth day of l)^ceraber, A. P. 1860, in IBook 
K, of Mortgages, on paires 234, 2.'55 anii 236, and con- 
veying _in mt rtgage, the southeast quarter (}i) of 
•ection 'thirty t mr (34) in township twentv nine (20) 
north of range twenty two (22) we-t, all in the county 
of Rnm-iey and .State (f Minnesota, which roortgige 
was (ill en to secur- the payment of a certain note for 
fmr hundred and eleven dollars (SHI) ami interest, 
of even date therewith, and th --re is now claimed to 
bedueand is due th»reon, four huudr.-l and PfTi>-iiv 
six and 76 100 dollars (*476 76), and no su:t or t iti- 
ceedioK at law has been instituted to recover the dibt 
s^-O'ired hv said niort,'»(re, nor .mv part thereof, and 
no part if ssid debt has b<-en paid : 

Now thertfore, notice is hereby given that by virtue 
of the power <.f sale contained in saiil nu r gsg'», and 
pursuant to the statute in such ca-e made ami provi. 
ded, the ai^ove described mortgaged premises will be 
sold at pu>ilic auction hy 'he Sheriff <f s»fd Ramsey 
unty, on the 6th day (f June, A D 1862, st tnn 
of the clock in the f jrenoon at the front door cf the 
Court House in St. Paul, in sa'd county, to satisfy 
said mortgaee debt ani legal di'^buisements, 

St. Paul, Minn., April 17th, 1862 

WM. COOMBS TH'JMilSON, Mnrtgagee. 

Wm CuAa. TaoMraoM, Attorney fur mortgagee. 

apl0.6w , 

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uu'l 13 acre-i of ne qr 

und 15 acres of ne qr ..33 .. 

nhfofnwqr 83 •• 

und 52 acres ol neqr 33 .. 

uud 49 16-100 acres of neqr 33 .. .. 

n hf of sw qr and s hf of nw qr and lot 5, 8 

w ([r of pw qr 33 50 14 

parts of lots 2, 3, 4, sec 34 34 

part of lot 4, sec 4 4 

parts of lots 2, 3, 4, sec 33, part of lot 8... 34 

1 t3 34 

part of lot 1 on Minnesota Pt 4 

•eqr 21 

nwqr 32 

nw qr 33 

ne qr of ne qr 33 

se qr "3 

n hf of n wqr and se qr of nw qr 34 

w hf of n wqr and neqr of nw qr 4 

CaRP river TOWNSHIP. 



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6 

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7 

7 

7 

8 

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8 

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w h f of ne qr, ne qr of ne qr 9 

seqr of neqr 9 

se qr 9 

lotl 10 

lot 2 and nwqr ofnw qr 10 

lots 1 aod 2 10 

lot 2, nw qr of ne qr »nd n hf of nw qr 1 < 

neqr J" 

lot 1 17 

"wqr »? 

e ht of se qr ^o 

lots 2 and 3, shf of nwqr 19 

n hf of nw qr 19 

23 

24 

. if l-qr 18 

e !i! of ne o:- 26 



nw ([r 

se iir of nw qr 
w hi of swqr.. 
n bf of ne qr.. 
s hf of ne qr • • 

nw qr 

w hf of se qr.., 
e hi of le qr.. 

nw qr 

se qr 

sw qr 

SW qr 

nw qr 

neqr 

seqr 

sw qr 

ne qr 

nw qr 

w hfof swqr.. 
e hfof sw qr.. 
w hfof se qr.. 
e ht of se qr, 



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Also Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 on Superior street and 
5-7 ou LaKe street. 

IJST OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the villaje of (Upper) Duluth. Saint 
Louiw county. State of Minnesi ta, for taxes for the 
yars 185v), ia60 snd 1S61. 

Fr-mi lot 1 to lot 300 inclusive on Lake Avenue. 

From lot 1 to lot 302 inclusive on MinnesoU Avenue. 

From lot 1 to lot 302 inclusive on St l.ouis Avenue 

From lot 262 to oOJ inclusive on Lake Shore Avenue. 

LlsT OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the village of (I/)wer) Dulutb, Saint 
l.ouis county , Stato of Minnesota, for taxes fcr A.D. 
1859, IStiO and l8t)l. 

F oni lot 1 to lot 400 inclu.'iive on Lake Avenue. 

From lot 1 to lot 400 inclusive on Mmne.sota Avenue. 

From lot 1 to loi 400 inclusive en St. Louis Avenue. 

LI.-T OF BLOCKS AND PIER BLOCKS 

Delinquent in the village of Oneota, St. Louis county, 
SUile of Minuesoto, for taxes, A. U. 1860 and ISbl. 
Blocks 1, 2, 2X, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,10,22, 23, 26, 26. 27,28, 29, 
30, 31, 32, .'W, 34, 35, 3S, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 
4« 47, 49, 50, 51, 5i, 53, 54, fi5, 26, 67, 58, 59, 60, 
61 62, 63, 64, 65, D5ji. 66, 6T, 6«, 69, 70, 71, 7'4, 
73! 74! 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 89, SO, 91, 92, 
9v!>i,93,94, 95, 96. 

Pier Blocks Halifax, Atlantic, Boston, New York, 
Philsdelphia, Pit'sburg, Ontario, Fj-ie, St Mary's, 
Superior, M.rquetle, Oregon, Pacific and Puget. 

CARLTON COUNTY. 



OBacBipnoN. 

B hf of s w qr . • • 

sw qr 

lot6 

lot8l,2. 3and4 

lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 

lots 1, 6 sn! 7, sec 6, lots 1, 2, 3 

lot* 4, 5,6, 7, sec 8, lots 6, 6, 7 and 8 9 

lotsl,2, 8 9 

lot84andse rofneqr 9 

lot land nw qr of nwqr 10 

lots 2,3, and sw qr of ne qr 10 

lots 5 and 6 W 

lotl »3 

8 hfof seqr >^ 

e hf of BW qr 1* 

sw qr se qr and se of sw qr 13 

w hf of ne qr, ne qr of se qr b no qr cf sw,q 13 

lot! \\ 

lots 1» 

ne qr of nw qr and nw qr of ne qr -4 

s hf of ne qr and s hf of nw qr 24 

e hf of nw qrand ehf o'sw qr 31 

w hf of ne qr and nw qr of seqr 31 

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The balance of the stock is selling 

WITHOUT RESERVE 

At Auction Prices. 
The greatest bargains are being given. 
aa-Store and Dwelling House fir rent low. 
iG. SCOTT, 

aprll^w T hird street. 

niSSO£,UTIOJr of P^aBTJVBBSUIP 

Notice is hereby given that tha partnership hereto- 
fore existing between the subscribers known as the 
firm of VROMAN & CROCKETT, is this day dissolved 

by mutual consent. 

H. N. VROMAN, 
N. CROCKETT. 

The business will be carried on at the old stand by 

N. CROCKETT. 
Minneapolis. March g9th. 1862^ apr l2:tniv 2 

BYERS & POLLOCK 

MANLTACTURERS AND DEALERS 
#M Copper, ShetUIrun, and Tin Ik'ar*, 

Opposite the Big Clock, 




. J. B. JSLICHTER, 

Having effected an arrangement with Messrs. COOLEY, 
TOWER & 00. would be happy to aee and eerra hia 
friends in his new position. 

Saint 1 anl. M«rch 6.18fi2 noT21y 

|'r»._50 B.£RttJiI,li IJ\-CI.VI*IJy«l 

h'ard auil Soft Shell Almonds, Filberts, Pecans 
fcc, *.i. C<H»I, Y. T(',w(i^v; .^c no 

"-^ grades, including a few barrels o* the celebrated 
' EupioD <K1 " for Bule low to i-loap at 
COOLKY . TOiyEK & CO.»8. 

CORIiJiUMi—'ZQO COII.S M.ijyiLLJ 
a.'i 1 JiUf B ■|M : P.1'! Cords. Broori Twine. &c,&c, 
al cop y E R TOILER & C O.'S 

C'UFFIili—Xryii BJCItf RIO.iJX'It LJi- 
guayia, prime. 10 pjick'g^Mooh* dn, very choice, 
r^« !»r OOOLKY rOWKR & CO. 

*^.'pic«': iilso -Vutmegs. Ci'Ves, Cah^ia, Ginger, 
Cream Taitar. n«lil ■f.'s-Al^ratiis *c. K<t. at 
C«M» LEY TOUffEK & CO.»8 

^ ed, P.jwdeiei, ^c. for sale at 'o«,-..t niarke' rate* 
by rOO UEY TOWEK A CO. 

HJI.F 
COOLEY TOWER A: CO. 



OF. NEW YORK. 



CASH CAPITAL $100,000 

NEXT SURPLUS 129,000 



DIVIDFADS ON CAPITAL LIMITED BY ITS CHAR 

T1<:R TO 7 PER CE.VT PEP. CENT PER ANNUM 

—THE KNTIRK PBOi-lT.-^ GO TO THE 

POUCY HOLDERS. 



'^ b'xeb family, lo'- ^^ale at l<,«r rs'fs. liy 



*^ about leO sacks of 



prime quality 



market ratef:.at 

roni.RY 'r<»ivR.>c &: 



UJVK 

' D hand at 

CO .'8 



JACKSON ST. 

St. Paol. November 14. 1861. 



...ST. PAUL 
novl4d^wlv 



JOHISr A. STEES, 

MANCFAOTtTRllR AND PKAT.KR IN 

Furniture «Sc Cabiiifl Ware 

Of every rariety of style and pattern. 
Corner 3d and Allnnesota St*. St. Paul. 

4ar All kinds of lumber taken in trade..^(r 
JianSdwly. 



Tliis Society was or?aniied in the year 1869, with » 
cash capital of $100,000 deposited irrevocably with 
tho Insuiance Department cf the State of New York, 
in r. S. bfinds, on which it t.llows but 7 per cent, per 
annum to the stockholders, and the entire profits 01 
the business is shared by the policy holders. The 
nett profit* in two years am>juntti to $129,000, which 
shows an unparalleled success in the history of Life 
Insurance. Its operations ire managed by a Board 
of Directors composed of the ablest business men ol 
the country and its busines? is conducted entirely on 
the cash plan. Dividends to the policy hoWerP will 
ba m.aOe every five years, and no Company in the 
country offers equal advanti.ges to its dealer.= . 

WM. C. ALKXANDKR, Prest. 
Hknkt B. Hvdk V. Pres | t ko. W. j^hhupo, Actuary 

H. S. DURAND, Milwaukee, Gen. Agent, 
W. W. KING, t^tate Agent f ir Minnesota. inrl2y 

,TOHN A. STEES, 
UNDER irAKER, 

C'-RNER THIRD <t MiyNESOTA SIS. SI. J'AUL. 



Wm. lUingworth, 

WATCH MANUFACTURER, 

AM> 

TOWN CLOCK BUILD KR. 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK 
JJCHSOJS' ST., SJilJS'T FJiVIs. 



Having had over thirty years experience in the best 
Watch Factories in England and Amer.ca, he feel* 
himself competent to do anything in his line a little 
Superior lo sny other establishment in the northwest. 

<S^N. B. l'er.-,ous wishing to perfect themselvea 
in the bus nttss will be received under instruction on 
very moi'.eralp terms. Fine work done and Clock and 
Watch Wheels cut for the trade at low rates. mrOy 

St. Paul Vinegar Works, 

NO. 4 sib:.ey street. 




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8 hf of ne qr and n If of 86 qr 

w hf ot ne qr and e ht of nw qr 

n hf of ne qr 

LAKE COUNTY. 

lots 1 , 2, 3, and nw qr of aw qr 25 

lots 1, 2, 3, and sw qr of sw qr .29 

shfofseq and se qr ot sw qr and lot 4. .cO 

ne qr of nw qr and lot 1 31 

swqr of ,?eqr snd se qrof sw qr 2 

nw qr of ne qr and lot 1, se qr of se qr, sec 

2 and lot 1 11 

e ht of ne qr 11 

nwqr \^ 

lots 3 and 4 and w hf se qr 12 

e hfof nw qrand w hfof neqr 17 

neqr of seqr • ....21 

lots 1 and 2, n hf of sw qr, and nw qr of se 

qr 22 

s hi of swqr and sw qr of seqr 22 

s hf ne qrand s hf of nwqr 22 

lot 1 and n ht of nw qr 27 

lots 1,2 and 3 

lots 1 and 2 and se qr of n w qr. . . ... ■ • • -H 

sw qr of nw qr and sw frac qr, sec 11 and 

lotl \\ 

s hf of 8W qr ■' 

seq'' io 

n^q-- ig 

""l"- ,9 

■•q"- in 

sw qr *"' 

nw qr 

nw qr of ne q' and lot 2 

8w qr of se qr 

shf ofne qr andnw qrof neqr.... 



47 18 



64 



68 



65 8 



64 9 



62 
63 



20 
t» 
30 
31 



sw qr 

e hf of BW qr and se qr 



nc q:- . . 



e li r of so q r 

w If of swqr 

swqr 

ne qr 

hf of nwqr 

hf of n w qr 

s hfof Kt» qr 

nhfof-ieqr 

w hf ofsw qr and e hfof swqr.. , 

ne. q r 

8W qr 

se qr 

8 hf of se qr 

8W qr 

n hfof se 1 



iqr. 



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..26 
.26 
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s I f of nw qr ^' 

lots 1 , 2 and 3, and w ht of «w qr .31 

neqr of sw qr, sec 31 •■ nd nw qr ofsw qr and 
lotsSand 4 



FIRST CLASS LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 

On Summit Avenue, near St. Pant Fsniale Seminary, 
in the best repair. Lot 80 by 175 feet. Enquire of 
Maltbv, We bb & Co.. In Concert Hall. aprl8:m* 

R E O U L A R 

Minnesota River Packet. 

The steamer JEAWWETTE ROB_ 
EKTS will run regularly during the 
season of navigation to New Ulm, and 
all intermediate points. 
For freight or passage apply on bonrd. 
aprl7:3m 



?ole agent f )r M«tallio Bi.rial Cases snd Caskets. 
jan6dSwly 

■*>€ jnji.yLivs sJUiTirs 

Superior Wilting Fluid 

Has been before the public lor three years, and wher- 
ever ufed, is pronounced l'"4UAL if not superior to 
any imported ink. 

The poblisher of the Ne-a- York Independent, upon 
ord-ring a quantity, savs — ■' We find aft*>r giving it 
a fair trial thst it is the BEST INK we have ever ust d .' ' 

This Ink has been thorongh'y tested and is now 
used by Bankers and otheri thronghont the country. 

For sale by • D. D. MERRILL, i-t. Paul. 

46^ Dealers will address 

SMITH & BROWN WELL, 

apr3 ManufHctnrcrs, Maolius. N. Y. 




JBl 



O.t R If I J\' « U O V SK 



NEISON ROBKRTS, Master. 



READY 



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It 



FURNISHED. 



32 



■mmoiicK MH 

•» that 



BKRFBV GIVB.yr 

t The whole of the several tracts and town 
lots in said list contained, or so much thereof as will 
be nece-sary to piy the tax«s and penal y charg.»d 
thereon, will be sold at the office of the County 
Treasurer, in the village of DuLuth, county ot Saiat 
I.onis, and Stat," of Minnesota, on the first Monday of 
June, A D 1862, bv the Connty Tre- surer, unlets 
such taxes snd penalty be paid before that Ume. 
IJEWI3 H. MERRBTT, 
County Aoditor, St. Loois eounty, Ifiiin. 
apl9.4w 



Any person having, or who mav shortly have, a 
house already lurnished tn rent, will please apply to 
FAIRCHILD & PEASE, who will find them an appli- 
cant. aprlSlw 

mTn. KELLoaa. 

WHOLISALK AND RKTAII. 

Dealer in Fruits, Toys, 

CONFECTIONERY, &c. 

MAPLE SUGAR, 

»t M. N. KELLOGG.S. 

SWEET CIDER <fc CIDER VINEGAR 

«vTbe finest article of Chewing Tobacco and Pegars. 
^ M. N. KELLOGG'S. 

r»b6-dly 

jqr«ji«jv, iiVJyrii * oJiM^caBJ, 

ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
(Successors to Horn ft Galusha and Sanborn * Lund) 

Saist PArt, M1SNK8OTA, 
Practice in all the Courts of the ^^ate and in the 
Courts of the United States, at Law, m Chancery and 

"ooUrcScarefullyand promptly attended to. 



mb»:li 



jjvn C I » .M R s 



m g n V o R s 

We invite special attention to our large and com; 
plete stock of I.I«,UORS AWD CIUARS, all of 
which we wUl seU under guaranty as to quality, and 
tX BrioM tk*t u« pi^d {or inferior goods. 

OOOHXT, TOWKB * 00. 



MRS ELIZA FERGUSON 

Corner 4th & ^rabasliaw Sl«., 

Has accommodations for 1. frw additional boardirs 
Terms iT)od»r»tt« !%uT1ln 



J. F. BLODaET, 

AVniTOR OF JJ>'OK.g ICOVJrT*, 

Will pay taxes for non-reiidents, and furnish infor- 
mation in relation to landi in Anoka county. 

Any information in relation to deUnquent taxes 
umished free of charge. °'*''^'^-^" 



FIRST ARRIVAL 



OJ 



NEW SPRING- G-OODS 



AT 



Paliuer's Pure Vinegar. 

We would call the attention of all who are inter- 
ested in the manuiacture and sale of F'UKE VINEGAR 
to our stock, manufactured under patent to John 
Palmer. We have on hand a better article of Vinegar 
thn was ever before offered for sale in the northwest, 
which vre are vrepared to s^nd tti any part of the .State 
.It reasonable rates. 

COUNTRY DEALERS 

Who do not buy directly of ur should be partii^ular 
to specify " Palmer's Pure Viueg-.r," when ordering 
from wholesale dealers in St. 1 aul. 

CONSUMERS 

Should in all cases a<k for P.4 LMER'S PURE VINEGAR 

AXD TAKE NO OTHER. 

It is for sale by all the Grocers in the city who detire 
to keep G<HJD AKTiCLES lor sale. Try it, and yon 
will use no other. 

Froiu D. B. Beid, M. n. , F. R. S. E , Practical Chem- 
ist, and author of numerous works on Chemistiy, 
Public Health, Ac. ; 

" I hereby certify, Ihst I have examined the vine- 
gar manuiactured by CO. l^wis A Co. of this city, 
and have found it of excellent quality and free from 
alldeeterious ingredients. D. B. REID." 

"St. I'aulDec. 18,1861.' 

Sold at wholfsal- or retail at our works on Siblev su 

March 31, 1862. C. r. l.KWIS A Co. 

FAlRBAiNKS' 



STANDARD 




SCALES 



N. H. BLUM'S. 

Everything of the most desirable kind in the Dry 
oo<J8 Line i"'* r«ewT»^. C«l and «•<».-€• mSTjlm 



Wanted to Buy. 

Any person who WANTd TO SELL a mixed stock oi 
Dry Goods aod Groceries, or stock of either on rea- 
sonable terms may find a sjife purchaser by addressing 
B. D., Daadas, Minn. 

marl 6:1m 

C. E. Woolsey & Co. 

((Successors to L. D. Wilson,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. ail SOUTH WATKR ST., CHICAGO. 

CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS. 

■l;dfcwly 



OF ALL KINDS'* 

FAIRBAMvS & ORKKNLEA.F 
17a Z.«ilc« Street, CMetigro. 

3old in Saint Paul, bv J. C. A H. C. BCRBANK.. 

iB^ Bnv only tbe s-ennine »20<11v 

INTERNATIONAL HOlKT 

E. C. BEIA>TK, Proprietor. 

CORNER OF TENTH AND JACKSON STREETS 
SAINT PAUL, MINN. 



feb«-d6aj 



New Military Bookst 



Patton's Manual and Form Book— an ezeeedinglf 
valuable book for officers. 

Jomini's Science of War with Maps, translated 
from tho Freuch by Capt. Wendell, U. S. A. 

Army Regulations and C. 8. Infantry Taeties. 

jMt reoeitrvd at KBOUUlJi**. 



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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME IL 



ST. i»AUL, MINNESOTA. SATURDAY APRIL 26 



18(>2. 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 



;:^" Tiii-i paper has a larger Daily, Tri- 
weekly ivnj Weekly circulalluu than any oilier In 
MiiiiieaoU, an I iherefore proieaii Uhiiicements lo ail- 
Teriii^'rs irhich liiey will uoi linil eUewhere. 



L()(^\L AFKAIKS. 

i Ukv. Mu. Bisclik, of Cotia^^'u Giovi , will 
preach in Plyiiioutii Ciiurcii next Smi'lHy, 
luuruiiig atiii evoi.ing. 



ST. PAUL. SATURDAY. APRIL 



:^ SEE FOUHTH PAUE. 

THK MKfVS I HIS .TIOHNING. 

The most important Icature is thi-.t the 
siogi; ol Foil Juck^on, TO iiiilcs below New 
O. loans, bus Ix'ijuii in 2:ood eaira^t. Muk- 
\u% allowaixo for tho partiality ot the rebel 
reports, it is evidmt that Com. Porter's 
mortar fleet is making Fi rt Jackson too 
hot for even Southern fire eaters. If one 
thoui-and .^shells have fallen within the fori, 
and it they are milking repairs " as best 
they can," it is quite certain that they 
will not long hold out. 

From Pitt.-;burg Landing we have reports 
of heavy eannonaiiing having been heard 
Thursday, after the boat that brings the 
news had reached Savannah, eight miles 
from the aiuiy. It is thouglit that a gene- 
ral engagement had been brought on. It 
is not improbable that such is the case, but 
the evidence is not conclusive. Gen. Strong 
flt Cairo does not credit the report. 

Commodore Foote's fleet before Fort 
Wright is doing but little. It must not, 
however, be inferred that measures are not 
prcgrcssing for the redaction of the fort. 
iJeutral Pope and Colonel Bissell are not 
idle, wo warrant, and will be heard from in 
due time. The fertility of resource and 
daring enterprise exhibited by both land 
anc naval forces at Inland Xo. 10 and New 
Madrid, will not be baulked at the mouth 
of the Hatchie. 

At Yorktown the sit ge is progressing 
Bati>factorily to the commander, but we 
are not p.rmitted to know, except from 
rebel sourceB, what is being done. The 
RicLniond paper? tell .us that our forces 
have cut a canal from the Warwick river, 
which Hows into the James, acro^s to th^ 
York rivd', and that we have thrown up 
eotrenchm-uts which command the rebel 
woiks. 



Ji'DOE OK Pkobatk. — J. F Htiyt having 
reigned the office of Judge of Prol)at'' of 
Ramsi-y county, we underttami li. F. t'low- 
ell, of the linn of Cooper & Crowell, has 
btei. appointed to fill the vacancy. Mr. 
Crowell was Judge Hoyt's opponent tor the 
office before the peoplt; last October. 

I^ARSON Bkownlow's Hook.— This great 
exposition of Secession, as seen from within, 
is to be issued by Childs, ol Philad< Ipliia, 
about the middle of May. It will doubt- 
less have a greater circulation than any 
book published since the war began. It 
will be i-:sued in handsome style, ll'mo, iW 
liistratid. 

Rev. .Mr. Eggitston, formerly pastor of 
Market Street Church in this city, who is 
laid aside from the duties ol the Ministry 
on account of ill healih, has been app -inted 
publisher's agent, and will proceal at once 
to canvass the city. 



Ql'ICk Tra.n'sportation. — The Key City 
yesterday morning brouu'lit up the first 
freight from the Fast that reached Milwau- 
kee this year by way of the lakes. It ar- 
rived in that city on Tuesday last bj the 
first propeller through the Straits of Mack^ 
inaw, was transferred, without storage, to 
the cars of tiie Milwaukee and Prairie du 
Chiun Railroad, reshippod direct from the 
cars at Prairie du Chien noon the Key 
City, and delivered by her yesterday mor- 
ning to the consignees in St. Paul. The 
goods never .saw a warehouse after they lelt 
Boston. The old N'orthern Transportation 
Company had them in charge. 



8U«OPSIS OF THE ACT EltlArSri- 
P\il>€; SLAVES IN TOE 0IS- 
TKICr OF COLVmBIA. 

Thr; '' Aet for the release of certain per- 
sons field '0 service <r iab.r in the District 
of Columbia," which has become the law 
of the land by an overwhelmniug vote in 
both Houses of Congress and by the signa- 
ture of I he President, provides that from 
and alt' !• its passage, slavery, except for 
crime, sh.ill cease within the Di.strict. All 
persons loyal to the United States, owning 
slaves, shall, within ninety days, present 
their claims and support them with oaths 
and other testimony before three coamis- 
aionera, who^se appointment is hereby pro- 
vided for. An amount not exceeding three 
hundred dollars tor each slave shall be paid 
by the CommiBsioner-, provided the claim 
is legal and the slave has not been brought 
into the District since the pas^ge of the 
Act: 

And provided further, That no claim shall 
be allowed for any slave or slaves brought into 
said District after the passage of this act, nor 
for aoy slave claimed by any person who has 
borne arms ao^ainsi the Government of the 
United States in the present rebellion, or in 
any way given aid or comfort thereto, or 
which originates in or by virtue of any transfer 
heretofore made, or which shall hereafter be 
made by any person who has in any man- 
ner aided or sustained the rebellion at^ainst the 
Uovernment of the United States. 

Still further the Act provides that the 
ccmiuissiouers shall wind up their busines-s 
withiu nine months, and shall be paid 
<f2,000 each, with reasonable allowance 
for expenses, clerk hire. &c. One million of 
dollars is hereby apnronriated to carry out 
this Act. Any one kidnapping a person of 
Alrieau descent from the Disttict shall be 
impri.joned not less than five or more than 
twenty years. For twenty-five cents the 
clerk of the Circuit Court of Washington 
shall lurnish any ex-slave a certificate ol 
manumission. The two closing sections of 
the Act appropriate $100,000 to aid in the 
c»l«niza*ion of such of the free negroes as 
may wish to emigrate to Hayti, Liberia or 
e'sewhere, and all acts of L'ongress, all laws 
of Maryland and all ordinances of Washing, 
ton and Geor::etown inconsistent with this 
Act are hereby repealed. 

lu signing the bill, the President recom- 
mends that a longer time than ninety days 
be giv.n to minora, femmes covert , insane or 
absent ptrsou.a, and that a supplementary 
or amendatory act be parsed to supply this 
omission. 

As a testimony in behalf i of tra\eling 
and suffering humanity, this great Act of 
Freedom is one of the sublimest deeds ever 
accomplished beneath the shadow of the 
Stars and Stripes. 



PRAVEK OF THANKS FOR EIVAN. 
CIPATION. 

'I"be session of the House was opened 
last Thursday morning, with the foliowinEr 
prayer by Rev. Thomas H. Stockton, 
Chaplain of the Hoat^e: 

We thank Thee for the abolition of 
slavery in the District of Columbia. We 
thank Thee fur the emancipation of slaves 
in the Capital of our Country. We thank 
Thee that our soil is now free frcm slavery, 
and that this air is now free air, and so 
shall remain forever. We accept this great 
blessing, not as the result of human mani- 
festation— not as u matier of party policy — 
but as a Divine intervention; as the develop- 
ment of another form of confirmatioD of 
Thy great and glorious purpose, to carry on 
and c ;mplete tlie whole work of human 
redemption. Therefore we bless and mag- 
nity Thy most exallent name, uniting with 
the churches ol all lands, and of all ages in 
saying:— Glory be unto the Father, and 
uulo the Son,' and unto the Holy Ghost; 
as It was in the beginning, is now, and ever 
shall be, world without end! 



St. Paul Female Seminary. — The spring 
examination at tiiis home institution occur- 
ed on Friday last, and was attended by many 
ol the parents of the young ladies, though 
it is to be regntted tliat si few gentlemen 
were present. 

The young ladies sustained an excellent 
examination in the higher branches, as v.t11 
as in the ordinary studies, which were in- 
terspersed with .-ringing and instrumental 
music. The French classes exhibited great 
proficiency, under the instruction of Pro« 
fessiir Devalro. 

Miss Zoe Broome, having passed through 
the entire coarse of studies during three 
years, graduated with tlie l.ighe.-t iionors 
of the school, and received a dij.iloma. 

Id addition to the very efficient corps of 
teaclier-s Rev. J. G. Rii-eldafllr. Principal, 
assisted by the Misses Ogden, Mrs. Merrill 
and Professor Devalro, the seraiiiury i. tiers 
the very desirable advantages of neat, com- 
modious rooms, in a pleasant and retired 
location, with tasteful grounds, on the blafi 
overlooking our city. 

The summer term of this institution will 
commence on Monday next. The Princi- 
pal, J. G. Riheldafter, lias made this one of 
the best seminaries in the West, and will 
no doubt receive, as he deserves, the hearty 
support ot ail who wish to give their 
daughters a thorough education. We heart- 
ily recommend the St. Paul Female Semi- 
nary to our friends both in the country and 
city. 

River News,— The .Mississippi has 
started on another rampage, and is again 
rising. The late ri^e in the Minnesota ap- 
paar> to have been mostly from the Blue 
Earth and Cotton Wood. At last accounts 
the Upp(r .Mitintscla had just commenced 
to pour out its n.m !. After having fallen 
some twelve (T iifie-n inches at ("arverup 
to Thur.-day (jvtuing during that niglit a 
change took place and up to yesterday 
morning at five o'clock, there was a rise of 
three inches at that point. 

The Upper Mississippi is also again on 
the rise— the snows of the Crow Wing 
country and above there having just com- 
menced contributing their share to the 
waters in this direetioii. It is very proba- 
ble the river will now go up to extreme 
high water mark. 

The Northerner, of the Northern Line, 
made her first appearance in port yesterday 
morning, alter having visited Stillwater and 
di-cliargcd a heavy fr ight tl.ere and at 
other towns on Lake St. Croix. Captain 
P. A. Al'ord continne.<? in command of this 
favorite craft, with .Mr. J. Wood as clerk, 
She left for St. Louis ye^te^day atternoon, 
with a heavy freight list and a cabin full of 
pa.-scng'T-:. 

T/ie Key City, Captain Worden, was in 
early yesterday roornii.g, Tlicso wishing to 
go down the river this morning should be 
on board of her before eicii» o'clock. 

The Favorite, Captain Bell, ielt for Mau- 
kato yesterday afternoon, well freighted and 
well supplied with travel. ng people. 

Annlal Re-Union of thk St. P.wl 
Acadbmv OF Mi-ujiciiNE.— Our readers who 
keep the run of local aflairs in our city, are 
aware that the St. Paul Academy of Med- 
icine and Surgery hold an annual re-union 
about this time of year. The occasion is 
celebrated by a meeting of the members and 
their invited guests at the rooms of the 
Academy, in French's Block, Third street, 
on some pleasant evening during the early 
days of spring. 

It happened this year on Thursday eve- 
ning ot this present week ; and somewhat 
unfortunately, as that was the night s-t 
for Mr. Wheslock's lecture before the Mer - 
cantile Library Association. Notwithstand- 
ing, the Doctors were on hand, and prepar- 
ed to meet their friends in their usual ur- 
bane and chivalrous manner. 

During the past year, the amounts voted 
by the city and county for physicians' ser- 
vices, have been expended by the Academy 
in procuring chemical apparatus for testing 



c».«es of puisouitig wliich may arise incriw' 
iiial jurisprudence in our community. We 
were somewhat astonished to find that they 
bad fuccwded, with the small amount 
alowed them, in procuring instruments and 
chemicals thai will prevent the future neces- 
sity of going beyond our city to analyze 
the oue-thousundlh (>art of a grain of min 
eral poison. Had the Academy been pos - 
sessed of this apparatus at the time of the 
Belan-ki iiuirdfr. the tu-x-payers of Ram- 
sey county would have been thousands of 
dollars better ott than they are to day. 

But we are digrcs-sing somewhat. On 
the occasion re!erre.i lo, Dr. Reed, who is 
the demonstrator at the Academy in chem- 
iatry aui mechanical science, entertained 
the party with numerous beautiful and 
uijiusing experiments. The power of the 
microscope was shown to all present, who 
enjoyed it with a zest they had not felt since 
their school-boy days. The Doctor's illufc- 
trations of architecture and the ventillatiun 
of buildings, accompanied with graphic and 
eloquent explanations, were in the highest 
d'-gree entertaining. 

The entertainment of the evening was 
concluded with a collation served up in the 
ante-rooms in Geo. Benz's best style. As 
the hour of retiring approached, it was 
unanimously voted that George was not a 
homoeopothisit — and then we adjourned. 

The St. Paul Academy ot Medicine and 
Sargery was iasiituted March 1st, 18G0, 
and incorporated June 10th, 1861. The 
otficers for the current year, which expires 
on the first Tue-day of May proximo, are : 
A. G. Hkisbink, M. D., President. 
Samckl Willey, M. D., Vice President. 
Joait Stkklk, M. D., Treasurer. 
Alphed Wharton, M. D., Secretary. 
Da-mbl W. Hand, M. D., Librarian. 
At the annual meeting on the first Tues- 
day in May, a new election of officers will 
take place. 

Lawd W.iRRANTS, Half Breed and Reserve 
Scrip— all sizes — prices. 
Jy-JS THOMPSON BROS. 



NUMEEK 100. 



""^ """"t^K^fo?/'.!!" ^^""""^^''^^^^.^.^J^.HF THEIR, GEW. MITCHELL'S POSITION. 



COURAGE UP. 



LATEST SOUTHERN NEWS. 

From New Orleans. 



ADDITIONAL 



REBEL (JL'MUIATS 
MERRIMAUS. 



Ai\D 



LATEST^ JS^EWS. News from the South, j MINISTER TO SPAIN.' Th. sena:e..t is «td,,ej.<,.d Nathan 

HosK as Assibint Quartiiinaster, and the 
foliuwmg as liriga.lier Generals: John 
Cochrane, H. H. Lock wood, Charles T. 
Uarke, (:h.i,l,.s A. D.i.a. Jo],,, 'rVunbel, 
ot 1 e^Le^8ee, c-n firmed af> Uiiittd States 
At.aney for the M„i.i:c D.h-.rict of ihat 
i.tate Owing lo a misapprehension which 
caused the rej.-cfio;, of Dani. ! E. Sickl..-. 
the President to day renominated him to be 
Brigud:er General. The proioeci ol bis 
eo.ilij mation is lavoraijie 

' "" -^^ * ^__ 

IMPORTAM FRO.^I PITTSBURG UmU, 



ALABAMA AO liEORGIA AT UIN HKKCV. 



SIEGE OF FORT JACKSON. 



Hot Work for the Rebels. 



ADJOURNMENT OF THK 
CONGRESS. 



&C., 



&c., 



KKBKL 



&a 



OPERATIONS AGAINST YORKTOWN. 
&c., &c., &c. 



1000 SHELLS FALL IN THE FORT. 



.^ EW advertise;^] EiNTS. 



^ 



of Horses. 



A 8paii 

Eouuire uf 

Z. E. B. NASH. St. Paul. 
Or ALLK.V nAKMO.N'. Minnoapolis. ajriS-liv 



FoET MoNROB, April 25. 
To Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War. 

The Norfolk Day Book of this morning 
has a telegram from New Orleans, datcjd 
the 23d. from which the following informa- 
tion is obtained : There has been a heavy 
and continued bombardment at Fort Jack- 
son all night. It was still progressing. The 
rebels in the fort represent themselves still 
cheerful, with an abiding faith in ultimate 
success. They represent that tliey are 
making repairs as be.>^t they can . Their 
barbette guns were still in working order, 
though most of them had been disabled at 
times. They assert that we have fired 
25,000 thirteen inch shells, of which l.OCK) 
fell in the fort. They think our ammuni- 
tion must soon become exhausted. They 
assert that iLey can stand it as long as we 
can. (Signed) 

JOHN TOCKER, 
Assistant Secretary of War. 

From the Siege of Yorktown. 



REBEL REGIMENTS FIGHTINCJ 
EACH OTHER, 



J\* » T M C JB . 

The next .luarter oi ihe ST. PAUL FjCMALK SEMI- 
N.tRY, will commence ou 

MONDAY, THE 28th INST. 

F.r admission apply at the Seminary, on the cor- 
ner of Summit Avenue and St. Peter street 

'^ P-g J. a. RI HKLDAFKER. 

Field, Garden & Flower 
SEEDS. 

IN BULK AND PAPERS. 



A large assortment at YEKY LOW prices for cash. 



We are also receiving our spring stock of 

DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS 

ANI> GLASSWARE, 

To wliich we call the attention of consumers. We 
guarantee to job goods as low as any other house in 
the State doing a legitimate business. Orders solicited 

VAWTER & ROSE, 

Opp. Falls, St. Anthony. | Bridge street, Minneapolis. 
■*pr2d-2w 



t^T^TX 0JF MMJVJVMiSOT^^ COVJy 

*^ TY of Ram^ey— District Court, 2nd I>istriot. 
David Oooper vs. John C. Breckinridge. 

Summons for mnney demand on Contract for Pay 
uiecl of Money 0)!upliint not served. 

fo John 0. Breckinridge, Defendant. 

In the name of the State of Minuescta : You are 
hereby summoned and required to answer the com- 
plaint in this action, which said complaint is fled 
in the office of the Clerk of this Court, for the county 
aforesaid, at Saint Paul, in the county .f Ramsey 
afore.'i:iid, and to s-crve a copy of your au»wer 
thert-to, on the subscribers at their office in the city 
of Saint f'aul, county aforesiid, within twenty days 
after theserviceof this suuiaionii upon you, exclu-sive 
of the day^of such service; and if you fail to an- 
Kwer the said complaint within the tirue afores-^id 
the plaintiff in this action will Uke judgment 
asrainnt you for the sum of five thousand four hun- 
dred sad seventeen and 50-100 dollars, with interest 
at the rate of seven ler cent, per annum from the 
Ut day of January, a. d. one thousand eieht hundred 
and fifty nine, together with the costs of this action 

Date.l at St. Paul, .\pril llth, a. d 1S62 
sM.TH & GU,M.4N, 
_a£r26-6w Plaint HPs^. Attorneys 

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Washinoton, April 24. 

[limes' Jji8patclt.]—A. gentleman ar- 
rived here to-day, directly from Gen. Mo 
Cit Han's headquarters, and reports our 
forces have greatly the advantage of the 
enemy, as time will show. That our .sharp, 
shooters are the terror of thi' rebel gunners. 
Our ajjpioaches command the rebel en- 
trenchments. Everything is working as 
well as the raost sanffuine could wish. 

On Monday last there was firing between 
two rebel regiments within the rebel work?, 
causing much commotion in our camp. It 
continued so long and so severe that it was 
mistaken at first for a ivgular assault ot 
our outposts, flod the long roll was 
bealcn in oar camps. It turned out that 
one oi their regiments was tiring iuto an 
other, which returned the fire with equal 
spirit. Onr forces could distinctly see them 
wurrying ofl the dead and wounded. 

The affair is believed to have been a mu- 
tiny, and measures taken to quell it. The 
Virginians now being forced into the ser- 
vice at the point of the bayonet, resist as far 
as they can — more especially being drafted 
and fore d into regiments from other Statej 
to fill the .atter to their respective quotas. 
It is suppo-ed the mutiny grew ont of 
something of the sort. 

DKSIGNS OF THK ENEMY AT GORDONSVILLB. 

Information was received at our head- 
quarters at Yorktown. that the rebels aro 
concentrating a large force at Gordonsville. 
hoping to bag Gen. Banks, and <hat it was 
their intention to allow McDowell to get 
across the Rappahannock and then to pre- 
cipitate a superior force upon him. 

FROM THE SIEGE OF .NEW ORLEANS 

The Richmond Examiner, of the 22d, 
says official dispatches received yesterday 
state that the bombardment of the forte 
below Now Orleans continued during the 
whole of Saturday, and that we had nocas 
ualiiies on our side. It is stated that the 
enemy's armament, owing tc the shoalnesf 
of the water, cannot get sufficiently near 
the forts to batter th. ir walls to any extent, 
and that there is no possibility of reducing 
them but by shelling the garrison out. 



Washixgtox, April 24. 
[Special to 2r/6wne]— An officer him 
Corinth, according the Atlanta (Georgia) 
Confederacy, reports that the Confederate 
lines extend over the recent battle ground, 
and that the Uiiiotiisis are nine mil. s beyond 
there. Active preparations are beirg Hii.de 
by both armies for the grand and decisive 
struggle at hand. B: ij^ginl is being 
heavily reinforced ; skirmishes daily occm' 
between the advance guards. 

A tel< gram from Augusta f^ays it is h^- 
lieved at Corinth that the enemy is evacu> 
ating his position, and going to his gun- 
boats. 

Mobile papers assert Nashville has been 
evacuated, and 4,000 Union prisoners 
taken. 

Gen. Kirby Smith, with a large force, is, 
according to the Atlanta CommcmweaUk, at 
Bridgeport, within 17 miles of Huntsville. 
The evacuation of the latter place by the 
Yankees is predicted. 

NKW8 KROM NORKOLK. 

Refugees from Norfolk state that the 
rebels have five wooden gunboat's complet- 
ed there, all of which are ready for service; 
that the rebels are also building anotLer 
Merrimac of smaller tonnag", aid that 
four more are now building at' Norfolk. 

The rebel Congress adjourned ou Mon- 
day last to the 2d Monday in August. 

The biil organizing a battalion of Sharp- 
shooters, was pa.«!scd on th .• la-t day. Tiie 
flag and seal report was iudelinitely post 
poned. 

R. M. T. Hunter was elected President 
of the Senate pro tern. 

The rebel Senate passed the House bill 
appropriating $150,000 for the construction 
of a railroad between Galveston and New 
Orleans. 

UNION MEN IN NORTH CAROLN 
NA HUNTED DOWN. 

New York, April 25. 

The Newbern Progress of the 19lh savs, 
ton days before Burnside captured New- 
bern, some 700 men assembled and hoi.^l. d 
the Stars and Stripes. A force was .'ent 
from Newbern to reduce them, and ab ut 
twelve were killed. 

It is reported that 90 rebel cavalrv were 
cajitured at Newport, includitig a Colon< I. 

Obstnictions for Norfolk 
Harbor. 

REVERDY JOHNSON AGAINST CONSTI- 
TUTIONALITY OF EMANCIPATION 
IN THE DISTRICT, 



Nbw York, April 26. 

Lieutenant Govercor Kerner, of Illinois, 
has been designated to the poit of Minister 
to Spain, in room ol (>arl Schurz, provided 
the latter does not inti-nd to return. 

We have a statement from the Atlanta 
(Georgia) Con/ederai:y, that northern Ala- 
bama and western Georgia are completely 
at the mercy of Gen. Mitchell, whose ptes- 
ent position is decided to b« such at Gun- 
ler's Landing that h( can at once proceed 
to Rome and take that city, bum down 
♦ he foundries and capture the arms, take 
possession of the engines on the railroad, 
and not only cut olf reinforcements and 
means of retreat fr)m the rebel Kirby 
Smith, who was alleged to be marching 
towards Huntsville, hut leave at the same 
time the rebel force at Knoxville, Green- 
ville and Oumberlard Gap, tc^ether with 
Western Virginia, cotnpletely exposed. 

The Richmond Examiner of the 22d. 
speaking of aflairs a ; Yorktown, says that 
("ir iroops hav':" cut i^ eana! l)vtwe ti York 
ard Warwick livers, v/hicb givis us a water 
front across that whole stretch of country, 
which must contribute materially to the 
strength of our position. It states further 
that on Saturday night last cur men were 
engaged in thruwing up entrenchments and 
at daylight on Sunday they were compK-ted 
atid guns mounted within one thousand 
yards of the rebel position. 

General Lee lu Command at 
Yorktown. 

>Kw York, April 2.i. 
Reliable information places General Lee 
in command of the rebel forces at Yorktown. 
Johnson did not reciain. All the rebel 
stores, ammunition, bs.ggage, &c., have be. n 
moved three miles to the rear of Yorktown. 
Contrabands say the rebels had nearly 
two hundreil killed and wounded in the re> 
cent affair at Lee's Mills. A gang of three 
thou:-an(l negroes wh > were at work on a 
dam. hud a dozen killed, and were stampeded 
I'y our shells, and had to be forced back 
with bayonets. 



HEAVY CANNONADING. 

PROBABLE ENGAGEMENT. 



Washington, April 23. 

[Special to Post ]— It is reported h. re 
that the rebels at Norfolk, fearing an at- 
tack upon that city, have obstructed the 
channel .of Elizabeth river with vej^scli-. 
which are to be sunk on the approach of 
our gunboats. 

Reverdy Johnson has written a letter in 
which he attempts to prove the unconstitu 
tionality of the act passed b^ Congress for 
the abo.ition of slavery in the District of 
Columbia. 

All civilians are now refused paa-e.* to 
Old Point. 



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Tlie Hub!!cril>er offers for Rale the exclasiTe right to 
the counties of Hennepin, Ramsey and Washin^on, 
for the sale of 

LYON'S COPPER LIGHTNING CONDUC- 
TORS, 

The best article of ;the kind in use The above offers 
a chance for a luc.atiTe buoinees with a smail capiUl 
invested CATH.4RINE HAYS, 

Adm'x of the estate of John A. Hays. 
Minneapolis, April -iZ. 1862. apr26-3t 

WHITE CARBON OIL"! 

We are just receiving our! new stock of 

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TO PAINTERS! 

We have just received a stock of the cel«brkt«d 
B F- N Z I N E , 

Which ia now Uking the place of Turpentine. Oall 
»nd see it at E. k H. Y. BBLL, Third rt. 

St. PmI, April S6. 1M2 . Kgt» 



From Com. Foote's Fleet 

St. Louis, April 25. 

The special correspondent of the Missouri 
Democrat, writing from the gunboat flotilla 
April 23d, says : 

All quiet here, if we except two mortar 
boats remaining in position, which occasion- 
ally throw shell over at the fort. The reb 
els have not replied to-day. None of their 
gunboats can be seen. The weather is fair. 
The flood has overrun all the plantations 
and houses along the river, and great dis 
tress pn vails among the inhabitants along 
the banks, .«ome ol whom oSer to give all 
they possess to have their families removed 
from their houses which the water threatens 
to carry down the river. 

From Gen. Banks. 

Nkw Mabkkt, April 24. 
To Hon. £. M. Stanton, Secretary of War. 

Our advanced guard. Col. Donnelly 
commanding, took three prisoners to-day, 
at a point nine miles beyond Harrisonburg. 
One of them says he belonged to Company 
B, of the 10th Virginia regiment of in- 
fantry This regiment has been on the 
Rappahannock. The prisoner says the 
regiment joined Jackson at hie present lo- 
cation, near Stannardsville, from Culpep- 
per. 

(Signed,) N. P. BANKS. 

Return of Pnsoners Taken by 
the Enemy at Elizabeth City- 

Headquarters Dep't of Va. I 
April 24, ]8«2. ' \ 
To Bon. E. Af. Stanton, Secretary of War : 

Assistant Surgeon Wairen was uocondis 
tionally released, and with seventeen prison- 
ers and four attendants, arrived this eve« 
ning from Norfolk. They were all wound- 
ed and left on the field at the affair of the 
South Mills. The Union lorces consisted 
3,000 men, under command of Gen. Reno. 
The Surgeon says that the rebels reported 
only a Georgia regiment and three 



The New York Chamber 
Commerce Propose a 
Tax Measure. 

New Yoek, April 25. 
The Chamber ol Commerce has adopted 
a memorial to Congress, propo-inw the 
raising of «25,000,000 by ta.xation. Is fol- 
lows : From all sales of goods and mer- 
chandise and other property at retail and 
wholesale, a tax ot one per cent., yieldmg, 
your memorialists believe, the annual sum' 
of $1 15,000,000 from the tariff ; the sum of 
$50,000,000 from an excise or tax on c t- 
ton ol two cents per pound ; $24,000,000 
from an exci&e or tax on tobacco of tweiily 
cents per pound ; $30,000,000 from an ex- 
cise or|tax on whisky; and other liquors ot 
twenty-five cents per gallon $25,000,000,; 
from an excise or tax on malt liquors of five 
cents per gallon, $8,000,000 ; Irom a direct 
tax on real and personal property $12,000 - 
000; total $264,000,000 , 



Col, Jennison Released from 
Arrest- 

St. Louis, April 25. 
An order has been issued for the release 
of Col. Jennison from military priaen, he 
giving bond in $20,000 to appear and an- 
swer to whatever changes may be preferred 
against him. The particular offense which 
led to Jennison's arrest, has not been made 
public, but it is presumed all the facts will 
shortly be forthcoming. Jennison, on be- 
ing arrested, immediately resigned his po- 
sition. 

GOVERNMENT STEAMER SCNK ON THE OHIO. 
Gallipolis, April 25. 
The government steamer Eanice was run 
into by the Commodore Perry,off Ashland, 
Ky., last night, aud was sunk. The boat is 
a total loss. No lives lost. 



From "Wa-shington. 

Washikgton, April 24. 

SENATE CONFIRMATION. 

The Senate in executive se.-<sion to day, 
confirmed the nomiuaton of Horatio King.' 
formerly Assistant Postmaster General, as 
• me ot the Commissiorers under the act for 
th'i abolition ol slavery in the District ot 
C )!umbia. The board will ori^anize imme- 
diately. 

EXCITING DEBATK— RESOLUTION OF CENSURE. 

Mr. Hutchinson's resolution, censuring 
Mr. Vallandigham foi alleged violation of 
the rules and decorum of the House by 
making use of denunciatory language against 
Senator Wade, after quoting from the hit- 
ler's recent speech in ) he Senate, will come 
up lor final action to morrow. The par- 
ticipants in the colloquy, Messrs. Vallan- 
digham and Blake, exhibited intense earn- 
estness ; the scene for n while was exceed 
injily spirited, but abraptly terminated by 
adjournment. 

FROM THE BAFPAHANNOCK. 

The Yankee has arr ved from the neigh- 
borhood of Fredericksburg and reports that 
one day this week tiie Anacosta, whil.' 
passing Lowry'a Poin^ on the Rappahan- 
nock, was fired upon by a small body ot 
rebel infantry. She threw a few shots at 
them, which caused tuem to rapidly dis- 
perse. 

The flotilla is still actively engaged in 
seizing rebel craft. It has captured sixteen 
schooners. 

TUK TREATY FOB THE ISUPPBKSSION OF THE 
SLAVE TRADE. 

The ratification of the Seward -Lyons 
treaty for the soppres-ion of the African 
slave trade will soon be exchanged. The 
main points are. mutial right°ot search, 
without regard to the number of vessels to 
be employed, and th- summary trial and 
punishment of those engaged in the illegal 
traffic. 

AN IOWA BPlOADIEt. 

The President todny nominated Col. 
'1 utile of the 2d Io«a to be Brigadier 
General of Volunteers 



Chicago, April 24. 
A special dispatch to the Time^, irom 
Cairo of the 23tu, giys: Pas-^cigets by the 
Belle of MempLi.^ say at Savannah they 
heard heavy tiring in the direction of Pitts- 
burg The caunonading was bri^k, and 
gradually grew louder, being heard for 
n.ileb Ibis side of Savannah. It is the be* 
lief that a general engagement has been 
brought on, sU-tngtheued by the fact that 
on Wednesday. f;i<jnificant praparalioDS 
weremadL- by Huileck for attack. Our 
gunboats on the Tennessee, h^td eff, cted a 
passage over Mu-ole Shoals, and penetrated 
as lar as Huntsville, Alabama, where they 
captured a quantity ol rebel commissary 
store.-; 

Cairo, April 25, 
The steamer? B.-lle of Memohis and 
Cnoctaw, from PitU-butg Landing Thurs* 
d;iy morning, arrived last night. They 
were tired into thirty-five lailes below 
Pittsburg by a band of guerillas from be- 
hmd dwellings on the left bank of the Tens 
ocssee river. The Choctaw received seven 
shots, one of which killed her mate. The 
Belle ol Memphis received twelve shots, 
mortally wounding <»i)e negro boy on board.' 
The roads at Pitisi.urg are improving. 
Skirmishing between pickets continues. The 
river here is still rising, and the lower Mis- 
sissippi is fearfully overflowed, causing the 
grt-atest loss of pro|)erty evt-r know. 



Report of Engagement at Pitts- 
burg not Credited. 

Chicago, April 25. 
A special dispatch to the Tribune, from 
Cairo says, the rurnor that fighting had 
commenced at Pittsburg is disbelieved at 
headquarters. (Jen. Strung received dis- 
patches from Halleck yesterday. No men'* 
tion is made of the affair. 



Steamer Karrak Wrecked. 

New York, April 24. 
>^teamf r Eyalina. from Nassau, N. 



The 



P., arrived here to-night, bringing the pae- 
sengers from the steamer Karrak, which 
was lost in Nassau harbor on the 14th 
in*t, by grounding iii full sight of the 
wharf The mails and passengers were sav- 
ed, aud also most of her cargo. 

The Evalina was chartered by the pas- 
sengers, who could obtain no transporta- 
tion thrc ugh the secession agents of the Cu- 
nard Line at Nassau. 

THE NASHVILLE AT NASSAU. 

Tht- rebel steamer Nashville, now called 
the Thomas L. Wragg.had returned to 
Nassau, after an unsucc-essful attempt to 
run the blockade at Charleston. One of 
her paddle boxes is badly injured, supposed 
by a cannon ball. She has a full cargo of 
ammunition and guns brought bv the Gla- 
diator from England. 

The bt-amer Ella Worley with potash 
and saltpetre was coon to sail for some 
Southern port. 

T'he sttamer Cecil had arrived at Nassau 
from Charleston. Several other rebel ves- 
sels are reported at Nassau. 



Capture ol a Prize and Prison- 
ers. 

Baltimore, April 20. 
The Usited States gunboat Hercule--, 
Capt. Durgan, has arrived here with anoth- 
er prize, and two important prisoners. One 
of whom has been lorg engaged in the cong 
traband trade, in passing mails and dis- 
patches between the eecessioni-^t^ here and 
rebeldom. The Government agents have 
been looking for this man since last fall. 
He is wealthy, and has been a most un- 
scrupulous 8eces8i;>oist. His name is 
withheld lor the present. The Hercules 
subsequently paid a visit to Great Wicomie o 
river, and captured the schooner Algon- 
quin, with a cargo which was no doubt 
taken from Baltimore. 

»«» 

Flag of Truoe from Norfolk. 

Fort Monbok, April 24. 
vu./ » vicwif;m ii.-($iuicui, BDu inrce i A flag of trace was sent to Norfolk to- 
pieces of artillery as being used in the en- ^*y ^^^^ dispatches. No newspapers were 

orAomrrKint ' roAPivpH 



gagement 

The Norfolk Day Book reports a heavy 
bombardment of Fort Jackson, on the Mi8> 
sissippi river. Major Gen. Lovell is repre- 
senteil ux sayin:,' thai it was terrific, and 
was continued at the latest advices. 

(SigMd) JOHN E. WOOL, 

Major Q«a««l. 



] reeeived, 

On the return of the flag, the steamer 
Nellie Baker proceeded with a flag of truce 
to receive a number of woanded "taken by 
the rebels in a recent skirmish near Eliza- 
beth City. They were brought down from 
Norfi^k Id a schooner in tow of a rebel 



COMMODORE FWJTE WISHES TO BE BELIEVKD 
OF HIS COMMAND— CAPT. C. H. DAVIS AP- 
POINTED HIS SECOND. 

Commodore Foote, cwing to the wound 
received in the battle of Fort Donelson, 
has asked to be relieved from the command 
of the Western fleet, but the Department 
ba^, it is understood, orlered Capt. Charl s 
U Davis to repair to the Department ot 
the West as his second in command, thus 
relieving him of much <.f the physical la- 
bor ot his responsible position. 

TUB FRENCH MINISTER'S Visrr TO RICHMOND 

In addition to what has heretofore bei-n 
as.=erted in contradiction of the false state- 
ments of the Richmond papers, there is 
good authority for stating that Count Mer- 
cier, the French Minis xr, had no official 
communication whatever with the Southern 
authorities. 

NOT so. 

The report that Lord Lyons has gone to 
Richmond, or is going, is "as untrue as the 
recent unfounded rumors of changes in the 
Cabinet. 

The Navy Department is quietly, though 
efficiently, at work increasing the means of 
the national defenses. 

The Atlantic Works if Harrison Low- 
ring of Boston, have been awarded contracts 
tor building iron clad vessels under the 
recent law. 

«;ONFIRMATION or MlUTiRY APPOINTMENTS 

The Senate to day, ir, executive session, 
confirmed the nomination of Geo. CadwaU 
lader, of Pennsylvania and George H. 
Thomas, of Virginia, a? Major Generals, 
"nd Col. Alfred H. Terry, of Connecticut, 
Miles S. Shapell, of Indiana, Major Henry 
W. Wessells, of the 6th Infantry, Colonel 
John W. Geary, Major Samuel W. Craw- 
lw\, of the 13th Infantr;,', and Leonard F. 
lioss, of Indiana, as Brigadier Generals of 
Volunteers. 

Brig Gea. Janaes W. Ripley, to be chief 
of Ordnance and Wm. A. Hammond as 
Surgeon General, with tie rank of Briga- 
dier General. Also Charles S Garrett, as 
Assistant Qaartarmaster, and Harvej A 
Smith, of Kaneaa, as ODmmiasary of Sub-' 
siBtenoe. 



XXXVII CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION 

Washington, April 26. 
Senate —Mr. Sherman presented reso- 
lutions from the Legislature ot Ohio coas 
cernmg the rebel pnsoners at Columbus. 
Ofiio. saying the loyal feelings of the people 
of Ohio had been outraged by the fact tnat 
rebel prisoners at Camp Chase were allow- 
ed to retain their s-laves by order of Col 
Moody, thui practically establishing slavery 
In Ohio, and solemnly proteslintr against 
this outrage upon the loyalty ot the people 
ot Onio. The resolutions were accompa- 
nied by a note from Gov. Tod, saying that 
Col. Moody did not permit, but that the 
negroes had been sent there as prisooerp, 
and Ool. Moody was obliged to take care of 
them. 

Mr. Sherman said the fat't was, the ne- 
groes were sent there with their ma-sterj a« 
prisoners, and did serve their masters, but 
he believed no blame could be attached to 
Col. Moody or tl e Governor of Ohio, for 
this. Maj Jones, the Inspector at Camp 
Chase, repfTted^matters all right. 

Mr. Grimes asked if any steps had been 
taken lo free these negroes, as he supposed 
them to be fne by the act of last summer 
being captured in the service of the enemy.' 
Mr. Sherman replied that no steps had 
been taken that he knew ot. The negroes 
he believed, were still there. 

Mr. Wilson said that he should call up 
the matter on Monday. He thought some 
action ought to be had on the subject. 

Mr. Trumbull presented a petition for 
the construction of a ship canal to connect 
Lake Michigan with the Mississippi river. 

'I he bill for a line of steamships from 
San Francisco to Shanghai, was taken up 
and pa.'^sed— ypBS 26, nays 16. 

House.— When the House adj..nrneii 
yesterday the resolution of Mr. Hntchini 
was pending, to censure^Mr. Vallandigham 
for words spoken in debate against Senator 
Wade. 

The Speaker stated that this was a ques- 
tion of privilege, on which Mr. Vallading- 
ham raised a point of order. The rule 
referred toby Mr. Vallandigham was read. 
It is as follows : 

If member be called to order for words 
spoken in debate, the person cjlling him 
to order shall repeat the words objected 
to, and they shall then be taken down 
m writing at the Clerk's desk, and no 
member -I all be held to answer, or be sub- 
ject to the censure of the House for word- 
spoken in debate, if any other member has 
ppoken. or other business intervene after the 
words^spoken, and before exception to tbem 
shall have been taken. The Speaker also 
directed the following to be read from the 
manual : Disorderly words spoken cannot 
be written down as in the House, bnt the 
committee can only report them to the 
House for animadversion. 

The S|)eaker, under all the circumstances, 
sustained Mr. Vallandigham s point of or- 
der, and tb<B was dispoMd of the qnealiOD 
of priTikfe. 



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" A house divided against itself cautiot stand. 
Tlu3 C'.niiury Cduuol exist pernianeutlv lialf 
■lave and Juilf tree. Either tlie oppoiu'iits of 
ilttverv will iirrest the further spread ot i', 
aai.i pl.ice it where the pablie iniud shall rest 
io I'ue Oelief that u i» lu ilie course o( uUiinate 
exiitK-iioii, «'r its advocates will j)ush it lor- 
w.ir.i till it sli;i!i i>e.-i>tiu' alilie lawtul in all 
the States — old as well us uew, uorih us well 
ad s luih."— .l(!i/'a/i(//« Li/,,-oln in lvS5S. 

1 leooiiinieDd the a<loption of u joint resolu- 
tion ov your lK>:u>ruble oodie:i wiuich shall 1>0 
aubsiuiiiiallv as foMuws : 

•• JuiM'Ictd, That the United States ought to 
coNojxTate with any State which may adopt a 
graJtiul abolishment of slavery, k'^'".^ to such 
§ia;e pjeunury aid to be usej by such Statu 
in .:s discretion, to compensate for the incon- 
veniences, public and private, produced by such 
chau>;e nf system " * * * * 

I iireni it inipiirtant that the Slates and peo- 
ple, iiimieditttelv interested, should be iit once 
dia;uicily uoiitied of the fact, so mat they 
m :y b giD to consider whelhiT to accept or 
reject it. the Fedeial Government would 
tin i its hiifhest interest in such a measure as 
one cf the most etiicieut measuies of self pres- 
erva'KJU. « * ♦ * 

Id liie mere tinancial or pecuniary view, any 
uie'Doer of Coni^fie'ts, with the census tables 
an J the Tieasury reports before him, can read- 
ily see lor himself how very soon the current 
e.xpea-lilure nf the war would puieluise I'.t a 
f.iii valuation all the slaves in anv named 
Si.oe. — t'l teidiiit' a CijjrciaL 2/t:iii4i</&. lSii2. 



TUK CUKCK OP THE KfeUl;:i.S 
AT A>iriSiBIK<: L..\>iUl.\0. 

THK SEliVlCLS UL.MiEUEI) BV THE GUN 
BJAIS-KEiOUr OF LIEUT. GWIXX. 

U. S. GlXBO.\T TVLEU. ) 

Pittsbur^j, Tenu., April S. lSt)2. J 

tfiR : I have ilij h'ln T to inform you that 
the i-:;eaiy attacked our Ii'd'.s 01 our Icit the 
iiiori.i'.tr of the G^h ir>3t., u' C:30. and l)y his 
ov*rwlit!ini. g iiutnbers furced our men to 
full bii'-k in cniifasuin. At y:20, Onding that 
th • rehf s Wfto sstill driving our icIt vvinjj 
ba'^k. I St anfied to a point tne mi!« above 
Pi. sbur^, lak.Di; a good position tosupport 
our iroMj,^, shcu d liicy be forced down to 
the b:ink!« of tiie river. At 1U:1 5, the L".K- 
iui!ton, Lit>ut C'in. Shirk, join d me, having 
como u|i from Cramp's Landing. After a 
slort time .-lie returned for the purpose of 
supponiiis; the command of Gen. Wailaje, 
which oecuyied tliat point Not having 
rtee;v. d any instructiona from the Coiu- 
u;;ii:ding (jeneral in r-gar(' to the service to 
bt? •.eiKiered by the gunb' at^, I awtiit'.d them 
patrently. ahhou'.'h tor an hour or more shot 
end shell were fallinir all arouad u.s. 

Feeiini^ that, could f^ome system of coin- 
loanicaiio 1 be established, the Tyler could 
he <'d treat advuntag*' to our left wins, ot 
l:2r> p. M. I Sfiit an offi'cr requesting tiiat 
I iiii;_'!it be aliowe i to open on the woods in 
the diiectioii of the balterie-' and udvaueinj? 
tore of The rtbeU. General Harlbut, who 
coininand d cur left, sent the word to do so, 
gw'TX'y me direct ons how to tire, tiiat I 
nii^l.t do it with no damage to our troops, 
e.xpreS'iiig hiins It gratetni lor this off r of 
8'!^ port, suyiog that with.-ul rjiiitorcements 
he woi'il 11. t >>e lib e to maintain the posi 
lion he ihi-n occ;ipi('d tor an hour. There-. 
for>', at 2:50 ' ' jjcncd tire iu the line direct 
ed, s'lencin.r iheir batteries on our ie(t. At 
3:o0 ceased tirng and dropped down op 
p'>-i<- the latiding at Pittsbuig Sent Mr. 
Hfeter.^. irunotT. mi .'•hore n c )raiiiiinicate 
wii'i Gen. tjfr.int for further instruc'ions. 
Hh response was to use my own judgment 
in the mutter. 

At i p. .M., the L'-'xington, Lieutenant 
Commandin'j: Shirk, having arrived from 
Crump's Land.nij, the Tyler in company 
wiih 'he L'j.^iiiirton, to jk position three 
four hs ol a mile ab .ve Piitsburg. and 
opened a Ik avy tir^ in the direction of the 
reb. I batteries on their right, the missil-^s 
ol whic 1 were laliing nil around us. We 
si'eiiced iheiu in 30 minutes. 

At 5:35 the rebels havii.g succeedtd in 
gaininir a position on the left of our line — 
on« I iiihth I if a mile above the the landing 
at P.ttshur^, and a iialt mile from the 
rivcr — both vtssels opened a heavy and 
we'l directed Ore on them, and in a short 
time, in conjunction with our artillery on 
shore, succeeded in Mlt-ncing their artillery, 
aud diivihg them back in conlusi m. 

At Gp. M.. ihe Tyler opened deliberate 
tire in d notion of the rebel ri^'ht wing, 
throwing 5 and 10 inch shell At (;:25, 
ceased tiring. At d p. .M., the Tyler again 
opened fire, by direction of Gen. Xelsi n — 
who greatly disiingiiished himself in yes 
lerda's tni:agem< lit — throwing 5, lo'and 
12 i:ich shell, and an occa-ional sharjinell 
from the howitzr, at intervaU of ten 
miuures, in (iir.ciion of the rebel right 
wit)?, 'intil 1 A. M . when tlie Le.xington 
relieved us and c^ntmueil tofire.it intervals 
« r Slt-ei minutes, until 5 a. si., wh-n, our 
land forces having ai tacked the en. my, 
it became dani;prous for the gunboats to 
fire. At 7 I received a coratnunication 
Irorn Gen. Grar^t. (iaclosid i.s a copy.) 
which prevented the gunboats from taking 
an active part throughout the rest ot the 
d-y. 

Lieut.-Commanding Shirk deserves the 
gteitest praise for the efficient manner in 
which ttie b^ttery of the Lexington was 
served. At 3:;5.') p. .m., the enemy were 
fo.eeJ to retreat in haste, having contested 
every inch of giound with great stubborn 
nes^i during the entire day. 

1 he i:Qi:ers and men of thi.s vessel dis- 
played tiieir usual callantry and enthuai 
asm durin:? the entire day and night. Your 
"old wooden Ijoats," I kel confident, rtn^ 
dertd invaluable service on the Gtli in^t., to 
Uie land lorces. Gunner Herman Peters 
deserves great credit lor the prompt and 
courageous manner in which he traversed 
our lines, conveying communications from 
Ihi-' ves.-t 1 to the Commanding Generals. 

The rebels had a force of 100 000 men. 
A. S. Johnston killed — body foutid on the 
field — Beauregard, Hardee, Bragg, and 
Poik bijng their coniiiiunding Generals. 
Gov. Johnson, Provisional Governor of 
Kentucky, is a prisoner in our hand-', mor- 
tally wound'.'d. Lops severe on both sides 
—ours probably 10,000. The rebels suffer- 
ed a much greater one. I think thh has 
bf en a niu-liing blow to the rebel ion. I 
amhapj.yto state no casualties occurred 

00 either of ih- guuboats. The Tyler ex- 
pended 188 Shells, foar solid ehot, two 
sirantl ol «rafx^, and si.x shrapnell. Inclosed 

1 send you Lieut. Oommandiiig Shirk's re- 
port. * 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Lieut. ;Xommanaina; Division (iuUVui^on 
the T'-nnessee Uiver. 
To Flag-0:hcer A. H Foote. Commanding 
Aaval rorces on Western Waters. 

TuRninaios of Johnston, the head of the 
late rebel Provisional Government in Ken- 
tu'eky, have arrived in Louisville. Johnston 
Was killed at Pittsburg Landing, which 
seenaa to have been a bad place for Johu- 
stous. 



Corrttpondriiceif the Cincinnati OiwHa. 

C.\BUSLK, Ky., April 14, 1S62. 
At a meeting of the Union men held in 
Carlisle, Nicholttb county, Ky , April 14tii, 
the following preamble and resolutions were 
offered by Col. Leonidas Metcalfe and 
adopted, with but one dis.senting voice : 

WuEitKAS, Many persons have beeti 
guilty of the highest crime that can be com 
mitred by man on earth, guilty of treason 
against the best Govf rnment ever invented 
by man, aiid have actually went forth from 
amongst us aud joined the armies of our 
enemi' 8 in time of war, and left here with 
the avowed intention of returning iu a few 
weeks, and cut the throat of every Union 
man or run tbem across the Ohio river, and 
take their property : and others have taken 
oQi-c in a civil capacity under the pretend- 
ed Government of the enemy, and are there- 
by doing all their cowardly souls would 
permit them to do against our glorious 
country — 

No.v, th.reforo. we resolve, that all such 
per-oii3 s^hall never return and live in this 
con/itry, aud we are resolved to use any 
means whatever that is lequiied to prevent 
their return, and will protect any man or 
men that will drive them off. or use anv 
otiier means to rid tho country or the 
world of such vipers. 

Atil all men who have been to the South 
on real or pretend* d trading e.\pedilion?, 
and did not join the armies of or aid the 
entmy, must, neverthele.'s, quit their trea- 
sonable talk; they must behave or share the 
fate of other traitors. Sympathizing with 
the enemy will no longer be tolerated. 

liesijlvcd, 'J'hat any man who claims to 
be u Union man, ami is colloguing and elec 
tioneering with well known secessionists, 
and attempting to ruu for office on such 
grounds, we will treat as secessionists aud 
tools of traitors. 

In a thoroughly patriotic speech, Colonel 
Metcalf supported the resolutions. Among 
other things he said : 

The cry of the Abolitionist is the whip 
that is continually held up to scare the ig- 
uoiantinto the Democratic, and now the 
secession ranks. If you look at things with 
common sense, you are an Abolitionist. It 
is time to put a stop to these insults. They 
cannot listen to reason. The only thing 
you can beat common sense into them with 
is a green sycamore club that will not 
bounce, or a InuUet. A few wholesome 
truths may be bitter, but nevertheless true. 
'I'lie accusation is very common that the 
North favors amalgamation. Now, to tell 
the truth, and shame old Nick, it is prac- 
ticed to a fearful extent throughout the South 
and Kentucky. Go into any of our towns 
and see the different shades and colors. 
Jet black, butt, and brown 
Mongrel, puppy, whelp and hound. 

Bat we will not speak loud on this 
Somebody might be listening. You can 
know every traitor io the laud as plainly 
as you can your hogs, by the ear marks. 
'I'hey have a pass word, by which you can 
know them as well in the night as in the 
daytime — that word is, Abolitionist. That 
is ihe sum t.tal of all their arguments. 

Fellow citizens, you all know t!iat nig- 
ger iij the raw head and bfoody bones, the 
scarecrow, that is continually held up to 
your view, never-ceasing agitation You 
must stand set-tinei all day, with your mus- 
ket, over your dat ling black angels, while 
they work iu the field, to keep somebody 
from stealing them. And you must stand 
watch to keep down insurrection — eternal 
vigilance is the price of nigger. All ef thi-* 
hue -nd cry is kept up when there is not 
the slightest danger. 

Well, gentlemen, does not all of this sug 
gest to your ni:nd a gleam of common 
sense? Dots not the weary sentinel begin 
to ask himself, when will the relief come 
around ? But no relief ever comes. Ah, 
me ! when or how shall I ever find time to 
enjoy myself with my loved one? ? Where 
is that happiness this sacred institution is to 
produce. When shall I rest? Now I see 
this never-ending clamor has at last beat it 
into my head that, I had better take the 
value of the.se gems from Afric's burning 
sands, and invest in something that will not 
forever disturb my peace, use the musket 
on traitors, and take the hoe myself. Nig- 
ger and cotton has produced this rebellio^i, 
and should be u-ade foot the bill. There is 
a big nigger scare still on our Congress. 
They shrink, afraid to take the bull by the 
horns ; it is not just that loyal men should 
fi:rht out the battles to save their country 
Irom the ii^iquity of traitors, and then pay 
the damages they tiave caused. China hud 
to foot the bill with England. Mexico bad 
to come up to the captain's office aud settle, 
and the Swi.-a rebels had to pay lor ail the 
dishes they broke ; and about twenty-five 
dollars per head on nigger, and two cents 
on cotton, will soon pay lor educating the 
Southern mind. 



THE ALLEGED rOW.4KDICE OF 
THE OHIO UKGI.IIGNTS. 

t'rcm the Cincinnati Times, I2ih. 

The lacts in the case are as follows : 

The 53d Ohio, in common with the 48th, 
70th, 72d and 57th, occupied the first line 
of the main center, almost fronting the road 
to Corinth. Skirting all their camps was 
a deep ravine, the back^ of which were cov- 
ered with a dense growth of scrub oak. 
From this the enemy suddenly appeared in 
vast numbers immediately in the camps of 
our forces. At the time of the attack 
many of the men were cooking their break- 
fast", and none of them were at all iu ex- 
pectation of the arrival of the foe. 

It was at this time, when other regi- 
ments made an effort to get into line and 
return the fire of the enemy, that it was 
-lid upon the field " that the 53d had re- 
tired to the second line of our forces with- 
out discharging their guns," No other 
charge was made against them than is em- 
bodied in these words. All of the above 
na.ned regiments were forced to seek a po- 
sition on the second line, making either more 
or less resistance as they did so, their efforts 
being altogether controlled by the time af- 
forded them in the suddenness of the at- 
tack to seize their arms and get into line. 

Our correspondent did not see any regi^ 
ment " sent to the rear in disgrace," nor 
does he believe that any were so homiliated 
or deserving of such an order. The regi- 
ment referred to in bis report was already 
in the rear at the opening of the battle, and 
they persistency determined to 'emain 
there. 



A Sr-AVE Pen Discovkred. — The Balti- 
more correpondent of the New York Post 
writes : 

A flave pen in the forest between this 
city and Annapolis has been recently dis- 
covered. It is the Fpnt to which kidnapped 
free colored people were carried so as to 
elude discovery. The friends of missing 
victims have been for a long time in despair 
bat the hidiug place has at last b«en reveal- 
ed. In former days the slave traders united 



to punish ki laappeis, nu 1 were always 
reaily to subjeo* tii^ir ptirc'iagts to public 
inspi etion, so as to prtveot kidoappino-. 
The present breed of thfSt,- princely dealei's 
in hiuiian flts'i, make fish ol all lliat coiUv' 
into their nets. 1 was t'>id u day or two 
ago, by an old Marylaudcr, that the num- 
ber of kidnapp:d free negroes in this Stale 
IS estimated by shrewd observers to be not 
less than tew thousand in the last ten years. 

— ■ -m^m 

THE OGVILISU INSrirHTION. 

Let us rejoice that " neither slavery nor 
involuntary servitude, except for crime 
whtreof the party shall be duly convicted, 
shall hereafter exist in this District,"' when 
we read such heart-rending stories as the 
following, which was hand, d to us a day or 
two since. We feel a deeper sense of g'rat- 
itude to God for the hope that the -'end is 
near " for such and kindred abominations 
produced by the '• institution." It will be 
seen that it is from a colored woman, then 
a slave. It is written in a tolerably fair fe 
male hand, but bears evidence, in gramati- 
cat coni truction, and the use of language, 
of being written by a slave. We give the 
substance : 

Washington, D. C. 

Siu ; I am a poor distressed woman with 
three little children around me. I have 
left my owner, not because of anyihing 
wliich I have done, but after beating 
me severely they put me in jail and 
kept me there three weeks, because I 
would not consent to go into ti.e country. 
They then took me out because I was about 
to be ctmfined. This was two taonths ago. 
Tiiey are now after me to go into the coun- 
try. Just before I left thein they beat me 
aiiain for refusing to go. They then brought 
a hack up to the door, wuh the iutention 
of taking me and my children away by force, 
and God knows where they were going to 
carry uie ; I could not tell. My owers 
are secessionists. I succeeded iu" mak- 
ing my escape with my children be 
fore they got hold of us. My master vows 
he w 11 have bis will and pleasure with me 
if I am above the ground, and I have no 
doubt he will get me yet, for he, with oiher 
men to assist him, are scouring the Island 
every night Id search of me, and others of 
my condition. They took one woman and 
her child away last night. She screamed 
'' Murder," but no person catne to her 
relief For God's sake, can nothing be 
done to save me ? — National RepuUkan. 

GENERAL PHELPS. 

A Ship Island correspondent of the Glou- 
cester Telegraph sketches General Phelps' 
peculiarities after the following fashion : 

General Phelps is a character. He is 
perfectly Democratic in his habits. Many 
a Colonel, and even Captain, would do well 
to follow his simp'icity of style. He lives 
in a common tent, which is pitched close 
by the sidewalk, with nothing to distinguish 
it but a sentinel who paces before it during 
only the day. Close by is what I supposed 
for sometime to be a traveling daguerreo- 
type saloon, but at last found out was his 
office. He does not have a bed, but takes 
his blanket and sleeps on the floor. His 
food is common soldiers' fare. One of our 
Lieutenants beard him the other day tell 
what a nice dish ot rice and molasses he 
had had for supper the night before. He 
dresses with great plainness, has but one 
servant, and doe-} not even keep a horse. 
He takes only his monthly pay from the 
Government, and all his allowances he turns 
into the treasury He says that extrava- 
gance IS ruining the Government, and he 
will not be a purty to it. Every officer 
be ho.ds to a strict account, especially the 
Quartermasters. No ono can "do anything 
tiiat he does not have an oVer-ight of. 

He has made the Z Hiave.s doff their 
showy trappings aud donthe regulation uni- 
form. He puts tho officers through in 
great ?hape, and does not hesitate to blow 
them upon parade when they de-serve it. 
To his men he is very kind and lenient, and 
is much beloved i)y them all. Ho has a 
rich Yankee drawl in his voice which it 
makes one laugh to hear. This model 
General honored me witli t brief speech on 
parade the other day, loswit: ".Sergeant, 
turn about and stand nerfectly still. Don't 
budj^e an inch'" 



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JL, O C .f JL S 



APKIL.— Hkal tub Siok.— DiseascK cl tho Ro«|dH 
nu.l SiQiiiaoh are .tlwuyR c^u.s«<) bjr Unre deposita of 
hoiilul iimiltT, 1 ti t)y b.id i>r iiupure blood in those 
iiuperlrui uixaos, uuj iba poiMouous material in thin 
V tiatii.! tiluod, acting; on thx ;iy^tem, maken it ton weak 
l» tlu-ow off thU matter by the natural chanuriU, or 
II any is ciirri^l oU' it jg a very uuall portion. So 
ii i«(< liisrrhea and tly^eute^y, colic, cosliveness, bad 
breath, iudigeslion, nauHea, less ol appetite, belching 
"!' wir..! oflf thfi Ktomaeh , tte. To cure at thesu, •' the 
bl.j.Hi U the life," and niubt be perfectly pure and 
clean, tnan you cannot be »iek. A short use of JUD- 
?>N'S MOL'.VTAIS UKRB PiLLS "ill delight you. 
You will feci -with surprise their mi)?h*y power, aad 
be willing to eay with the rod man of the Weat, truly 
they are the " mgbty healer.'' 

Sold by all Medicine dealers. apr5 

DiPTHBKu A.V0 C«tocp.— For ihese formidable and 
lUufcerous .iisea.ses, Traak'n Magnetic Ointment is an 
uiifi'.iliDg reaiedy, it used in season. Apply fretly to 
the Thtoat and Chest and cover wuh a hot llinnel. 
Ths omtment has be n before the public over twenty 
yearn, and its constantly increasiug d njiind has es . 
ublifihed it.^ reputitioa as a superior Liniment in all 
Ol! es where a soothing and lelaxing remedy is inquir- 
ed, particularly in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Inflam- 
mation of the Bowels and Kidney.s, Spinal affecliono. 
Sore Kye.'!, Burns, Tiles, A'ounds and Bruises. 

Sold by all Drug^iste— prce 25 cts. marlSd&w 



gX)TELS, SA 1 PONS, ^glj, 

Fliai I>oor Kiut of tUe PotiC Oflice. 



The Old Established 

WHO].l<.i.iLK ANU 1 KTaIL 



(iKCOERlES. 



) 



Theo.^t and Lrsfos.— At this season of the 
yc.tr, when coughs and colds are troublesome 
every family should have a sate and certain 
remedy at hand. Ransom's Hive Syrup and 
Tolu 13 the very thing. It is not only pleas- 
ant lor children to take, but is a certam cure 



for Croup, Wtioopine (Jough, Bronchitis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, and all " " 
and Lungs. 



ma, coughs, and alT attectioas of the Throat 
id Lungs. 
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 cents. 



Privatk Mii.iisKRY.— Mrs. M. T,. STOAKFS respect- 
lal y announces to the ladies of St. Paul and vicioity, 
that she is prepared to make all kinds of tILK A.\D 
SrUAW BO.VNETS at her private residence on Wash- 
mgton R'reet, in the rear of the City Hall. My atten- 
tion wiU be given entirely to Millinery, and, with many 
ye-Ars' experience, 1 fl.ttter mygeif I cannot fail to 
please the most fastidious. 

A handso'ne assortment of Feathers, Flowers and 
Ribbons will be kept constantly on hand and no pains 
wi!; be spared to have the latest patterns. 

X. B. My general day of opeoing will be on Thurs- 
'.ay. May l..it. In the meantime I am prepared to do 
Spring work. Bleaching and Pressing, and all kinds 
o! repairing done on the .shorte.^t notice. marl9.3m 



JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 

MR. I.AHK, formerly of the " Onr House," re- 

Bp««tfully announces t« his old friends aud all other 
men — no boys iu — that, he is now fairly under way ; 
an'l proclaims that be «ill furnish as good an KVK 
OPENER as " any other man" in this city. 

.i variety of reading matter can always be foond 
on Mr. I^hr's tables, also atationery, Jgc. fe9'jy 

MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

M. POTUIGSSU, Proprietor, 

Corner 6th & Wabashaw streets, St. Paul, Minn. 

This house is the most ceutrally located in the city, 
is .)wnel and conducted by the undsrsipned, who, 
from long experience, feels competent to give entire 
saligfaction to all who may favor the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

<>>mfortable and commodious stables are attached 
to the house. 

Board by the day or week at prices corresponding 
with the times. N. POTGIESKR. 

dpc3-lv. 



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nUuMljiil nUUolij ^amil 



s. K. r> u i ]sr A M . 

ORVI'.K 3r4 A.ND MAKKkT STREKTS ST. l-Afl-. 
WBOuL-iaui Axn krail olalek i.v 



or 



TffE immense stock of millinery and cy articles 
just opened at DtJGAN'd, above the Bridge, Third 
street, St Paul, where the wax lady is in the window, 
don't look like hard times. For quantity and styles, 
it is nnparalleled in the West. They have added a 
full line of drea.s and housekeeping goods, cloaks, 
shawls, embroideries, hosiery, gloves, trimmings and 
ornaments of every description. Piles oi cloths and 
;iQCi cloaking. Ladies acknowledge the designs bu. 
perb and prices moderate. octl6 



UcoA.w's Millinery and Dry Goods Rooms are crowd 
ed daily, t'h'^y are selling a choice stock of Dry Good 
received from New York, at cost (all new and pretty) 
with an immense stock of bonnets, ribbons , laces and 
Millinery s;oods of every description less than cost. 
Bleached linens, shirt bosoms and white goods in any 
quantity are selling right along— embroideries at a 
sacriflce. Parasols, fans, lace mits and summer goods 
generally at what any respectable customer is willing 
to give. Price not the object— they must get money. 
I^udies, now is the time to buy. The store is Ko. 2 
Roilgyra' Block, above the bridge, Third street , St. 
Paul, oppo"ite the Express Office, where the wax lady 
iu the window. 



LA.vn FOR SAI.K OK EXCHA.NGK.— 1080 acres m Mower 
county, well adapted for sheep and stock, low tor 
cash, or for good unencumbered property in St. Paul, 
or a farm in its vicinity. Address Box 1892, St. Paul 
Post Office. nov.3 



— Charles Carroll, a grandson of the 
signer of the Declaration ot Independence, 
and with one exception the largest slave- 
holder in Maryland, is enthusiastic in his 
.support of the proposition of the President 
for compensated emancipation in his State. 
M. Tarish, also a grandson of the signer, 
holds the same views. 

VIRGINIA. 

Ah me, what tricks plays Father Time : 

Some sly, some sober, and some scurvy ; — 
Forever in his pantomime 

The shilling scenes fly topsy^tnrvey. 
Round spins the whirligig, and Io ! 

As if Confusion's self had caught 'em. 
Head over heels the puppets go. 

Knocked into pi from top to bottom. 

There's old Virginia now, the theme 

Of Statesman, Orator, and Poet ; 
Who, having lost her layer of cream. 

Shows nothing but skim-mllk below it. 
The mother of our Washington 

Clasped in the arms of Judas Davis ; 
Flaunting her wickedness upon 

The soil 'neath which the hero's grave is. 

And Patrick Henry's blazing speech, 

Wherewith he smote the cheeks of evil, 
Exchanged for Fryer's blatant screech, 

And Wise's rant, and Letcher's drivel. 
And all ber fastnesses and glens, 

Scarred once with Honor's sacred battles, 
Turned into horrid breeding pens, 

And marts for sale of human chattels. 

No more upon her crested seal 

Appears the motto of her glory ; 
Trodden beneath the Traitor's heel. 

Lies prostrate Freedom, bruised and gory. 
"Sic semper tyrannis," erased ; 

"Sic semper Lidertas," engraved ; 
Poor old Virginia! how abased, 

How low, how wretched, how enslaved. 

Alas her stately courtesies, 

That into utter dark have sunken; 
Alas her modern F. F. V.'s, 

Most human when they are most drunken. 
Alas her chivalry that makes 

Its Knights swear fealty to Treason ; 
That vows by bludgeons, and mistakes 

A knife or baiter for a reason ! 

slayer of thine honest fame ! 

she-wolf, giving suck to devils! 
shameless partner in the shame 

Of bloody Murder's blackest revels ! 
Lo, on thy forehead, 'Ichabod,' 

In purple welts is writ for warning; 
To make, thro' all the years of God, 

Thy infamy the nation's scorning I 

CLARENCE BUTLEE. 

Saint Pacl, April 24tb. 1362. 



Otra Hoc^s, Third iSTRSKT, Opposite Akmorv Hal . 
H. F. K Virr.Proprie or.— This old established house 
;^ in full operation, and is prepared to furnish vaaU 
at all hours of the day cr night. The bar is supplied 
with the very bast Liqhors. The larder is alwajR 
u'l. Oysters at 25 ?.nl 3a cents per dozen. Hot 
Coffee, Steaks, &c. &c. Give me a call. 

feliVe-.lly H. F. K. VTT. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

DEALEB IN 

REAL ESTATE, 
*r. pjuL, jniJVjvusoT,^!. 

Will also locate Land Warrants and sell Real Es- 
tate on CommisHiou. 
April 16, 1S8'2. declOd&wly. 



TO HENT. 



From and after the first day of April, 1M2, a Urge 
and commodious 

FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, 

favorably known as the Central Houai^. 
Apply to joBW a. PRINOE^ 

marlStr 



J. J. DUG AN S 
MILLINERY STORE 

REMOVED TO THE 
CATHOLIC BLOCK 

A few doors below Day k. Jenks's Dmg Store, 3d st. 
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS always 

aprl6;lm 




.H IJV'JVIi S r«f 

Mail packei-. 



BirBU 



T E L O P E , 

FROM SAIXT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

^^?^_^ Will run dally between the above named 
points, leavin? Carver at 5, Caaska at 6, 
and Shakopee a: 7 o'o'ock, arri'ing at 
?t Paul in time to connect, with the l.aCrosse, Prai- 
rie du Ohien, Dubuq je and Dunleith line of packets. 
I.eaves .St. Paul, Lower Levee at "2 : Upper l.evee,at 
2)4 P- M. GEOKUE HOOGHToN, Master. 

_apr22«m 

St. Panl, Shakopee, CarTcr and Ihaska 
EXPRESS PACKET. 



The FAST and LIGHT DRAUGHT steamer 

CLARA HIVE 

Will make .iaily trips (Samiay excepted) between St. 
Paul and Carver , touching at a 1 intermediate land- 
ings. Will arrive at St. Paul at 9>i o'clock , A M., 
and leave the lower levee at two o'clock, P. M., and 
the upper landing at 2>i P. M. 

Passengers traveling by this boat will be in time to 
take the morning packets for points down the river. 

St. Paul, April 'l\, 1862. spr22-6m 



LEMONS 

AND 

O K ^ N G E S 

Just received and for sale by 

UPHAM & HOLMES. 

apT23 

Oranges and Lemons ! 

MAPLE SUaAR. 
QKEEN APPLES. 

Sweet Cider. 

At [apr23J BI. JK. KBt,l,OGG'S. 



jy B jyr R V o R i. ts ja ^ jr .v, 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER, 

Oppo8it« th* American Hoom, Third street, St. Paul. 

WlGi», TOUPEBS & LADIS8' ORNAMENTAL HAIR 
O! every dweriptton atw^y* o" hand aad ia»dat« 
order ^n'tlM rtiarlMI ootioe. feM-<MB 



UMOJ> HAJ.L, 

« ** fi K O It ti B n B J\' X, 

Who has removed his well known establishment 
from the basement to the rii>^i floor. His Hallis fitted 
up in a first class style and the bar is stocked with 
tlie finest iuiported Li(iuors aud Wmes. Lill's XXX 
Stock Al**, and Pittsburgh Ale and Porter. His No 1 
Oysters are served up in a gooil style tor the low price 
ot only 30 cents per dozen. Remembtr the L'NION 
H.iH., below Davenport's Book Store, Third street. 

l27-<ny 

fittsbijroh: 

Ale Unci Porter Depot, 

J^CJ£SOJ\' ST. JiBT»BJb:J\ 5IA *• Gth. 

M. DORNIDEN. 

Has jnflt received a splendid stock of the above, 
Ajes and Porter, which he will warrant superiortoany 
in the city, and will sejl cheap for cash, by the barrsl, 
hfclf barrel, bo* tie or glass. 

Also a tine stock of Liquors and Cigars at wbole- 
«al>" HO'^ rurail - — oo. i_ 



SKNUi (iREKTlNG TO HIS CUSTOMERS! IN 
MIN.NESUTA, l.V L'AKOTA TERRITO- 
RY, AND BEYOND THE BRITISH LINE. 



n,.v2t: Iv 



FOR SALE. 



I'he Second Annual Report 

OF Tflg 

CO.MSIISSIONER Of STATISTICS 

Is for sale at^his office at the Capitol, or at the Book 
Stores in St. Paul. Orders by mail most hn ad* 
diessed to the undersigned . 

Price— covering the cost of publishing and mailing 

35 CENTS PER COPY. 
J. A. WHEELOCK, 

Commissioner of Statistics. 
March 10. 1862. nmrll :3m 



That being one of the Oldest JJutiness Houses in 
the State, (the present being tl e eleventh year of 
its existence,) R. MARVIN feels confidant that he 
i:eed not urge its claims on the public patronage. 
The extent of country over whj:h its bu^^iness has 
spread IB the bent proof that its ir;aim« are not un- 
recognized. The unwavering datermination which 
he has telt tince the crisis, and in the hardest times, 
to maintain his basinets tnd pla<e it on a par with 
simiUr estabUshments in the largest cities of the 
West, have been ao fully appreaated by the mer- 
chants of the State, that he feels bound to ledouble 
his eQorts, not only for the benelit of his business, 
but for the pride he feelj in his a 'opted city. 

Mr. R. would call on the cititens of St. Pan!, and 
especially the old residents who remember " the day 
of small things," not to forget tl at he h<ill has a 

RETAILING D K P A HT M K N 7 

lor everything in his line, iniludmg also. 

Carbon Oil aiid Lamps 

OF EVERY KIND, 

OlilMXEYS k WICKS. 
OIL CANS, &c.. &c., &c., 

A Fine 8tock of 

FREXCII CHINA, 
FIXK AND COMMON TABLK CUTLKBY 

A Large Stock of 
MiRBORS K M.OOKIJ>'G~GL,Ji8SB9. 

An Immense Sttck of 

aLASSW ARE. 

St. Paul. .January . 1862. janliUyJ 

APRIL TENTH.' 



1863. 



1862. 



1862. 



Important to Shippers 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Paul lor the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAILROAD, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

Would respectfully call your attention to the supe- 
nor advantogea offered by them over any other com 

peting line. 

THROUGH CONTRACTS 

Will be given to all points East. 
kU. CLALMS FOR OVERCH.VRGFa OR DAMAGfS 
Vfill be settled upon presentation. 

We will algo have the ageniry of 
DAVIDSOX'S LINE OF STEAMERS 
On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacros.se and Milwaukee lane receive and for 
ward all freiitht FREE OF WAREHOUSE CHARGES 
AT SAINT PAUL. 

43 MERCHANTS who design visiting the East for 
Goods will please give ns a call and obtain FULL 
tARTIOULARS. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

St. Paul, Feb 26, 1862. feb26:d*wy 



NEW SPKING STOCK. 

I am prepared to exhibit a desirable stock of 

Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, 

At prices that will not f.til 

TO GIVE SATISFACTION. 

Consfiatiug cf 

DRESS GOODS 

In gteat variety. 

Shawls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
Grloves, 

MEN'S WEAR, &o. 
CALL AND SEE GOODS & PRICES, 

At the new store of 

A. S. ELFELT, 

aprlP:lm next door to Pioneer office. 



>^ET\^ SUG -A.IIS I 



OOOLEY, TOWER & 00. 

Are juBt in receipt, per steamer Milwaukee, qf their 
flrat installment of 

GrROCERIES, 

Including SEVENTY-FIVE PAOKAOES of aMorted 

P. R. COFFEE, 

CRUSHED & GRAN. SUGARS, 



At low figures for caah 



aprl9:lw 



W JS •^ jy 4 M Jf It 8 M M M M m ^ 

iBUlLDERS. 

Shop in old Baptist Oharoh BuiIdiqc.''onXi£ll> street 
nimr Jackson. " AH kinds of Carpenter Work done (o 
oi4«r. 



.91. 



8MB MRB , ^ mcmiTBCT, 

•OSea in MMne bailding as I.ieoD»rd It Bheire'a 
Oidl>«Bter Aop, OB fifth gtreet. near JaokMw. De- 
ri|{as. Plans, and Speeiflcations fior '*""i1i^ ff ctwt 
itmtvtaa, prepHvd on sttorf boMm. ^IbUB-i* 



Y GllOCERlKS 

i^kovisio:ns. 



Keeps constantly nn band a lull stock of Choice 
Good... suited to this mark-t, including Floor, Ooru 
Meal, Buekwueat Flour. Fresh Rjii, Jar and Fiikin 
Butter, Drie.l Fruits of all kinds, inelndiog a large 
quantity oi 

RASPBERRIES. 

Also Wooden Ware, Roast'; 1 iind <ire«*n CoQee. Spi- 
ces, Pii;k!cM, Choice tireea anu Black Tean, Sugar ol 
alKiradei, and in shorl. everything usually found io a 
wellasK rted <>«tal>ii>'hnient. vo which he inviieH the 
e pecial atuniion of all wn» wnat NICE GOODS AT A 
Fair price. nov U :ly . 

J . B 7 SLIGHTER 

DKALKK Ul 

Family Groceries 



3?ROVISIOISiSI 

AGENCY t'F THE CKLKBRATKU DCNDAS MIU. 
FLutR. 

CORNER Ith ANV JACKSON STMiiM7:i, 

Opposite International Hotel 



(jOODS DEUVERKD FRKK of CHARGE TO ANY 
PART OF liTE CITY. 



•IO ^'**** CUOtCB BJjnnVRGU 

"^^ fui«-se, for sale cheup iiy .1 B. ^UCHTUt, 
«■• mer Tth hnd .lat^kKon. 

^Ik'BtiT J.X-U PI! KB VuTii LtMHiR. 

'^ Jmit received and for tA.e by the barn-l and gal- 
lon, at ^LrcaTi':R\-!, 

corner 7tb and Jackson 



A NEW LOT or 



SPRIG DRESS GOODS 



^^a Urge lot oi Fresh Can and I're.-erved Frujts 
a« ^'l.M'HTKK'.S 



*"'5^'^'^'ii;l the chicce and lavorile biiuids 
Also a tine lol ot pure TurSiish tmoking, and tine 
cm Chewing Tobacco — the BEaT in the city— lor sale 
at prices to soit the time:<, at SIJCHT'-R'S 
Opposite tlie IntF inational Hotel. 

»*• VOV ^RB iJS' U'JJ\'T «/'' J 

■^ supply i.f Fam-ly '.iroctrits, call at the corner of 
7 th and Jaok.son sireeti*, wh«'re you will tind the best 
■ulected stock o! Family Groceries in the city, and 
w here your wan ta will t>e supplied at prioes to suit 
liie limes. nov22-ly. 

*Ji| RJIRHMil^S «>• THB BBST .*.V- 

•'^' '.I e\piosive, straw colore! Carbon Oil, at 
V OMPiili no.N PKlCli»,by the barrel acl gallon, at 

StJCHTfR'S 



A T 



HOGANJ CAllP'S. 

GILBERT HUBBARD & GO. 

SAIL MAKERS, 

V'holesale and retail dea'.eri in 

TWINES AND CORDAGE, 

'^03 and '/i07 Wsit4>r Street, 

CHICAUO, JLL, 

^oufd call v*rticulir attention of the trade to o ir 
stock, as T»-e at all timc^ i.ir« thf U-^-st and 
best assortment in the We^t n' Manilla tind Tarred 
Rope, DitclrJug R<;pe.H, Baifs. E«gj;ing and Bi.rlaps, 
Canvas, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, OSu.inu and Tackle Blocks , 

COAL TAR ROOFI.NG, PITCH k FELTING, 

Bed OordK, Clotkies Lines, Broom Twines all qualitie'^. 
Wrapping Twinen in bundles or barrels. Belt audciahh 
CoriiB. Ne*s and Seines. 

COTrON, FLAG AXD HEMP TWINES 

Of every description. 

TENTS ! TENTS ! TEVTS ! TP^NTS! 

Of every kiid. 
TARPAULINS AND WAGON COVERS 

Made in any quantity at short notice. 

REGntE.VTAL COLORS. STANDARDS, FLAGS, 

GUIDONS, *c &c. 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Ai-my RegulatlonH, con- 
stantly on hand aud made to o -der. mar3u:d2m 



a^KBSU OfSTBliS RBCBl^Bit RW 

■B- txpie-ti oaily — Maitiiy's celebrated Pear! Oys- 
ters — for sale by the ca.se o. can, at the lowest ratea, 
at .SLHHTFR'.S. 

150 Barrels 
COARSE 6^ FINE SALT. 

For sale by E. & H. Y. BE! L. 

.ianSdtf. 



fH.ia w. WOOIiT. 



a. T. iLaooauLST 



MILL FITRWISHING. 



CHICAGO BRANCH OK JOHN T. NOYE'S 

OLD BUFFALO MILL FLJKNISUING ES- 

TABLlSHilENT, ESTABLISHED 1834. 



JOHIN T. NOYE, 

FLOUH PACKER, 

Manufacturer of every descn ption of 

MILL MACIirisTERY 

AND 

French Burr Mill Stones. 



C. W. WOOLLEY &CO., 

LOWER LEVEE. SAJNl fAVL 

w OKA\^^ii D I :Nra 

AND 

Gommission Itt e re h a n I s, 

DEALERS IN (iROOKRIES* 

■tUain, provisions, LIMF cC, <to. 

AND 
J G E N 1 S f ft U J H X 

ILUNOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 

fENNSTLVANLA RAILROAD, 

UaTidacn's Line ofSteameii^, Uinnesota River, 
Northern Tnir, portation t-'ompany from the Ewt ^ 
Kxct'lcK.r " Young Aui>Tic«" Conn Cobb Mill, 
Wiiodward'N t-muttej and SeparatOi, 
Kerosene Oil Oompauy of New "j ork. 
Contracts for Transportation between St. Paul, Bos 
i.>n. .Ne»Knit!and, Mo.iin .il, NVw York and all paints 
.Kast. made upon the lowest au.l most favoraitie terms 
oy the NcirUieru Traa pottatioo ComtO'.cy 
Mark pxcknges. 

" WOOLXiT & CO. 
Si. Paci. 

For 

.'aiiuarv 1 l«R->_il1v 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENT TURBINE WA- 
TER WHEl'iLS 
Fitted with Oast Steel or Boilei Iron Riickett, -war- 
ranted to produce a high per ceiiage of power. 

IMPROVED SMUT MACHINF5 AND SEPARATORS 

OAT AND CKAIN SBPARATURS. 

John T. Noye's Iroprov-d Centrifugal, Feeding, Flour- 
ing anu Grist Milis. 

CJST 8TBBJL JBALL, PICKS. 

Also, DUFOUR & CO.'s CELEBRATED 

Anchor Brand Bo.lt iu^ Cloth 

MILL CASTINGS.— The .-ntire Machinery of 
Mil'S, from the snialleet Castings to the whole ar- 
rangement for the largest cla»s of Flouring Mills, a t 
much le.«8 cost than is u^ual wi 1 be farnisbed at » y 
Manuafctory, and Branch at Chi ago, 111. 

JOHN T. NOYE. Buaalo,N. yT 

JUrai. F. RrOITBt Agent. 
28 Market street, Lin<l'D Block, Chicago. 

JoHX WcBSTBR, Millwright. aprll^m 

J. 0. &H. C. BUHB;VNE &Co.. AgenU at St. Paul. 

NEW CUS'l'OM 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



I have opened a first elaas BOtT AND SHOE STORE 
in the Phenix Block, second dor from the Bridge, 
where I shall be pleased to see a 1 of my old friend^ 
and customers, pledging myself to sell as low as any 
other house ia the city. 

The custom d -partment will bs under the saperris- 
ion of Mr. J. SHEILKR, whose repuUt on is we! 
esublished for being the best bo<.tmaker in the city. 

AU work warranted. 

E. E. HUQHSON, 

iiiar22uily j^^^^. 

nn 9 M j 



Japanese WHEAT. 

A Nrw Ki.vD or Grai.v i.x..W!» jis Japanbse Whkat 

H ISTiiOI>CCM> TO TUK I'fBUC AHL' FaKXIBS 
OF MlN.«»K>TA, 

Hy the subscribers, M'ho have grown it on their plac« 
ia6t year. This remarikaMe Wheat i^ amazingly pro- 
uuttive, producing! over one hundred bui-he'..-. to the 
iicre. It niatureA in suveaty days from the time it is 
town, and we<i;h'4 tifty six pounds to the bushel 
The Ijeads of the gra-n average ten inches m length. 
I'- ripens while {ne leaves and <tiilk are green. The 
Htaik 1* so Ktrongthat it never lodges during the most 
>u*rere htorms. It will fatten hogs as wel as corn, 
:i-i " at le-s than one half ot tbe expense. It produces 
Tom three to sir tons of fodder to the acre fully 
I'jual to 'he best timothy or clover hay It.s nutn- 
txms qualities are such tbit :il! k;D't.t of stick prefer 
i' t anv ot tpe g'-a"->eK umsI for fodder, after a very 
larj^ (ripnrticn of the ^ruo in thresoe ! off. It will 
stand the moKl s^vure drouth. It is excellent for 
r-«jini; joa.ry. It yieidn thirty pounds ol Fiour to 
tile bushel. 

Price— 0.\"K DOLLiR per package, with full direc- 
ttonx. 

49" '"'' package sown as directed, will produce 
e'loiiKh seed to raise next year from 600 to 800 bush- 
els of t' e Wheat. 

So'd by tl.e following Agents in St. Paul : 
B. Gallaway ; -I. C. Raguet * Co.; 

Day & Ji-ijks ; Oons. Weide & Bros.; 

B. Presley ; E. W. Eddy ; 

Beaumont & (iordoa. 

For sale in Minpeapolis by W. H. Leonard & 0'>. 
Oreely « Gray ; O. M. L<rawav; Kelly A Bro. 

:t Anthony— Charles Crawford, T F. &6.H. An 
drews. 

4^Pertions living at a distance can be *<nppUed 
wi'h a package per mail, by (.ending a dollar and Icur 
pt^N age tii»mp» eoclo*e>: in an envelope, addreesed to 
K. GaI.LaWaY, St. taul, or W. H. LKONAKD, Mln 
oeapolis 

II. & R. JACKSOH, 

ftbT^J^-wSm lj<ke Minnetonka. 

St. Paul Chair Factory. 

GALLEY & JANSEN, 

ManuUcturer. and Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

C H A. I R S 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
l»>*«»A««e •.(''«'(| <"'• 5th it eth, 8t. Pmmt, 



We are prepared to ««»pply the trade with the very 
best quality of work, made under our peraooal super 
vision, and 
WJi BMAJyTB Mt BVPBMiBB 

To any manufkcl 'i*'*'^ '° ^^* State. 

Twelve years exp.^'rience in this trade enables us to 
^ good work in good b *»'•• 

We reier to the foUowin ' Pn»e'P*> Cabinet dealers 
of St. Paul, who se;i onr wor.'^ *" prelercnae to that 
of other manufacturers, for the i '*^" ^^^ ^'^ •*"" 
Bider ours the best. 

F. H;!<lebrand, | J. «. DenniK ^{4^,^ 



.1. Iionev, 



JV 



THE STONE STORE 

On Wabashaw street, near Third from May 1st, 18«2, 
for one or a term of years. Alst to lease lots on the 
Lsree, Wabashaw and Third nreets. 

ffiVMCSR fc OAKTKB, 
April 10th, IMi. apU;lm lageraon's Block, 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One oi the best 
CLAIRVOYANTS k PORIUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, esn be consulted for a short tin* 
at her residence on Kghth street, between Wabashaw 
and St. Peter, name on tbe door. 

Terms— Clairvoyant Eramiuations , $1 ; Past,Pr«». 
eot and Future Ladies, 26 cenU, Gentlemen, 50 oenU 

Honr* rrrm 9 A. M. to 9 P M. apr2«m 

UJVIOW HOTEL, 

JU. J.VBBJVBBIMBRy ProprUUr^ 

OOE. 4th k WABA.SHAW 8TS. ST. PAUL. 
GOOD STABUNO ia oooneetion with the Hooae. 

This bouse has been built thiK summer, is Att«d as 
and famished ia the best style, »nd is preoared to 
aoeoiniuodate trtvelers and b^nlers on r«i8lm*Mi 

Board by the day or weak as low as any otter 
in the oily. -- ^ »«^ »« 





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IN VK< 

ST. I'iVL UilLY AND Wi^KkLY FBKbS. 

ra» UNBs i» 1 »irAK(, fkixi; a lkhal rouo. 
U':vjA1, AlWKllTlsKUKMS. 
rmai^suiCD o.xcs: v wkkk, uthkk in oailv or w««klt 

Virsi. Vu>"it<ou To Ont« per SJquaie. 

Eai-U »«bo«iqm>nt iiui»rUyii.oT\ '■ " 

L«-;:al Vilvertisemrius pulilishfJ al tha expeOBe ol 
the Ali«>rQf v» oracnug, au<l not deU>able for tlir le- 
Ml ;.r.-o«feJiag.i, butoJUectable iu ^dfuw.nr on de»i-'- 
•ry '••i Alti.'aTit. rubli»ht<r^ uol iM:oountftt<le for tiie 
accuracy of l-^.il a-lvfrtirteOiful.t Iwyoml tlie aiuouut 
ebarK>^l UT tlici" yublicAlion 

Aviv*tijtew«;utfr i)ubli«UeJ lu both th'' fJaily an>l 
Wei-ttlv ■will be chAri^tnl the loU daUy raWi. with one 
h»l! •.;"!.• »«lily tAUw H<\iiiNl 

A.iv.-rti«-uicu'.-- 'i«)*.itHl an«i jii*c«ti umler the head 
of s'if'.nl Sol.O''", if t»o Ime.-. orover, will be charged 
dout> the u-U'l rat«"« ; if uaii^T tbat ainoant, lif'.y 
ceuta tur e«eh iiutorliou. 

Y.^vrlv adnTli-i-r< to p!i,y quarterly. 

A iver;i!<i?meuts, tur a l«iw iiiue than three months, 
la b : paid in advaaee. 

»»" A IIakv.).>, Ksq., at Minne.ipoUa, and Wrr- 
■OK-: O'tiKikN, h^ , at St. AmUuuy.Willacias At;.ut,-. 
In mrcu'atujjj the Daii-t TKitiM iu tUeir respective 
tow.i-i. 

jj^-DUcrtdiV't Illinois and Wi«coumiu curreocy 
•em 'o us heteafler will b*- received only at the rates 
kt wl.ich we CHD dejiortit it. ajid oredit wlU be ijiven 
Krwr.liagly 

[H>«t ORice. St. Paul, Mluiiesoiu. 



' U^WftM BaW 



rHR SAINT PAUL PRESS, SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1862 



E9i 



wtaampM. 



BURBA NK'S STAGES. 



1861 WINTKR 1862 

ARKANGi^KIMliilSrT ! 



jyncB uoriu». 

Ou wees tUys iroiu T >'cIocli a 31 



Oa .■iandays.Crom VI o'cU-ck : 



to T o'clock r % 
to 1 o'olocki". M. 



■OLIU-i l>K AKSIVAL AND D«l-A-Rlv Kli OK THX MAIld. 

St. r'.nji to \a Croao, e;ary nar vje eaotern and 

•ou'.hera mail- 
Leave!) dailv, except Fn<li\ , at 6 A. n. 
Arrlr»«daiiv, excel)' Tuesday, at '•'''• *• 
St. :'-tul to" Kail'' ■ ' :^t. Cr.iix, Wiscoasin, via dtiU- 

«iit<?r, IdHvaadai!.. , except Sunday, at 7 A. M. Arrives 

imi'-.y . fioept s.iuiuiy , Rt 1- m . 

3; Paul I'row Wing, (Upl>er Mi-wiamppi river,) 

|«aTMii .laily, except Suuday , for :jt. Anthony and Min- 

neapo. -, at S a. M. and- P. M. 
M.l'aullo St. «:ioud and Crow Wing, Monday 

Wedneaiay and Kriday.at 5 a. M. 

4.rrive(« daily . except Sunday, from St. .^.nthony an 

Miua-apolin at 6 H 3t 

Ari.ven from St. Cload Tae-sday, Ttiur.->day an 

Saturday, at < v m. 

\\\u* i;ir Fort Abercrombie. Breckinridge, &c , on 

Ke-l Ki»er,»rediiip«tehed oa Monday and Friday, at 

»A.t 

:*t I'aul to ^utb Bend, Minuefujta river, leaven dai- 
l/..S>:»-pl Sutidiiys.at (> a. «. .•Vrrives daily, except 
&U!<d>k\, at &P.X. 

•^t Paul to .VorthHeld, carrvins mail for Faribault, 
ijw:it.-u.ia k^- . K-ave- .Monday , Wednesday and Friday, 
s,: :. 4. s Arrivts. Tuiday, Thursday and Saturday, 

at T P. li- 
st f-iut to l\««)r-i.h, Iowa, via Cannon Falls, Koch: 
••tec, asc.. ••'ivos .Uoaday aud T»iurKUy,at 7 a.m. 
Arrives at St. ?aul, Wednesday auu Saturday, at 7 

SI. Paul to Superior, ^isoon'tin, leave* Monday and 
to -"^unrise city only, Thursday, at 5 am. Arrives 
7ue»da), and from Suariie ciiy only,s>aturtUy at 6 

'st' i'anitoSparta, Wis-, via Hudson, eave^- Tuesday , 
Thursday aitl ^'i^rdiiy, at 8 A- J». 

Arrivw* Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 P M. 

St. I'Aul to Cottage Gr»ve, via Newport, &c-, leaves 
Saturday, at I p. m Arrives Saturday, at VI M 

St Paul to Red Wiu|f, supplying Fine Bend and 
Xinm;{er, leave.i Wednesday at 8 a m. Arrive.sTuea- 
<iav at 6 P. 2*. 

Fa^'tern mail closer at 7 P J« . 

Mai'S leaving before 7 o'clock A M., close at 7 P M. 

All .therri clir.o half an hour before the ♦ime oJ 
Starting 

The pi.'itajte upon all transient printed matter, for- 
mza aril do•".«^l!;, and upon all letters, foreign and 
doraesiio, i« now required to tmtuUy prepaid by Unit- 
ad States poit-i/e stamps, except in cases where pre- 
payment ou letter*, Die. , to Ci>reign countries is opti- 
onal and tha seadcrs do not wish to prepay. 

Persons m.uliDL' letters, newspapers, 4c., whether 
domestic or to lir.ign countries, should therefore :s- 
«artaio at the oihce of mailinK. the exact postage 
tn e.-icli catie. xud affix United States postage siaiups 
o •tutUcient vala- to iirepay the lu'.l postage Ihercoa. 
( HAS. NICHOLS, Posima-'ter 

vt. P.Hul, iH-c. 4, istil 



Miitiieisota Sta^c Coiiipaity, 

CAiUYl-SC TMK 

NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

AXJ> Till 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 

PRt>PKl»rOK.S, 

J. C. BURBANK & CO. JOHN L. MtflRIAM. 



Thi roads are well 8to'.,ked with First CIa.ss Horses 
Ooncord Coaches, with c.vrei 4 and exDeriet»CBd I'ri- 
■^vT*, all uud!>r the control of competent Agente. 



SCHKOUI.K 

OF UEPAKTURES t'KOM SAINT I'AUL 

For Hastintja, Ked Wing, Keade, Waba.--haw, Wino- 
na, l.aCrP8se. (connecting with the \a Crosse and 
Milwaukee Bailroad) daily, at 6 o'clock A. M 

For 6t. Anthony and Minneapolis — twice daily, at 8 
o'clocv A.M., and - P. M. 

For Mauomin, Anoka, Montiofllo, and "^t. Cloud — 
Mim'avs, WBdue.-.duyn andFiidaya, ;it 4 o'clock A. M 

For Sauk Kapids, Belle Prairie, ort Kipley and 
Crow Wing — Mondays aud Fr-day<. at 4 a. m. 

F.rStiUwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 

Fur MArine. Taylor's Falls ami the Failiof St. Croix 
— Mondays and Thursdayn, al 8 o'cloc . A. M. 

For Superior — Every Monday, it 4 o'ci.iokA. m. 

For Sunrise, with connections at Baydold — Every 
Monday and Thursday, at 4 o'clock .i ». 

ForKicbmond, Sauk Centre, .Alexandria, Pomme 
de Terre, Breckinridge, and Fort Abercrombie— 
Mondays and Fridays, at 4 o'look a. m. 

Kor iJeorgetov.n, P>"nbia<i, Fort (»t'.rrv,and ihe Ked 
P.iviT Settlement — Every Kt ilay at 4 o'clock a. m. 

Fi>r lurther partiuuUrs eu'iui « at tbeUeueral Office 
on Third street, near the " American," or at tiie Ufflce 
of thnN'irth Western Kxpress Company. 

St Paul, Nov. -.^4, 18tl nov24dly 



GOODS AT LA CROSSE. 

Mercbtnts and others desiring i^ioor'-.s brought ap 
from La Crosse can make speoial eontrauta at 

J. O W B a T U.I T IS s , 
on application to us. 

Special and UJW rates will aU,o be given trom New 
York and Boston, by Expreas or by " Merchant's 
Diiatch." 

Jyouett Mate* Ulc4n on J<'urt 
anj other return freight. C. ill on ns bti'oro making 
oontraots. J. C. BUKBANK & CO. 

no-» 24 

^'JL Sugar House in bbis. . n.ilf barrels and kegs, 
For sale low. C <<)i EV, TOWEH * Ct). 

lOfl ItBeiS SVttJiB UOV8K, OOL^ 

M^9\f Jen and Amber, a choice article, at 

.1.0 (fe H. C BlTR«A^•K tl'^v's 



DRY GOODS. 



run tiUK.tr HJVI-: ot- 

DRY G i> O D H 

18 <ii)NTn4iii:o at thk 

Ne^v IS tore 

l>. \V. li\Gl::Ri!»OL.L & CO., 

1\ INGKRSOLl/ri BLOCK, 

And at priced in many iniitanoes 

LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST UF IMHORIA 
TWA' AND MANUFACTUHK. 

Maeh of the immense stock now offered for sale ha» 
been selected from the 

LARGE AUCllOS SALEa 

or 

DKY GOODS, 

/.v run ciTf oif JVMity vohh, jmi 
PANIC PRICES. 

IBBIB LARGE STOCK O t 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

U( every variety ol tjuality, will be sold at prices to 

SUIT THK TIMKS. 

Mottled Horella Cloths, from iO to :iac per yard ; 

Plaid Foil De Chevres 
Embroidered Foil De Cheveres, 

Every variety of Challeys, 
Embroidered and Grey Grisaille?, 

Blue, Green and Pink Barrege Lexafina. 

Englisb, French aud American Mousline de 

liuiois; Printed Lawns in great 

variety. 

A nplendid stock of Gingbauix ; 

AliBO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY 



^m L,AHGB STOCK OMf h'iJS'K J^l- 

•^ quors and Cigars, which we oQer at prices that 
will insure qaick sales, at 

J. C. * H- C. BtFSa.VNK * Co.'s 

OW lor sale at 



s 



lOO 



m>C)jvS &s'i;A'l l(>N^ KY 

\im\ MERRILL, ' 



VV'H )LE::!:aK AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



BOOKS k STATlOiNERr 



ST. PAUL. MINN. 



«.>o 



and ilulfd. 



M'^IFMH, Bi.JiJ\' 



g-^Ohl» PK.%'8, 

^^ and Feaf-ils to suit all. 



STHBL FJBJVS 



MBGS SUet^MR HOVSBy HOMj- 

deu and Amb<T -Syrup, .■♦choicw article, at ? 
I C «c H. •;. BU^<8A\K * Co.'h . 



300 



waohK, u^iLV ^jvn qujtu- 

ter boxes Kaieins. cro.i of 1S81, at 

.1. C. * H. C. BURBA^K A Co.'s 



(n£% UULS. STVJtRT>S BMiSt UOJVK V 

^^9 jiyrup, a choice a tide, lor ta de use, at 

J C & H. C BURBANK & Co.'s 



FJCKJ[tfF,« ASaOttTBO 

ruits, consisting ofPiunn, Prunes, Cur- 
rants and Citi-oc, all new ur'.-p , tor sale at prices to 
Hui' !h.> tmieo.at .1 <' tH <\ RFl'Tt i V iC >• On 's 



r25.. 



loO 



prime article, at low (iirurfs. at 

.f. 0- ft H C. BUKK.^NK .<; Co's. 



f\£% utt^jvvs PJTKJVT tf.iJ>rjyijyti 

•»" MUisfor sale at manafacturtr'^ prices, at 

J. C. & H. 0- BITRBaNKS Co.'s 

-^ OV WIMjE, M'tJX'U OJ\'B OP TUMi 

-■- largest and b>st selected stocks of Gro'-eries in 
the West, at the warehouse of 

. «cl9 -f . C * H C. BCIB^VK S: C 



rm^UH BMC ST 

JL Ml.NE I.MCS 



WRMTMjya te cwas- 



350^000 

HI. 



B jyr IT Jl o F HS 






K * 



FOR 



•A 



M^jIRtSK STOCK OF BJL^JVK 

AND ACa'OUNT books 



m: books. 



hilFFI^V OF SCHOOL 



IJiR»E £,OT OF X^JUjL B^' 

PER CHKAP. 

L^ROK LOT OF .niSCBLLJl- 

NKoUS ARTICLES. Also Picture, Play, Toy 
and oth'jr Children's Books. 

4[^Country Custom respectfully solicited. .JEC 
D. D. JVIERRIliL.. 






rm^UB FL^CB TO OBT TUB BBST 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

For Infantry, Cavalrv and Artillery, is at 

ortti: NJKRRH.I.'S ST<IRK, Third Street. 



»^ 



S tlOOlt JS ^J\'ir~-FBRHJFS 



R i .X" T B R S 



jV K S 



All sorts, kind.^, and colors, from the celebrated 
manufactory of J E Wade, New York, foa sale at 
manufacturer's prices, by 

,;w.I1 I C * n O BPRBAVK tr Co 



SILK 

Men and Boys' Summer Wear ; 
Broadcloths ; black and fancy Cashmeres 
Satinetts, and Summer Clotha. 

ALSO 
A VERT LAROK S7VVK OP 

HOSIERY, GLOVES 'AND 
EMBROIDERIES; 

FJlRJMOhS, SVJV V.nBRBLLJS. S,-. 

ALSO 

A large stock of 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

COUNTRY TRADE. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their Goods of as, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We also invite the attention ol the Ladies to our new 
STYLES OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

OUR K N T I R K STOCK 

Will be sold for 

CASH, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION, 

The Public are invited to visit our New Store. 

D. W, INGERSOLL & Co., 

al9-dlyho St. Pani, Minnesota 

New Fall and Winter Goods. 

wp o u n R w et o o B a jr JS-'_u 



AGUIOUr/ILIRAL. 



11AV1*).V. 

S T. 



A!ONZO !'. 

A U L 



Clipper Plow Factory. 




The ander««gned havini? fonaed a co partnership 
for the mjinufacture and -sale of 

r* L o w s , 

Are now prepared to furnish farmers and d.>alsr8 with 

THE BEST PLOWS 

Ever offered ia the State, *od at prices to suit the 
times. vV^e will always have on hand a large stock of 
Cast Steel and Common Steel Cross Plows, Corn 
Plows Breaking and Grub I'lows, of all sizes and o( 
the best Riaterial. 

Having hid the raaterLil selected for our especial 
trade, and the Plows being manufactured under the 
supervision of 

A LONZO LE A MING 

(PORVBBLT OF ST. ANTHONY.] 

WE WARRANT THKM 

to be rl Light Draught, Clean in any soQ, and give 
Clood Satiifaction generally. 

Farticular .MtttnUon Fata to Repairing 

Farmers ! save your old plows .-.nd we will work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfaction 
by leaving them a' our Factory, on Robert street, be- 
tween 4th and Sth, 8:. Paul, Bign of plow. 

jan2-2d&«ly. DAVISON & CONNELLY. 



Grain Fans aud Plows. 



V. H. MANNY'S KXCKI.SIOB, NO. 1 »26.00 

F.<KEPOKT«RaIM SEPARATOR -ibSi 

UEKRE'oMOLlNEP 0W« $10 to If .OO 

At the frame ' arehoose, corner of Levee and Sib 
ley street, St. Paul S. V. & P. F. HODGES. 

nov27d6mo. 



3j9.t% BOXBS JSSORTBB TOB.1C- 

^ci^XW 00, comprlainir all TUe'f -vorite brands, at 
J. «:H.C BURBANK& Co.'s 



K£^ noxBJV nuBOis best cjst 

99\9 Steel Axes. Also 30 dcz. Red River Axes . Al- 
to 26 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks. Br.-t (luality, at 
,T. 0. & H C. lirKBAN'K & Co.'s 

50 BARRELS 

OK 

OA-RBON OILl 

A)ao A Qr-ivriTV at 

CHKJAGO CKEAM ALE, 

For sale by J. C . i ! i. . BUBBANK & Co. 

dec5. 



BETTEK. 



The celebrate.1 Writing Fluid of Wm. Manlins 
Smr-U is now otfere.! for sale in Uiinesota D. D 
M* R"tlLL, St. Paul, \i our Agent. 

This Ink has been th'irouirlily tested, and is now 
tu«d by Binkers, Rkilrovd otflcers, State Legislatures, 
and bv busiuesj men thr >iighoat the country. 

Arnold's Fluid i-<^ no better, bat being sabject to 
kigh triff, is more expensive. 

Americana -hou d lue this Ink, baoanse, 1st, It is 
as Kood a-i any. '-^nd. It uor-ts less. 3d, You shoald 

PATRONIZE "HOME INDUSTRY." 

Tho'e who wish samples, can have them free of 
•barge, by calling on our Ascent, D. D. MERRILL, 3d 
«tr«et, near the Bridge, St. Paul. 

" SWITH & BROWNWEIJ., 

janZldem. Manafacturers, Manlius, New York 



■MM J. B R^ Bjyr^ R u te ro.*s 

MILLS, 

SITUATED '.'.V PHALONS tREEK, WHERE 
THE STILLWATER ROAD CROSSES. 

This Mill is junt completed, and is in good running 
orler. Our machinery embraces all the latest im- 
provements, .-ind was got up in the East, without re- 
gard to expense. It bas two run of Burrs , which 
will be kept running night and day, so that farmers 
coming from a distance can be accommodated without 
much delay. 

The need of i Sr.-it class Mill o this kind has long 
Iwen felt by the eitisens of St. Paul and vicinity. 
We have securcl 'he services of .lames Craigie. who 
has made mil ing the business of his life, and in whom 
we can place entire oonfldenoe. 

All kinds of gram will be weighed when brought to 
the Mill, and also when taken away, if desired. We 
feel conlideut in saying to the public that we oan 
make as goo>I Flour and as great a yirld to the bushel 
as any Mill in Minnesota, and respectlully solicit a 
tL\T trial. 

Als/i a new Mill for grinding corn in the ear, 

g^ All work done at this Mill is warranted. 

eep'-iO dAwly 



rj,o 



.W K FRiBJ\'I»S if FJTR0J\'S. 



Having engaeed ray fervices to the Messrs. J. 0. & 
H. C. BurhauK A Co.', co-n-^r Levee and Sibley streets, 
I may be found in the Who e.sale Grocery Department, 
where it wi 1 afford m- pleasure to 'see my old cus- 
tomers once more. 

We shall have .a large and well selected stock of 
goods, usually k«pt inou.- line, on hand, which I re- 
sp ctlully ask you to examine before purchasing else- 
where- I hope to merit for the house a portion at 
le ist of that patronage you have heretofore .so liber- 
ally bestowed upon me 

marS A. I.. L.^RPENTEUR. 



£ 



STjIHLISJUEU 18 3 9. 



S . T . SUIT'S 
KENTUCKY PREMIUM 

Salt River Bourbon. 

1 854 



S. T. 



S. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



1166 



YANKEK NOTIOiNS 

OO TO 

«' rhe Cheap Cash Store," 

NEXl' 1);)0R TO THE N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 
THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL, MIXK. 
We mean to keep up oar reputation for selling 

DRY aOODS CHEAP. 

Call and see for yourselves. Remember oar 
motto — 

"SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES." 

nov^dly H. KWOX TAYLOR. 

■^ Prints, Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Moslins, 
Tickings, Flannel*, Gloves, Hosiery, Woolen Yarn, 
Satinota, Cassimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, &c., 
&o.,&c. 

Go to the One Price Cheap Cash Store of 

H KNOX TAYLOR 

'i<.r2 dly Tliird ."Street. St. Paul, Minn 

ERNEST ALBRIG-HT, 

M-AHUrACTUBIS AND DKALXa IS 

FU fi S OF ALL KINDS, 

Third Street three doors below Day fc Jenks' Drug 
Store, St. Paul. 

Has constantly on hand and makes to order ROBES 
IN EVERY STYLE, 0>ats Mittens, Gloves, Collars, 
Capes, Caps, Moccasins, and in short, everything ap> 
pertaining to a Fur Store. 

All work warranted, and sold at the lowest orioes 
for cash. 

tl^ Hiehest cash price paid for Fnrs. nnv24d4m. 

NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEALERS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS, AXES. SPRINGS. AXLES, AN- 
VILS, VICES, BELLOWS, THIM- 
BLE SKEINS, HORSE NAILS, 

AVS 

HE.WY HAROVVARb: aEHKRyLLLY. 

RUBBER AND LBiTQER BELTIN6, 

OKISD3TONE3, PITTaBURGH COAL, &o. 

THIRD SlRkSl, . . . ST. PAUL, MINN. 

49-SlGN OF THE ANYIIi.'QK 



Farmers. Look Here ! 

TBK vjyroKRsmjvBn a^avn ojv 
hand a large l'>t of 

FANNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 

which they propow to trade to farmers on better 

terms than can be had elsewhere. 

F. H. MAXNY'S Excelsior Grain Fan. . .|25.00 

FREEPOKT Grain Separator 25.00 

MOLLN'E Fanning Mill 20.00 

MOLINE Ik, ROCK ISLAND Plows $10 to $16 
We will receive whea' in exchange for any of the 
above articles at 56 cents per bushel. Also a good 
supply of Coggshall k Warner's and Bickford & Huff- 
man's 

ORAIN DRILLS, 

with or without Grass Seeders. 

Parties wishing to purchase will do well to give us a 
call at the Frame Warehouse, corner of Lower Levee 
and Sibley streets, St. Paul 
juov27w6mo S P. fr. P. F. HODGES. 

F. h! Ma^NNY'S 

FANNING- MIL L 

We. the undersigned, beg leave to oall the »itention 
of Farmers and Country Merchants to the tact that 
they have the exclusive right of manufacturing 

F. U MANNY'S FANNING MILL, 

Which h-is taken the premium over all other mills in 
the State fur cleaning grain of all kinds. Warranted 
togive perfect satisfaction in caking out o»*« and 
cockle, aud all feul seeds. We also manu&cture the 

RACINE MILL, 

Large or small size as any one may &esire We call 
the attention of wheat buyers to our large size miH 
which cannot be excelled for cleaning grain fast 
Persons wlU have from four to nix dollars in buying of 

US 

Give us a call before puicha.sin^ elsewhere, as we 
can sell a bettf-r mill, and cheaper than any one else 
can afford them. We are agents for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STEA.VI FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BUKK lUILL-STONES, 

n UFO RBI S BOLTiJS'G CLOTHS, 

SCREEN- WIRE AND THROOP'8 SMUT MILL AND 
SEPARATOR - 

We are the only party keeping the above articles in 
St. Paul. 
Factor V, Ixiwer Levee, We-t St. Paul. 
jau29d"«tw3uj. W. M. LEYDE & BROTHER. 



RAILROADS. 

Q-reat Western Rail- 
way Company's 

EXPRESS FREIGHT UN]:, 
Greiit VVeslerii N.Y. Cent.i.d 

m Atro tKOX 

ICast and AVest, 

Oontri)lled anti operated by the liuud 

forming the Hue, aud to whit^b 

the attentioQ of Shipper* 

is invited. 



BOOTS &_SH()ES^^ THE BEST OF THE SEASON. 



JUST RECEIVED. 



Jforgth* TrautporlalioH of Lict Slortg, 
thtm Rout* olTtra unt^uaHett facfll- 



ti*a. 



at reffardt Stock, Cart, 
Wards, Timt, ttc. 



Freight forwarded at Lowest 
Rates and with Dispatch. 

In the lihipmeulof Goodfcby rail, all insurance m saved. 

MARK PACKAGES " G. W. K. 



Thrw Express PasseuLer Trains leave Chicago an<: 
Detroit daily for Buffalo, New York, Boston and .Mon- 
treal, Quebec, Portland, &c., «w., with Sleeping Cars 
on all Eight trains. 

4W Tickets via GREAT WESTERN RAlLWA'i Im 
sale in ;i.i Ticket Offices. 

Otneral Freight and 7icket Oficet. 
373 Broadway, I ai SUte Street, 

.Vete fork, Botlou, 

E. P. REACH, .... Agent. | O. KIMBALL, .... Agent 

JUUUS MOVI0S, Gen'l Ag't, BuIU . . 
C. J. BRYDG^, Managing Director, Hamilton 
A. WALLINGFORD, 
a20 Chicago and Western Ak'en'. 



G^ 



ujjyru B^WBJV bovtb. 



This IB 96 miles the shortest as well as the cbeapes; 
and most comfortable route to all Points in the EiMl- 
ern States or Canadas. 

It is ttu all rati route except the distance of 86 miles 
from MilwavJcee to Grand Havtn, which is perfyrme.! 
OB I ne ot th'.' splendid Ocean Steamships ut the hne 
in ix hours. This change from ihe liet aud dustv 
Railroad Cars to the airy and splendiil cabins ot tiio 
steam-iliips, where you are fumiiihed with ktaterooni^ 
free of I'jiargf , relieves much the tedium of a journey , 

Steanukipt leave Milwaukee morning and eneriing on 
the arr val of trains from the West, conn^ciing al 
Grand Haven with Express trains ot the Detroit ami 
MiluKt^Jcee Railroad for all points Fast. By tJut 
route the /are is as U>w, time quicker, Connectiom (u 
sure at by any line, aud you avoid the uucerian.ty 
and d«lay of changing cars, and nearly two n-iles 
Omnibus travel to which Passengers via Chicago are 
subject. 

Tickets via Prairie du Cbien or La Orosse to bo had 
at prin;ipal ticket offices. 

J H. WamtAN, Gea'l West'n Agent, Milwauken 

W. K. MCK, Sup't, Detroit- jeai 

W MVB UF 00£, .*JVJ» Lojynojv 

FIRK AND LIFE IBTSURANCF CO. 



MKi^'S AND WOMEN'S 

BUFm OKHOES 

CHILDREN'S: 

MISSES' AND CHILDJiENS' 

S]SrO^\^ BOOTS. 
WM. J. SMITH & CO. 



! 1 have juat r^eived by Bnrback . Expr«M a very 
,,aplendid 

i 

BALMORAL BOOT ! 



Also a very bne 

Double Sole Lusting^ Gaiter. 



St. Paul, D«fc. 27, 1861. 



D0T8:ly. 



JOHN THORWA]R,TH, 

BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTCRKR, THIRD STREET, 

BETWEEN ROBERT AND JAC K80N, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Keeps coustaatly on hand and mukes to order 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

Which are warranted to do as good service, and ot »» 
good style and workmanship as if mad< to order. 

STEEL 8HANK8 FOR SBWiiD £0018, 

The first Introduced in this city, will be pnt In when 
ordered. This makes the boot stronge - *nd more du- 
rable, and is lighter and fits neater. 

REPAIRING 

Done on the shortes notice— ana n goo and neat 
style, 

JOHN THURWORTQ. 
St. Panl, Dec 7. 1861— lecTdly. 



OIL AND LAMPS. 



Capital aiiU Reserved i>'uiia over $6,000,000 

x^OSSfiS PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 

Without sixty days' notice. 

L I F i: INSURANCE 

EBecte<l on liberal terms. Policies assignable by en- 
dorsement without permission of the Company. 
Shareholders personally responsible lor engagements 
of the i>ompany. 



Director* and Stockholdert, 

New Fork. 
James Brown, I£sq., 
Franciii Cot tenet, Esq., 
Henry Grinnell, uiq., 
Alfred Pell, K-sq , 
Alex. Hamilton, Jr. , Esq., 
E. M. Archibald, Esq., 
And others. 



lUferencei in New Tork 

city. 
Duncan, Sherman & Co., 
Alex. T. Stewart & Co., 
Grinnell, Mmturn & Co , 
B. L. & A. Stewart, 
0. W. & J. T. Moore & Co., 
D. Appleton & Co. 



sep'i^l 



THOMPSOV BROTHERS, 
Agents for St. Paul and viuciniiv. 



PRICES OF 

Ca bon Oil RecLuced 



For 



We are selling CARBON OIL 

45 Cents per Gallou. 

Our best FIFTY CENTS per irallon. 

Lamps cheaper than ever. Nice Marble base Lamps 
from 75 cents up, and handled Lamps fir 35 cents. 

E.& H.Y.BELL, 

Near Winslow House, Third street. 
& . Paul , April 5th , 1862. apr6 

Superior Carbon Oil 

On oonsigrnment, for sale at 

40 GENTS PER OA-LLON. 
NICOLS 6: DEAN. 

febS 



And some more ChUdren'ii beni BALMORALS, 
(^uods must be aaen to be appreciated. 



Theoc 



Samuel Kilpatrick. 

< >ppoiiit« the International Holkl. 



marl3-dtf 



ZSAGIljiS WORKS 

MANUFACTUEIijG COMPANY 




OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! 



Michigan Central Railroad 

186.1. ITTlMMliiM— il 1861. 



SEEDS AT WAR PRIDES! 



SEEDS FRF.E BY MAIL. 



AU who wish to buy seeds should call at 

THB *J/-Vr FJVL SBJBD STOBB, 

Oppopite the Prib?s office, and adjoining the Bridge 
We are now .selling off our n-w crop of seeds at much 
lower prices generally than the same can be had at 
Eastern stores. Many of the seeds we offer at three 
cents per paper cannot be bad elsewhere for less than 
ten cents, and some retail at twenty-live cents each. 



PRICES PER POUND. 

per lb. 

Large Yellow Onion $1 00 

I arge Red Orion 75 

Beets— Early Blood Turnip 76 

" White Sugar 6U 

" Mangold Wertzel 5) 

I.«ng Orange Carrot 76 

Kuta Bags 60 

Fbt Turnip \ 60 

Extra Early Imphee 40 

Same at wholesale very low. 



GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 

To New York, New England and the 

Ganadas. 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov 3d, 1861, trains leave 
the Great Central Union Depot, foot of lAke street, as 
followt. : 

6.00 a, tn.— Daily Express (exceptSundaj) arrives 
at I>etroit 6 p. m.. Suspension Bridge 
at 4:06 A. M., Albany 4:16 a. m., New 
9:60 p. M., Boston 12:20 a. m 

6.30 jr. »t. — Night Express (except Saturday ) , ar- 
rive at Etetroit at 6K)5 a. jj.. Suspen- 
sion Bridge 6:25, Albany 6:16 a m.. 
New York 12 m., Boston 4i0 i" n 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave Chicago 

at 6 A M. rail train ; 8: .30 P. M. Fasi Expre-s ; i-.rrive 

in Chicago at 7:00 A. M. Fast Express, anO 11 p m. 

Night Mail Train. 
The 8:30 p. m. train leaving Chicago runs through 

to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

SAl4l8BURY'S PATENT DUSTERS 

Are Run on Day Express Trains. 

Patau Sluing Cars on NigfU Train*. 
M^^VtsLggage Cbeeked Througb.'^li 

4^ Through tickets for sale in all Principal Ra..road 
Officen in the West, at the General Office, corner Lake 
and Dearborn streets, (under the Tremont House,; 
Chicago, and at the E>epot. 

R. N. RIOE, General Superintendent. 

J. v;. SMITH. Western Passenger Agent. myl8 



WISCONSIN NURSERIES 



Farmera anil Gardeners of the Morthiveat 

We call your attention to this Nursery, the stock 
which embraces everything in the Nursery line. Lo- 
cated on the high open prairie, the trees all grow 
with SHORT, SDOCKY BODIK-!— set twice or Oiree 
tines over in the nursery. Owing to the perfect har- 
diness of its trees, &c., the Stock is well adapted to 
the soil and climate of 

THE NORTHWEST. 

rieaae call and examine or send tor catalogue price 
Uirt. Orders loiicited early, as thoee first received 
will first be filled. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

C»nenl Northwestern Agent. 
Office inSffwtnjf Maohiae Depot oppo«JU Thompson 
fcr». Bank, Third street, St. PanL 

fchi-A.^iwly 



THE ABOVE IF BURNEL. 

IS GENUINE. 
ADDRESS 

S. T. SUIT, 

Salt River Distilleries, 

KENTUCKY. 



;|^Agen's for Herring ft Co.'s celebrate«l FIKE 
PROOF SAFBB feb7-dly 

RUDOLPH SCUCENEMANN, ~ 

WATCH MAKER 

'nird at., near RoJijert, Saint Paul, BUnn. 



We have the alKive celebrated Whisky for sile. 

BEAUMONT & GORDON, Wholesale Grocers- 

FWOK & TH»JBAI,D, " " 

J. C. RAGUKT & CO., " " 

W. W WEBB, '• " 

WM. LOP, •• «• 

BAKTLETT PRSSUEY, " " 

aplia \ y H MORrV «« •' 

K E M O V A. L . 



I have removed the stock of 

DRUaS, MEDICINES, 4c., 

assigned to me by E. W. Lewis, from No. 4 lAmbert'i 
Block, Third ftreet, to the store ou Tmrd street tor- 
merly ooonpied by 



Galvanizing in gold and silver neatly done to or- 
per. A good assortment ol watches and clocks always 
on hand. Repairing neatly done and warrante 1 for 
one vear. denS-lv. 



LAFAYETTE, MINNESOTA. 
FREE HOMES TO SETTLEtCS. 



W 



PRINCE 



WOOD YARD, 

CORNER OP JACKSON AND NINTH 8TS. 

DRY WOOD constantly on hand and deMvered In 
any part of the city. Orders left at the yard, with 
lix.Terrjr atthe Poat Offiee or at either of the Aue- 
Uon Rnons, promptly attended tn. 

aMirI»<cW« 6E0. C. DIABBUML. 



Liquor Dealer, opposite Wm- , I Smith * Co.'s boot 
and shoe store, and shall be glad to furnish the p«o 
pie with Drugs, Medicines fce., 

.fT OR BELOW COST, 

until the wbele stnck is diitpoxed of. 

janHdtf. n. GRANT T,KWfS. A suignee. 

FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH '. 

A tew cases of Men's, Boys' and Youth's BOOTS 

Also CIBOULAR SAWS of Welch k Oriffltb's make— 

eiaes from M to 66 inehes. 
in*r4;3m E. & ED«SRaoa. 



rmiHB FRO PRi KToaa of jhb 

-H- town of LAFATBTTB, on the Red River of Oie 
North, will make liberal donations of lots to .ill per- 
sons who will settle upon and improve the same. — 
Thisntvn ie situated 40 miles below Ft. Aber.-romUe, 
and 180 miles above Pembina and directly »pf.otite the 
mouth of the Cheyenm: River ; is the centre oi one of 
the richest valleys and ttest agricultural repccs in the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood anl water 
and ttie country around it has l>een recently .^-urveyed 
and is now open to settlement. The town wuirk$ the 
head of namgation on the Red Rivet of the North, 
snd is eaaily accessible— the line of stages trom 8t. 
Raul to Pembina, passing there semi-weekly. No por- 
tion of the great west offers greater inducements to 

ettlers. 

For in formation addross JOHN R IRVINl, Esq 
irbintPafll. Minnesota. "U-AbmlT 

GIESMAN & SAUER» 



BEEDS BY THE QUART. 

per qt. 

Be*Ds—Eirly Yellow Six Weeks 16 

" KarJyChiua 15 

" Early Val.'ntine 15 

Peas— Karly Daniel O'Rourke, 2yi feet 26 

'• Tom Thumb, or Dwarf, 8 inches 40 

*' Cbampion of Koglaod, very rich, medium 

early, Z% feet.. 20 

" I^arge Marrowfat, late 15 

Sweet (.'orn 16 

SEEDS IN PAPERS. 

Ptopers that usually retail at five cents each. ... 3 

Same, assorted by the liun<'red 2 80 

thousanl ...20 00 

JiarSubscribers to " Farmer & Gardener," 2>i oenta. 

SEEDS BY MAIL, POSTAGE PAID. 

All kinds sent by mail at 3 c's. per paper. 

Forty kinds Flower Seeds, our choice, for $1.00. 

Seeds by the pound, same price, as above, with 16c. 
added. 

Papers of Corn, "ear s and Peas, if ordered by mail, 
will contain about half the usual amount— ordinary 
paper, full amount. 

SEEDS FREE. 

AU subscribers to the " Farmer and Gardener," for 
a year, are entitled to five papers. Those who pay 
$1.00 at our office, or remit the same to us by mail, 
instead ol p-iying to agents, may select ten papers 
from our list of Garden or Flower Seeds. 

EAlit'irs of this Slate va\j draw on us for ten papers. 

A list oi seeds, with description, mode of culture, 
&c., will be found in the '• Farmer and Gardener" for 
January, February and March 



SEWINCx MACHINES. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

SBVTMJVfi MJICMIJS'BS, 

Best iv. use, 
NSWLT improved, 
at New York 
prices. From 
$46 to $100- 
trei^ht added.— 
Instruetionji giv- 
en, machines put 
la order, and all 
sixes of needed. 



THE BEST QUALITY OF 

CARBON & KEROSENE OIL 

FOR SALE BY 

UPHAM & HOLMES 

AT 

Thlrty-flve cts. per Galiou. 

mar6d&w:y 

FOLLocK,itojyr.MLUs,yotc ouukj^ 
China, Glass and C}t*ocker> 

PLATED W A RE 
tARBO-V OIL AND LAMPS 
LOOKING GLASSES, 

ll.S WARE, PLAIN, PLANISHED Af D JAPANNED, 

Table Cutlery. 

Constantly on hand the moat oompie'e assortment ot 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 

To he found in the city . 
ROBKirr 8TRKET, ST. PAUL, MINN. 
aepU d&wlv 

FURNITURE! 



IHJ YOU WANT 

STEAAI ENGINES OR BOILERS 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS. 

FJtTJRJVT SVajR CJJK'E MiLLm, 

PATENT 8TKAM COIL EYAPOSATORS 

PATENT STAMP MILI BJ 
FOB 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptJon* , 
Prices, &c. Also, 

Saw Mills, Flouring Mills 

AND MAOaiNERY OF A Li DESCRIPTION, 
T'To numerous to mention. 

CHICAaO, . . ILLIXOIS. 

P- W. GATSS, President. 
-N'. B. Atrents wanted eTerv where. mrT-d^wy 

Merchaiits' Dispatch. 
Fast Freigh.t Line, 

Owned and managed by the 

AMERICAN EXPRESS OO. 



All overcharges settled by J. 0. Jt H. C Bar- 
bank & Co., Agents. 

New York ofllce, l>i Murray street 
Boston office, 69 Waabtngton street. 
mar26:dly 

J. B. BRADEN, 

WaOLKALC Atn RBTUL DKAi.KK W 

Iron, Nails, Steel, 

HARDWARE, PITTSBCRGH COAL, AGRICDLTDR- 
AL IMPLEMENTS, Ac. 

Keeps constantly on hand all goods in his line including 

Ktntinffton, dlifo K Suottdet Bar iron. 

Sheet Iron, Plow Steel, Cast. German and Blister 
Steel, Springs, Axles and other Carnage Trim- 
mings, Shelf Hardware, Sic. — Win- 
dow GliRS, t^ash. Doors and 
Blinds, Bock Itland Clipper and 

SA.INT PAUL CLIPPER PLOITS, 

All of the best quality, warrante<l to give sati' faction. 
All of which will be sold at the very lowest prloee 
for cash. 

Warehouse on Third between Minnesota and Cedar 
streets. St. Paul. Mipn. fe>'"0:lv 

TO THE PROPRIETORS OF 

BILLIARD ROOMS. 

Send to Btaaquartert and Sate from Fiwt 

to T*n per ttnt. and g-tt n ttelltr Jrm 

ttcl* of anything in the HilUard 

Line you tnay tosMl. 



for 



liaving received the sole agency of this State 
the sale of 

PHKLAN k OOLLENDEH'S CFLEBRATED BILLIARD 
TABLES, 

With combination cushions, I take this method to in- 
form yon tha' 1 am now prepared to furnish Billiard 
RcoraB with Tables and Fixtures at New York prises, 
b-eigbt added. Persons desiring to purchase will be 
furnished by mail with a list of prices. 

I am prepared to refurnish and fit np tables with 
new Cloths, Halls and Cues ; and also on short notiee, 
to go to any part ol the State to fit np Rooms, Ta 
bles and Fixtures. New Cushions, Ones, Balls, Cue 
Tips, *c kept constantly on hani. Balls returned 
nnd colored. Please andress your orders to 

H. G. BROWN, JR.. 

Metropolitan Hall, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
ap&-4ui 




FiBT sale by 
Eighth street, 
St- Paul- 



R. T. HOLTERHOFF, 
Blocks east of International Hotel 
octl6 6u) 



FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Goo.se berries. Raspberries, Strawberries, 
Rhubarb, Asparagus Roots, Evergreens, Roses, I^h- 
lias, Peonias, and all kinds of Greenhouse and Garden 
f lants, as low as at any responsible Narsery in Wis- 
consin or New York. 
Address 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or leave orders with Messrs. Fairchild & Pease at our 
wne quarters. aprl2:dAwlm 



■AlfTVAOTCMtf nr 



SADDLES, 



HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

COLLARSIf 

BLANKETS. TRUNKS. WHIPS, Ac, Ac, 

Next door to Thompaon Bros. Bank, 8d at. , St. Paul. 



49*Bepairing of all kinds don* on ikort iwtiMi. 
4UrAI work made «t this shay to <rf tl» Tvy bat 
idliiRMiiaM. aovaNOao 



Notice to Creditors 



Minnesota State University. 



The SUte Legislature, at Its late session, antkorised 
the Regents of the Minnesota State University to at- 
tempt a compromise ot the Indebtedness of that oor- 
poration by the conveyance of lands granted by Oon 
gress for its b-nefit. 

All persons having claims of any kind against the 
University will please communicate them immediately 
in writing to the unders'goed , stating the character 
of the claims, their amount, how secured, and every, 
thing oaleulat«d to facilitate inch an adjustment as 
Is proposed. 

Per order of the Board of B«KWti. 

UBIAH TBOIIA8, Seervtary. 

St. AatkOBj, AprU 1, 1M2. aprn:2w 



HP. W. NICHOLS. 
General Insurance Ag^eut. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Isswtd on favorable terma, in the most reliable Com* 
pani4s. 

OFFICE AT OSOROS LrTTLfS BOOK STORE, 
jan26dly Third street, Bt. Pani Minn. 

7M MLLMJVBBW ^ J^ Mf 

DRESS MAKINGS 

Mils. R. H. HAYNES, 

Having had a long and exteosrve experience In Milli- 
nery and Dress Making, calls 'heatteutionof theladiea 
of St. Paul and v cinity, to her room in Wateon's 
Boaiding House, on Robert street, between Fourth 
and Fifth streets, where she has oommmenced 

BOICNET, DRESS, AND CLOAK MAKING, 

In at their varied iorms and {ashions, and soUeita a 
share of the public patronage. 

Sle wUl out patterns to tit the form for Basquen er 
Dreraes— also make to order silk er velvet 

BONNETS or HATS, 

deo22tf. 



JOHN PRIMROSE, 

Maoufiteturer and Deale - in 
CJi B MJVB T ^jyn CH.MMB 

FURNITTJIIE, 

OF EVKRT VARIIBTY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a complett assortment of 

Parlor, 

Chamber, 

...iv, Dining Room 

FURNITURE 

or all atylttland of Smptrior »ork' 
ntanthip. 

Moat of my Furniture is of my o^rn manu&cture, 
^...ije of thoroughly seasoned mater al and equal to 
the beat there is made in the U- S- A. 

As a nimble sixpence is always bitter than a slow 
shQiing, I am determined to sell a '=«ry Ught shade 
above oost. Everybody is respectfully Invited to give 
me a call before iiarchasing. 

49-REMEMBEB THE PLACE: 'Itone Baildinf— 

Thirl ^(treet — above the Bridge, St. ""aal, Minn. 
jan24dly 

Leather Sz. Firidings, 

SADDLERY HARBWARE IND TOOLS 
LEATHER BELTING. 



1862 



SPRING TRADE 



-1862 



WEBER. WILLIAMS & YALE, 



25 



JOBBERS. 

LJIKB aTBBBT. CHI CM GO. 



In tae most approved styles. 
Ad work warranted to give satisfiMstioa 



FURS! FURS! FURS! 
C. J. KOVITZ, 

Mannfactnrer of Fine Furs, 

AU. DMCnUPTtOiri AJTB KTIKT BTTLB, 

•« MTRISBT, Oonoert Hall Ko«k. »T. PAVL 
HolTdl/. 



KESSLER & miEHL, 

TANNERS and CURRIERS, 

Seep eoBstantly on hand, the Laigwt and 
Moat Oomplete Stock of 

Laatber and Flsdinge, Saddle) y Hardware 

and Toola, 

Leather Balttog, Enameled Clotlis, aad Laattwr, 

Ac,, te., te., te., 
AU of which they are now oOeiing at prieee te 

Suit the Timea. 

PARTICULAR AITSNilON PAID TO ORDES& 

49*0aah paid fbr Bidea and Fnrt.^V 

ly- 

^ J^^TMCB^-^LM. THH COUMTMB- 

•* sipied notes of the Farmers Bank, located at 
Garden Oity, Blae Earth eounty, M nneeota, must be 

fir<Mn«ad at the 0«oe of the Audita of the 8t»U of 
[inaeeota, at .St. Panl, within tw> yeart from the 
date of thia notiee, as the seeuritms depoaited with 
him for the redamptioo of raid note* will at that time 
he Kiren ue to the ow»er or owneci of said Bank ae- 
•oi&c t« the Banking Uw of tb« MaM of MteM- 



Are now receiving the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT- 
ED STOCK to be found West of New York, comprie- 
ing many new styles of 

HATS, CAPS, 

8TB A U GOODS, 

PARASOLf, UMBRELLAS, and PALM LEAF GOOD:!, 
including 3000 dozen SHAKER HOODS— all of whidi 
will be offered at EASTERN PRICKS, for cath or ap- 
proved short credit. 

CASH AXD SHORT TIME BUYERS 

From all sections of the We.st are especially invited 
to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. 

ORHBRa SOLICITED, 

To which prompt personal attention will be given and 
satis&ction guaranteed. 

WEBER, WILLIAMS A TALE, 
marl -5in 

MILES & ARMOUR, 

Commission Merchants 

Bed Warehooae, toot of East Water at., 

MILWAUKKE, WIS. 

Frbd B. Milb. PHiur D. axmock. 



B ■ r ■ K 



T O 



Thompson Bros., Bankers 
E. & H. 
marlO: dSm 



Temple & Beaupre ; 
Y. BeU. 



OatAd Ar'U IT, UW. 

■Signed, 
aeyTwSy. 



U. DAWM, 

PMMMt 



Tobacco 

CIGARS. PIPES, SNUFF, &c. 



r. W . TUOHKLT. Third Street, D««t door to 
Oomb'a Book Store, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 
Tobacoo, Cigars, tc., ie just reoeivli r bis fall aad 
winter stock, and is prepared to fill orders to any ex- 
tent, foi 

FIM-K IMFOBTHn CM O JIBS, 
Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and Chew 
IngTobaooo Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any in 
the eity. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a large aaaortment . These pipee are all the go now. 
F. W. TITCTELT, 
Third street, next door to Comb's Book Store. 
Bt I%al.NoT. 17. noTlTdly. 

FRBBJmjjy. .iTTORjyrBwu 

OnUNSBLLOR AT LAW. Practices in aU the 
Ootirts of thU State and in the United dutes Ihstr'.et 
Orart. 
Offloe in MeOlong's Phoanix Block, comer of Thim 
I aad Wabashaw streeta.iit. Paul, Minnesota,. 
1 AU bosinesa left wl«> me will receive prompt aad 
I pmW attention. 0(81 d*wly 



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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, SATURDAT, APRIL 26, 



18H2. 



IjHouctarg & aommmial!^ 



»•/; it r.^jvif 



J o V Hjyji 1' 



Monetary. 



CUUKKNL'Y A.ND KXCHANTK QLOl'A- 

TID.NS 1>K TUOMfSON BROS BVXliKHS, AXD UE.VL- 
KltS IX KXCaAXUK, LAXl) W.VUHAXTS. JfcC 

St. Paul, April '^5. IStJ-J. 

B A N K A B I. K K U .N 

Ohio, 

• .■«.'l, 

liitiixaa, 

W^nons County Bauk, 
^?.»iii^<-y Co. Ku<.torNt>J Scrij>, 
I'. •^. IVman } Not^-i, 

United SUi:«s 6 jK-r ceut. two years NoW« 
IhurlioK jc ii>;h.>tTKr's »'nJorseJ scrip. 

KJCCH.\N(.;E KAl'bS. 

Sclliag tor. Pr«»niium 

Bdukable Fauila 1 '•i jier i-t prm 

Has I'M n ?^ p«r e! prm 



Now KikUuJ, 

k>cbi<au, 

HhiUdflphi*, 

N«w Jer»t>y, 

Pitt^bargh, 

WiscoDwiu, 

CaD.t<];i. 



'l'r<'a«ury Note.t 
A'ai«ric4iu GoM,.. 



>4 pr ct rr 

>i per ct il > 



Commercial, 



Fiour 
barrels. 



NliW YOUK fflAUKIir. 

(By Ti\'.;r;iiili.) 

Nkw Yohk, April t'l, 
Murkct 5(^li>c better. Sules 10,000 

KET.IlIL. PKICEJi. 

Sr. I'viL, April 2o, lStV.\ 
Hkv\s— White, 1.00(31.25 cents ji bushel. 
BiTTKB— Firkin, l^tbliv^lO. Country, in rolls 
I0.,tlii^-c. 

Casdlks— Tallow, m'd, )) ft) 11@12. Star 
lSit?"JO. AdainaiUiae, 20. Sperm, 40(1^50. 
t'ARBON Oil — Best quality 50c. 
L'UKKSK— W. R. ^ lb 11. Hiitnburc 12. 
• OFKKB— Kio, ^ lb Fritne 25. Laguavra, 
•iSi^-iS. Java, S0c(|33. Mocha, 30@33. 
Eons — Three dozen for 25c. 
Fruits— Api)les, green, |J bbl. |3 75(<|4 25; 
iliieU, "jJ \\> 10c. Cranberries ^ bushel yOyj 
|.l. Peach..-s, drv. fJ tb 12' jc. 

Fuiutt— Siiperrine ^ bbl. |3 50 Extra j;4 25 
@4 5<.>. 
.UiCAL — Corn {'sack, f I 154^fl 25. 
Molasses —Plantation, ^ jJ^iH., 50c. Sugar 
hou.-<c, OOc. Golden Svrup, 75c. Stuart's xx 
VO^IIIOO 

Laho— Per tb 7*^Sc. 
Ovio^s. — For bushel, 40c. 
Potatoes— Per bushel, 25(^80. 
PocLTRr— Chickens, g^ pr lb. 10c; Tur- 
kevs pr lo. 12o'.^.c 
kicB— Per li.', \0(^U. 

SuoAR-Hrort-n, '^ \\> 10c. Reliued 000, 
12 (flS. R.rineJ, OJtOO, 12)^@13. Powdered, 
12 Crushea, 12'-^'(<j3l4. Cut loaf, \1}i@\Z. 
ilKATS— .-".niuked, H.iius Suf^ur cured lOcJ^ plain 
8c, S.ioulJers 5v^6, Clear Sides 7((^3. Meats 
Cut— Beef Surioia and Porter Uou.se steaks 
and loasls S^^lOc, Round tic, and other cuts 3 
ah. Pork— Steaks and Choice Roast, G; cuts 
4j5. Mutton, Lamb and Veal. 14. 

Tkvs — Vouug Hyson and Imperial $1.00@ 
11.25; Oolong 60tii$l. 25. 



(Salmon River GoUl Mines, 

LN WASUINGTOX TIJRRITORV. 

Tlio Kubsinibor pri>iios>'.> t> .stail l<>r lln- i^nlmoa 
RivtT i;i>l 1 Minti.-t, bt<tWf»M> the lir-t and sixth of May, 
ov«il.mil, anil will [.loviiU" tran^pi>;t»tioii iiml prov;.s- 
iou< u> all perH us win) will jo'H lii.n CMUipauy loiSTiS 
lor e^cli jiemoii. A 'epit.^it of #.'5 must b" p.iiil .m or 
be^'iie iho lifle-'ii-.h of Apiil. to ni-oiuk u ip;i«.saj;t. 

Application to lie mail-! to the iiiulors vjiied at Irs 
olKo<» on Kourtli street, opposite V e City Hall .S(iu.i;tf, 
St. I'aul. Miuu 

MII.KS \VANTl>r).— '.0 pair UistolasK MUI.KSwiu.t- 
<»l, for «bicb eastt will be ]>aid un delivery. 

apiOlui* r'l> MA-: n.\I.Y 

~F. KNAUFT~ 

I'oruer of SdTtfiitU ami Olive street*. 

llA-< IN .tnOlTlOS TO HIS XBW aSd FULL ATOOK OK 

GROCERIES & FRO VISIONS 

A com.ilote ass irtr.ient c f 

Queensware, Lamps, &c. 

All if which will basolj at the liwe*! po^isible ratee. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of FairbAnk.s' be.st uiake, always conoct anil rtaily 
.'Vir u.>e. TliodB who have Hay, drain or I.ive .Siock 
or sale, cau save money by ((ettinj( it Wfijh-il 
aprlt> f^h2R I r 



am o .s T o jv »n e»m t m.juhk t 

Corner Sixth anJ Jackson bit, 

KDBY & H L G A T K 

W'oulJ rcijiectiully inform tho'r oM frien Ik anl o;is- 
tniuors tU.it iiiviuij purchased the interent of Mr. 
Broome in thi B.)«!oa .M^at "i'rbet, thfy will always 
be "a h'lud 'o furnish Choii;j (>'ut.s ol evcryiUiug usu 
ally fo:in'l in a first class m at market, an 1 a", a.s low 
a price as the market will an'onl ap:!:1iu 



G-odey for 



May 



MERRILL'S 



*■ liiui'j, iu ilrums and boxes ; iamily Mackerel Nos 
1 and 2, in kitts ; Sc tied Herring, all in prime condi- 
tion and at low h^ures, at 



^raaoDJitrs .nvsuvia. 



M^ 



TAX SALES. 

j^#*r or M. ^ j\ u m tjr 

ST. i.C)lJlS C:oUNTV 

J)e inquent for taxen tor the yenr- 18i«, ISCO and 18«5!, 
FON DU LAC TOWNSHIP. 



w hf of u w qr and i. w qr of 8 w qr, 1 jt 5. J 

"•;i^- a 

» hi ol Hw qr J 

n hfo'^He qi and ae qr ol he qr.... ........ 5 

H > qr ot he qr 5 

lots I and 2 ^ 

n« 'K .'..'.' .'.'.'. "".".".'.'.'.'.'. 6 

e ht o: nw qr aud w lif ol uw qr 

lot I Kec tiaud u hf of nw qr " 7 

lolfl .....'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. i 

lot^ 2,3, 4, 6 and nw qr of ue qr !t 

n hf ol uw qr 10 

lot.s 5, G, 7 and xe qr ol aw qr and bw qr ol 

, "•• 'jr 10 

l"t-2,o ]o 

I'tii 4 and & II 

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r';.;i'" 1' 

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ONBOTA TOWNSHIP. 

lot:'. , 

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Be qr of Re qr 

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WHOl.ESALK PKICfiS CLHUENT. 

ttp-xredtxprtiilii forth'', ^r. Iacl PRB*i,andcor;-«ei<d 

daily. 



Sr. Pafi, April 25, 1S62. 
AU. I itu>x. 

XXX Pittsburgh . .,12/®14 Flat Bar— Pennsylvania 

St. P'i-i'.&dt.An'.honyd/So! ordipary sizes 04 

tlrvti!e.;.-«50tch,in pint I Juniata do 06 

!m' ■.! sf^doi $2 2i/a)'2 75! i.rvBiR. 

,Comiuon,Inch,f)M .$.S/®10 

..•^orTi-ri 

..14rti)lS 
..18r^2i 
.... 1 60 



bSAAS. 



Whits, 9 hn ... .80fa>l OO'Clear . . 

BfULlO. j.siidlDg .. 

vrnti'r Oraeiers, |* ft . . .41 Flooring 

fi!5 er Crac-.er.< 6>j j Uth ... 

S-kI*. 8's:on,*c t>|aUin;<les. 



t.KAO XSD SHOT. 

8 

8 

1 8(1 



kMol Bn-iv' p» bbl ..$3 fiOJ 

B.rTBB. ;Pi», > It, 

F'-kiu. si It «/Sl7|Bar 

Coua'.ry, m roiU..8>;i-dlO|Sbot, f4 bag 

BUST OA-Tl*. I JIOL.V.-<SK8. 

t>n fHJt $2 60^3 0O| (>!aciatioa. ^ ^'all .40^342 

Dxeised 5 00(2)a 00 Su^ar Uouife 60.0 

OA.vni.BB. i Golden Syrup 55ia)70 

r»U.jw,mM,iitt 9/aio: sails. 

Slar lC/318iCttt,*a=Horted h^fSiH 

.»- '.a:;i;intine 20^_| vVrought, ^ ki-j 7 00 

:>pevHi 4ti|Si60 PAi.^rs A-vn oils. 

CARBOf oo. : White l*ad|tlOOtb7Hf3SK 

No. 1 4n'JJ)l5 Un! Oil%( gall ... 8ofd)8T 

No 2 35r5)i8:.VeHt.sfoot 16(1 

CHSKSH Whalu 86^a>.iO 

W. R.Q ft 9©9S T,iiise..d 1 O) 

Hamour^ 8>irS)'JiTurpeatine 1 75 

oufi'sa. I 

Kio, f, ft Prime.. ..21'a)22| ojnoNB. 

I.aa;u»yra 23(2>24!Per ba.sh ad^as 

J'lva 30, PROVISIONS. 

Mocha 30 Mesa Pork 14 bol %'^(a)\0 

00 AL. I \!ess Beef, fi bbl 10© 1 1 .^U 

' ittsburifh^ bash ... .75c'Ck.ar .Sides S®0 

lutnois i) buiih 40cl Haois, plain S. Cured.. 8 

rOROAUi. j.-?!iouliier« 6/g)6>X 

M»nilU. i^ft....l2:'S12>i nried Beef 11®12K 

'ute 9/2)10 Canvassed bsjois 12 

BOGS. Leaf Lard 6®7 

l"er doten 8(S9 potatobs 

I'HriTji. -Veshannock.M and Pink 

Apple<,g'nlRbbl»350®400, Eye.<(,|i bush.... 20(2)25 

.Vp|jk-s,dned^it 7(aSI P iWDBR. 

AlniO'.d,4 10(©12^FFG&FFFUkgs2oIb$9 00 

Cranberries ^ bu 75'S) — ; '• " " \i}^ 5 OO 
Peache.x.drv,^ ft ..'J.-gllJ! " <■ " 6V 2 75 

Kats.ns, ^ box $< 50/V?4 SOiBlastin;,', kgs, 25 lbs. 6 00 
R-ilsim h'fboxSl 76'fi)2 00l " " \iy^ 325 

Prunes 9^o!10| " " 6X 2 00 

Currants 10^161 Kid. 

,, ,., ran- '>r ft 8H(a)9 

No. 1 Mackerel ^ bbl ..$151 soap. 

No.- " Ill'^oramon.^ft ....4>i®6 

^". 3 ' ©lOiFamilr hyi 

Dry Cod . ^ ft S )ifa)6 : Castile 15 

Sealed Herring, t;* b<jx.. 60, German 6>i(®7 

FBATHXRa. i 8UOAB. 

Uve Geese 56ra)60 Brown ^ ft 9/SlO 

tudian 15®20 Reflned A&B,.. 11(311 >i 

KLOCR A.ND MKAL Relineil.O &00 12®— 

^uperSne, fk bbl $3 50, Powdered 12(g)— 

Kxtra 3 75(34 OOiCrushed 123ia>)13 

Corn Meal, 1» b.in.lOl 10 Cut l^jaf 7:i3 

6RAIS. BTBBL. 

WlieafpbdBh 60353 Knglish Cast '0 ft 22(^26 

^y» '£f>(3) — iliermau Cast 15 

O.it.s 30 333 English Spring 10 

Barley ■"5(340 American i*pring 10 

•^•rn 30(335 EngliHh Blister 18@20 

Hoiniuy, ft bu $2 25(32 50 American Blister \i^ 

WAtss. ( TBAS. 

Amencp a Win'iow ; Voung Hyson .... 85(»JJ 10 

8x10 »2 2.-5(32 50 OoUm? 45(386 

IOtU- 2.S0^32 75 WHJSKT. 

Kj^W 2 7503 00 P.ectiaed.'j* gall...25(®2S 

10\lfi to 12x16. .3 00(34 90 Mooongahela. . .0 76(32 00 
12.X1H to ••Jx20 .4 iJ<)vT)5 0.1 Old Bourbon . . .1 50(33 00 
Per ton, aJxJut 8 OtlfSlO 'XJ. 



M» eoUection of Birds and Animals, 
cuipriring nei'.rly all the Birds of Minne- 
s'4a, iVcm a HuraminLf Bird tu an Kagle, » ill be ex 
hibiied at my Mu3>'um. comer of Washington and 
Koiati -sfeeis, MAckubin'd Building. Adiuitlance 
'.;0 oaut'. Children 5 cent.s. 

N. U.— All kinds ol Birds tor sale an^ stuffed by 

H. SOUKODKrt 

iElCTH ON VULCANITfci. 



« It S T It Mi .V O T U , <^'. 




beauty, comfort aud cleanliness, 
unsarpas-sed. 
Call and see K-pecimuns at the offlce of 

DR. SI\IONr<).V, 
ootSt Iv IniT'rsoir« B>ooir, Uridiru ^^a .arw 



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MLVNESOTA SEWLN'G MACHLN'E 
DEPOT 

Has beta removed to French's Brick Block, next door 

east ot Duvenport's Book Store, Third street, St.P«ul. 

8pr22:l-.7 G W BAECCCK, Agent. 



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lot 1 and oe qr of ne qr ,5 

lot 2 aud e hf of sw qr 6 

p:irt of se qr fi 

se qr of sw i-ec 6 and e hi of nw qr 7 

part of pe qr 5 

nw qr of hw qr, sec 6, nw qr of ne qr 7 

ne qr of se "ir \ 

wUfolnwqr 7 

lie .ir of ue (ir sec 12 and nw qr 2 

ne qr of sw iir and s hf of nw qr 6 

se (jr of ne qr \ 

a ht uf sw qr nnd nw qr of se qr 7 

s hf of sw qr, sec 7 and nw qr 18 

lot ne qr, lot C nw qr ard ueqrof neqr 18 

lot 7, sw qr of nw qr 18 

w hf of ue qr aud n hf of be qr 1 

whfofseqr 2 

eqrof beqr '..'!'.'.!. 2 

se qr 3 

e hf <,f se qrsec 10 and nw qr of si- qr 11 

e hf of ne qr fee 10, w hf of nw qr 11 

w hi of ne qr and e hi of nw qr 11 

•-eqr n 

w hi of .se qr and se qr of ne qr 12 

w hf of nw qr sec 13, and e hf of ne q' 14 

nw qr of nw lyc hec 14, ne qr of ne qr 15 

ST qr of nw qr sec 14 and se qr ot teqr 16 

sw qr \ 

sw <ir of ne qr and e hf of ne qr 13 

e l;f of n* qr aud nw qr of sw qr 13 

ehfof'wqr 13 

ne qr of sw qr and nw (jr of sw qr 14 

■*w ur 15 

e hf of se qr and sw qr of sw qr 22 

ne nr of ne qr and lot 1 .s-^c 23, lots 1 and2.24 

s w qr 23 

lof.i sec 25, lots 2, 3, 4 ..........Zf> 

neqr f) 

lot 4, sec 2b e hf of swqr and whfofseqr 27 

ne qr o^j 

ue qr !...'34 

nw qr 34 

lots 2 3aDd w hf of nw qr 20 

lot 6 35 



to 

49 
49 



15 
14 
16 
14 
16 
14 



15 



TAX SALES. 



CARP RlVEIi TOWNSHIP— (Continued.) 



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n hf of ne qr 

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.34 
.35 
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.36 
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hf of se qr and ne qr of se qr and be or of 

"•■I- 14 

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w hf si> qr and e hf of sw qr .23 

hf ol se qr 2.3 

w hi seqran.iehfofswqr .!.!!. 23 

B hf of ne qr and »,« qr ot uw qr and ne qr 

of sw qr 24 

w Id of he qr and so qr of s v qr and lot 1 . .26 

H 1 f i-fnw qi Hud n hfofsw qr -^6 

nhfiitueqr 20 

w hf of sw qr 24 

h)iH 2 and 3, nw qr cf aw qr . ........ .26 

lots i and 2 . . . . 'm 

■••.••• ^u 

he qr .2'j 

lou 1 and 2, w bf of ne qr.... ........ ...'.34 

lots 3 and 4 and nw qr ot aw qr and sw qr 

ol nw qr 34 

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sw qrof nwqr 

sw qr '..'.'.'. ..'.'."io 

w hf of .sw qr !.".'.!'.!'.'.'.'.".* 30 

lots 2 and 3 !..'.!'..'.!"' ol 

n* qr '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.*18 

w ht of neqr 25 

ne qr '_'_ g^ 

^*<ir ii!!!!!!i;!!;!X!;!!"!i!34 

s hf oineqr 34 

so fractu nal qr ! . 10 

e hf of nw qr '..'...'...'. 11 



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62 



Joseph I. Beaumont, 

(BUOCB8SOR TO BK.tr.MOAT A OORnw.N.) 

C> R O C E R 



, ii j H. I M. WWW .IJ Bti V 



CORNER THIRD <fc JACKSON SIS. 
apr9:d&w2w ST. PAUL.. 



FOR SAJLE. 

A FINE NEW BUGGY, 

ONE HORSE WAGON 

AND TWO HORSES. 
niar22 niICUI.,S <& OK.\!V. 

WILi. N O T B K K A li . 

The Mica Chimneys 

Will not break. Sole agents for St. Paul, 

E. k H. Y. BELL, 

23th. 1862. (eb26 



186S. MM, 



186S. ' ^^^ GROCERY HOUSE IN ST. PAUL. 



THE NORTllEM LINE 1862 spring tkade 



I'OR 



KEOKUK, DA VEXP0RT,1)UBUQUE, 
ST. PAUL AND STILLWATEU. 



On the opening of navigation, 
THE NOaTHKRN LINK PACKETS 

Will resume their iegul,.i tiips to ■..'t. I'aul un.! inter- 
media re ports, 

LEAVING ST. LOUIS 

Every Tuesdaj-, Thursday and Saturday eves 
nings, at 4 o'clock. 

J In conseqaer.ceof the ,f. niihl depression o; buhi- 
I ness, the Noithern line Pucktt CrmpjiDy will only 
I run three biats per week to M. Paul. 



St, Paul, Feb 



11 



lot!.. 



...15 



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14 

16 



Loaia 
A. D. 



DDLUTH TOWNSHIP. 



lot 1 . . . 
U" qr of 



qr 

nw iir and w hf of ne qr. 



THE FiiAME WARE-HOUSE, 

Ou th" corner of Sibley and Levee streets, except the 
one third thereof, now occupied by L B. & C. Gicig. 
F.nquireof OUVfi^K D\r,RYMPLE, 

a[il0:lra Bernhethinr Block, Third street. 



wl 



IfllLtj SUPPLV OP UlRt.Ks, 

Testaineuts, aod .Saht>Bth School Books, j.f 

»i" \f..-.'. .(11.? '^' .•ilV^Kli-. T!.'.-.* '^tr..... 



n 



iSSOL VTMOJS'of P.lRTJ\'MiUSHMP. 



The pavtaership heretoiore existing under the name 
of HEWbUN' & BAKNKS is dih.solved by limitation. 
/Ml claims against the firm will be imme<liately paid 
in full by L. K, iJames, and to him must be paid all 
debts due to the said firm. 

Saint Paul, April 14th, 1862, 

L, E BARNES. 



CARD. 

'llie business, collections, &o., of the late firm of 
HEWSON & BAKNE3, is transferred to the Banking 
House of Thompson & Brother, at which place, Mr. 
Barues wdl hereafter be found ready «nd happy to see 
any of the old customers of the Ute firm. 

ft. Paul, April 24, 1862. 

apr25 L. E. BARNES. 



aTiVMCi^ij 



t, K a 8 



ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, 
SELPHO'S PATEXr. 

The above unrivaUed substitute for lost limbs, com- 
bining latest improvement."!, can be had only of 
WM. SEI.PHO, Patentee, 
marl9:lra 516 Broa("way, New York. 



u 111 of 
nw qr 

sw qr 

nr' qr 

3 hfof nw qr and n hf of 

so qr 

sW qr 

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RW qr. 



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M. p^JOIA. 
A DICTIONARY 



^jaURIC^JV CWCJLO. 



OP GENERAL 
EDGE, 



KNOWL- 



■ D I T E D 



iniLlVAUKEE 

Mink 

Mn.skrat 

Raccoon 

Wildcat 

Red Fox 

Cross Fox 

Silver Grey Fox 25.00 

Ot'er 3.00 

Fisher 4.00 

Bear 5 oo 

Cub Bear 3.00 

Mnrtio 2.00 

Beaver per lb 1.00 



FCR ITTARKET. 

...| 1.50 to $2.00 

10 " 13 

60 " 75 

25 " 50 

... 1.12>^ " 1.37>^ 

... 4.00 " 6.00 

40.00 

4.00 

' 6.00 

7.00 

5.00 

4.00 



GEO. RIPLEY & CHAS, A. DAiVA, 

To be completed in 16 volumes, loyal octavo, large 

aiTie, double columns. Volumes 1 to 14 are rea ly 

and a sncee-si»e volume will be i.ssued every 

three to four months. 



Price in clothe $3 ; Sheep, Library Style, $3 .50 ; 
Morocco, $4; Half P.ussia. $4 50 each. 



Half 



ST. PAUL FLR .MARKET. 

The following are the ruling prices for No. 



1 furs; 
Mink.... 

Coon 

Fisher 3 

Otter 2 

White Wolf. 

Prairie Wolf .".". 

Martin 2 

Skunk 

B't'iger .'".. 

Deerskins f? flb 

Black Bear 8 

Black Cub Bear 2 

Red Fox ., 1 

Cross Fox 2 

^^i'vt'" F^x .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 20 

Kiti Fox 

Beaver ^ skin 

Wildcat 

Muskrat 

Lvnx \ 



$ 1 50 to $ 2 

25 " 
3 00 
2 00 

60 

30 
. 2 00 

10 

16 

10 
8 00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

20 

75 

25 
5 

00 



00 

75 

5 00 

4 00 

1 00 

60 

4 00 

15 

25 

20 

00 

00 

60 

00 



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m90Ttt:/i nif .noHTfj.ao/: ajiE,K 

— Wh>-re.»siiHf4iilt has b>-en mad** It the condi- 
tloni nf ft certaiii mortgai;e made an i delivered by 
Lyninn Day on and Maria B. Dayton, his wi'e of St. 
Paul. Riiospy coon y, Minnesota, to W.llitm Coombs 
Thoniii.r.n. of Worcest>r, Worcester county, .Vassa- 
chusetrs,d«fpd ih- seventeenth day ol fVcemher, A. 
D. 18fi0. ami recorded in the offline of Register of r>eed8 
ot the county of Raruaey and Sta'e of Minnesota on 
the l»entieihday of iLcenih^r, A. 1'. 1860, in Book 
«. of Mortgages, on pages 234. 235 and 238, and con- 
veying inmirtgiire, the southea.t quarter (U) tf 
•ection thirty f ,ur (34) in township tw.-nt .• nine (2<,) 
omthrfrsn^e twenty two (-■') we.t, a!! in the county 
w«'i I*,""' "*"""• '*'"'"«*"»• "hich mortg.ge 
f^ur hunrt^^r"?'.'*"* P-ynont of a certain not! for 

oJVve'a^d^'^'lh^'i:; rr"ar''trri*"'^ '"1 ""T'*' 
bedu- an I is due tWenn J, ', "^""7 "f""-" ^" 
six and 7« 100 dollars (t4-K7f '°h """^ ""'^ '"'^*°'^ 

<«edin.at lawh^s^^eKil^VedroCrer'th'e^bt 
nee ired bv said mort^aie, nor «nv ri.,; .i *"*"*'>' 

no part of ««id debt hJ^n^M:^ "*^^ 

re, n' tire is herebv tri 



(^T^TK Of- JflMJVjyMiSOTS COVJVTW 

*^ OK KAMSEY— SS. 

IN DISTRICT CO CRT, SECOND DISTRICT. 
Adam Sachs, 

against 
Gottfried Heimbach. 

The State of MinnesoU to Gottfried Heimbaoh de- 
fendant above named 



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nw qr of ne qr vo .. 14 

w hf of s-» qr and sw qr of ne qr - 10 

ucd hf lots 1, 2, nw qr of ne qr and se qr 

•'nwqr 4 .. la 

ui.d hf lots 1, 2 and n« qr of nc qr and se 

qrofnwqr 4 

lot 3 and sw qr 4 

n>' i(r of se qr a' dne qr 5 

undhfofwhf of se qr and se qr of seqr. . 5 

; n 1 h( w hi of se qr and se qr of se qr 5 

w l;f ol f w qr bee 6, and w hf of nw qr 7 .. .. 

ne qpof ne qr sec 7 aud nw qr 8 50 13 

una hf lot 1 ; g 

undhflotl 8 \\ \\ 

nwqr \ 60 14 

e hfof swqr 1 

w hfof swqr 1 

s* qr sec 2, neqr, sec 3 and ne qr 3 .. 

neqr g 

e ht of se qr 10 " 

nwqr 10 .. .. 

swqr 1 .. .. 

wh'ofswqr 11 

se qr .12 

nw ijr 13 

lot o and w hf of swqr and ne qr of s w qr 13 
w hf of ne qr and ne qr of nw qr and i-e qr 

of nw qr 14 

w hfof se qr and e hi ol s* qr 14 

w hf of nw qr 8 c 14 e hf of ne qr 15 .. .. 

w hfof swqr sec 14 and e hi of he qr 15 .. 

w hf of se qr and w hf of ne qr 15 

w l.f of ne qr ot seqr 16 .. 

seqrofseqr 16 .. "' 

nwqr 17 

se qr 17 .. '' 

neqr 18 .. .. 

s qr 19 .. .. 

n hf nf whf of Be qr VO 

nsqrofneqr CO 

e hf of se qr of se qr of ge qr 20 

sw qr of se qr and w hf of se qr of se qr of 

Ke (jr and ne qr of se qr of se qr 20 

w 111' of se qr o! swqr iO 

ehfofseqi of;-w qr and ne qr of w M of 

swqr 20 50 14 

Ofi qr 21 . . . . 

se qr 21 

swqrofseqr 22 .. .. 

■wqr 22 .. 

sw qr 22 

lots .■..'22 !! ;; 

a hfof neqr 23 .'.' .. 

nw qr and e hfof nw qr... 23 

lots 1 , 2 sec 23 and lot 1 24 .. .. 

ne qr of Dw qr and nw qr of ne qr 27 

w htof nw qr and w hf of sw qr and lot5.27 .. .. 

lots 2 and 3 and seqr of nwqr 27 

shfifswqr 28 .. .. 

e half of ne qr and se qr v8 .. .'. 

neqr "29 .. '.' 

nwqr 29 .. .. 

se qr 29 .. 

swqr 29 

"•" qr '. iO .. .'. 

nwqr 30 .. 

nw qr 31 

neqr 31 " 

swqr 32 

ne qr 30 

und hf of ne qr 33 \ '' 

und 13 acres of ne qr 83 '.', 

und 13 acres of ne qr 33 

nod 15 acres of ne qr 33 \\ 

nhfofnwqr .'.'33 " "' 

und .52 acres of neqr 33 

tind 49 16-100 acres of neqr 33 ' _' 

n hf of sw qr and s hf of nw qr and lot 6, 8 

wqrofswqr 33 50 54 

parts of lots 2, 3, 4, sec 34 34 

part of lot 4, sec 4 4 

|iarts of lote 2, 3, 4, sec 33, part of lot 8. '. .34 

1 t3 34 

part of lot 1 on Minnesota Ft 4 



nw qrofnw qr, lot 2, sec 15, n hf of ne qr.l6 

h-t 1 gl 

lots 5 and 6 31 " '" 

^';,'j'v ■.■.■.■.■v.v.'.'.;";;::::i3 m is 

^hlofswqr 13 

«e qr 1.1 " 

n ht of nw qr 24 

nhfrf neqr 04 

.s hf of ne qr 26 

iot Sand Bw qrof sw qr...."m]| !']! '.'.26 .. .. 
LI-T ( F TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Fond du Lac, St. Loais 
C' unty, State ol Minnesota, for the tax of A.D. 1859 
18tO and 1861. ^-.^og^, 

From lot 22 to 180 on First street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Second street. 
From lot 21 to UO on Third street. 
From lot -Jl to 180 on Fourth street. 
Fr Jm lot 21 to ISO on Filth street . 
From lot 21 to 180 on Sixih street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Seventh street. 
Froiu lot 21 to 180 on Figbth street. 
From lot 21 to 180 on Ninth street. 
From lot 74 to IsO on Ita«-ca street. 
From lot 88 to ISO on Cass street. 
From lot 101 to 180 on Huron street. 
From lot 102 to 180 on Erie street. 
From lot 109 to 1-0 on Pembina street, 
From lot 119 to 180 on Ontario street. 
From lot 122 to 174 on Winnipeg street 
From lot 1 to 160 on Water street. 

LIST OF TOWxV LOTS 

Delinquent in the town site of Rice's Point, St. 
c^iuutv, State of Minnesota, for the tax of* 
1859,1860 and 18C1. 

Fr< in IX 144 to .341, also 41 100 acre^, on First street 
From lot IvO to 80O, also .^8-100 acres on Second st ' 
1-rom lot 64 to 292, also OllfiO acres on Third st 
l-rom lot 20 to 360, also 66-100 a.res on F .urth st 
Fr. m lot 25 to 3-'0, also31 100 acres on Fifth st. 
*rom lot 37 to 40J, im Sixth st. 
From lot 295 to 400 on Seventh'st. 
From lot 401 to 431 on Eighth st. 

LIST OF LOTS 

Delinquent in Pt rtland town sita, in the village of 
iMluth, in Saint Louis county, state of Minnesota 
tor the tax ot A U. 1869, 1860 and 1861. 

Fiom lot 1 to 74 inclu.sive. on East Greenlee street. 

West Greenlee " 

East Austin " 

West Austin " 
East McAdam.s " 
West McAdams " 

l^st Johnson " 

West Johnson '' 

Fa~t Drew •< 

West Drew '■« 

East Dick " 

West Dick " 

East Perrv " 

West Perry " 

East CUlton «' 

West Ohfton " 

Fjist Chestnut " 

We.st Chestnut '< 

Kist C;idwell " 

West Cadwell " 

Fast Newton •• 

West Newton " 

East Albert " 

West Albert " 

Clark " 

Carlton " 

Post <' 

Foster " 

AlsoBh)cks 1,2,3,4,0,8 on Superior street aad 
5-7 on LaKe street. 

LIST OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the village of (Upper) Duluth. Saint 
1 ouiB county, State of Minnesita, for taxes for the 
years 1859, 1860 and 1861. 
From lot 1 to lot 300 inclus-ive on I^ke Avenue. 
FVoni lot 1 to lot 302 inclusive on Minnesota Avenue, 
From lot 1 to lot .302 inclusive on St Louis Avenue 
From lot 262 to 303 inclusive on Lake Shore Avenue. 

U6T OF TOWN LOTS 

Delinquent in the village of (I^wer) Duluth, Saint 
Louis county, State cf Minnesota, lor ;a.\es for A 1) 
1859, 1860 and i8bl. ' * 

Ff om lot 1 to lot 400 inclu.sive on Lake Avenne. 
From lot 1 to lot 400 inclusive on Minnesota Avenno. 
From lotl to lot 400 inclusive en St. Louis Avenne. 

UST OF BLOCKS AND PIER BLOCKS 

Delinquent in the village of Oneota,St. Louis conniy 
State of Minnesota, for taxes, A. I). 1860 and \86l.' 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO STJEJJUav^TMISJV, UOTMiV aJVJt 

ifT^em JPBOPRiMiToas, l,ivmi- 

R\WEJ\' Jl.yjt FJJniLIHS. 



Just received, a new supply ol " no chimxky " 
BURNERS, suitable lor burning 

CARBON OIL IN LANTERNS. 

They are a great saving of expense, aud give twice 

the amount of light that the old oil lamps give. 

E. & II. Y. BELL, 
Paul, March 6. Near Winslow House. 



St. 



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Notice is hereby given that the partner.ship hereto- 
fore existing between the -ubsciitiers under the style 
of Sanborn & Lund is this dav dissolved by mutual 
consent, 

Dated St. Paul, Marsh 27, 1862. 

J)UN B. SANBORN, 
CHARLES C. LUND. 

The business of the lale firm of Sanborn i: Lund 
will be adju.sted and closed out by the subscriber tit 
the office of Horn & Galusha, and all persons indebt- 
ed to said firm are requested to call and make imme- 
diate pavment 

St. P.i"ul, March 27, 1862. 

inar29:6«- CHAS. C. LUND. 



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An educated gentleman from Boston, Mass., do- 
sires work. He will be glad of a clerkship in a Sture 
or Hotel; or will accept any position where the brain 
is not overtasked and the body may have healthy ex- 
ercise. Undoubted references. Address, for on- 
month, CLARENCB BUTLER, Daily Press Offlce, Sc. 
I 'aul. ^ apr2 

AVliolesale Dealer in Imported and Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Third Street, Between Jsek on aud Robert Streets 
t. Pani, MmuesotA. 



Constantly on hand a full supply of 

DOUBLE REOTIFIET), 

AND 

OLD RYE & BOURBON WHISKEYS 

mayS.ei 

"dUNDAS MILLS' 

CELEBRATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 
For Sale in bbls. or sacks by 



E 



. Put- 
Gor- 
cor- 



.& H. Y. Be'l, near the Winslow House ; S. K, 
nam, cerner 3d and Market Sts. ; Beaumont A: 
don, corner 3d and Jackson Sts. ; J. B. Slichter, 
ner of 7th and .Tackson 8ts. 

Warranted the best XX Family Flour offered in this 
market. Orders from Hotels, Bakers and others shall 
have prompt attention and immediate delivery. 

maris. J S. APfHIBALD. 

For Ten Days Longer ! 



The balance of the stock is selling 

WITHOUT R K S E R V E 

At Auction Prices. 
The greateat bargains are being given. 
.i^^Store and Dwelling House fir rent low. 

\G,. SCOTT, 

ap rll :2w Third atr eet. 

MSSOJLVTMOjyr of F^RTJYERSHMM* 



THE NORTHERN LIN'E PACKET COMP'Y 

Will also run to Dubuque a line cf packets, 

leaving- Al. I.ouia 'very %1londay, Weit- 

neaday and M-ridan at 4 o^elock, M*.M. 

Thas making a daily Ime as far as Dubuque. 

The Packets will leave fr< m the Northern Line \\'hBrl 
Boat, at the foot of Washington Avenue. 

THOMAS B. RHODES, 

President . 

Bornp & Champlin, 

apr4-7m Agents, St. Paul. 



W^I.TMtM U\ n'Mitttt^ 

WHOLHSALj I>l£AI.i;K LN 

Foreign Wines & Liquors, 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKEY. 

AND MOMHEAL MALI WIIISKET. 

I find that the impiession prevails that pure 
Foreign Wines and Brandy cannot be obtained in 
St. Piiul. 1 wish to assure ihecitizenh and oth- 
ers that hey can salel >• rely upon getting pure, 
unadulterated Wines, Urandies and Gin Irom me, 
equal to any imported. 

\*. W. TVEBR. 
Alio, London Porter, Scotch .ile, Scotch Whiskey. 



KING & CO., 

DEA'.HH..* IS 

FRESH MEATS, I'OULTRY & GAME 

of all kinds au 1 iu any quantity. 

Persons wishing CHOICE LOTS of the best kind, 
and at the lowest price, can alwaja find everything 
in the Fresh Meat line at 

KING & C O. • S 

Well known litore on Wiibashaw street, neat- Filth. 
Those who like good Hving should give us a call, af 
we always keen a eho;c'> oT on bund. fct-.9-d1 v 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO., 

Branch of Oooley & Tower, (formerly IJvtrmore 
Cooley; SU Louis, tstabiished 1642. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 



AKD 

CO]n]TIIS!«ION MERCHANTS, 

mmm of nuu mm, .mjis, m^ 

LIQUORS, CIGARS, &,C. 

JACKSON ST.(bei. Levee & Third) ST. PAUL 



TERMS CASH 



COOLEl, I OWSR ic CO. 

Invite the attention of COUNTRY MKKC HANTS, and 
all desiring GOOD GOODS AT IX>W PRICES 10 their 

LARGE k WELL ASSORTED STOCK 



To which Uberal additions wi'l be made 
opening of navigation. 

Our connections with St. Louis 
enable us to 



upon the 



and the KmI wiU 



OR 



DUPLICATE ST. LOUIS. CHICAGO 
MILWAUKEE PRICFti, 

Without, in many caee.s, adding to coier differaiioe ki 
cost of transportation. 

J. B. JSLICHTEU, 

Having effected an arrangement with Messra. COOLEY, 
TOWER s CO. would be happy to aee and aerve his 
friends in his new position. 

Saint Psnl. \f.rfh 6. lS't2 n'>T21y 




J\ Jt:~^*i l«.*i<«AA« iJSCM.VMtMJVtl 

^ » Hard and Soft shell Almonds. Filberts, ."ecans 



fyaRBOJV «#/, — 50 BBi.S. 

Y' glades, including a fen tiarreU o' the 
Eupion Oil •' (or si!.. lo» to clo.^ &• 
<^OOM>EY TOWER d: CO.»S. 



BBUT 

celebrated 



f^ORMKttJMi-iiOO COMM.S MJJS'MLi.J 

^aud J.jteR.p. ; i{e- Cords Um,,,,. Twine. A;c &C. 
"^ ^CO<jr: .ER TOWER & CO.'S 

^OM/M-MtMt—X .-.<» BJ*iS RtttJIJS'Mt M.^. 

^-'ifuayra, prime, lo pack'^sMooh* do, Tery choice 
'L!:*'L**;:___?^i>*»l'EV TOWER & CO. ' 



€ifFMCB8^-3ti BatJS FMiPPEB JiJS'n 

■^^.-pice, also Nutmegs, Cu.ves, Cass.a, Gineer. 
U-eamTarUr. Babbitt's Salera-.i.s A;r .tc at 
CO OLEY TOWER 4: CO.»S 



'^ ed. I'owdere.i. ,Vc 
bv 



BUM. a, M* « CitlSB- 

for suleat l.,wp.t marke- rates 
COOLEY TOWER A CO. 



*^ boxen iamil} , lor stie i^t k.v, rates, bv 



O"'^'* 



COOLEY TOWER A CO. 

UJVK 



jrPLM:ts. 

•■aciis (,t prime 



- wm: 

quality 



YORK. 



CA.su CAPITAL $100,000 

NEXT SURPLUS 129,000 



DIVIDENDS ON OAPIT.^L LIMITED BY ITS CHAR 

TER TO 7 PER CENT ,^ER CENT I'KK. ANNUM 

—THE ENTIKE PROFITS GO TO THE 

POLICY HOLDERS. 



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bl, 62, 63, 04, 65, 65>i. 66, 67, 68, 09; 70. 71 .^ 
73, 74. 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 89, 90, 91, 9? 
92K, 93, 94, 95, 96. ' ' "''"'''-' 

Pier Blocks Halifax, Atlantic, Boston, New York 
Philf.delphia, littsburg, Ontario, Erie, St Mary')' 
Superior, Marqu-; tte, Oregon, Pacific and Puget. ' 

CARLTON COUNTY. 



Notice is hereby given that tha partnership hereto- 
fore existing between the subscribers known as the 
firm of VROMAN & CROCKETT, is this day dis.solved 

by mutual consent. 

H. N. VROMAN, 
N. CROCKETT. 



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You are hereby summoned and required to answer 
the complaint of the plaintiff which i.s on f.Ie in the 
olTire ot the Clerk of .said Court, at St. Paul, in said 
c luity of Ramiey, and to s«rve a.fopyofyonr an- 
Hv,-rio said complaint within twenty days after the 
Sfrvi"e here.'f upon you, exclusive of the day of such 
s'Tvic"', upon the subscribers at their office in St. 
pHul. and if you fail to answer said complaint within 
the time afor. said the plaintiff will tak" judgment 
aijajnst you for the sum of ooe hundred and tifty dol- 
l.rs, with interest as follows: On »100 from April 
20th.l857,up to October 1st,lR68,at the rate of two and 
one half percent, per month m said one hundred 
dollars, from October 1st, 1858, at seven per cent, per 
annum ; on »50 at the rate of two and one halt per 
cent, per month from the Isf day of January, 1867, 
up to .lanuarv Ist, 1858, and on raid »60 from said 
January Ist, 1858;at the rate of seven per cent, 
annum, beside' crsts and disbursements ot suit. 

J. *C. D GILFILLAN, Plff's Atfvg. 
March 18th. 1868 m»r22d«w 



per 



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and 



Niw thertfor 



of the p-.wer cf ,ale conUin*":: - ?-"" '*'** "^ '''*"« 
aed. the a^ove ..^J^ltr^X^,' "::l^^^[rS 



pursuant to theaUtut* in such ca- - ■ ^^ ' ^""^ 



sold at pudic -nction t'y 'he Sheriff ,.f «..,),] r.„.„, 
county, on thetf'h day rf Jane, A. D 1862 at t 
of the clock in the f irenoon at the front door <.t th° 
Court House in ^'t. Paul, in said county, to satisfr 
said mor'gaee debt an ' leeal di^b-aisements 

St. Paul, Minn., April 17th, 1862 

WM. COOMBS THOM8SON, Mnrtgagse, 

Wm Cha«. T.^omwoii, Attorney for mortgagee. 

apia.aw 



OV Jnijy'J\'Mit,OT.t, MMMS~ 

Court, Second Judicial District, Ramsey 
county. 

Ira Bidwell, airainst Elizabeth C. Rindall, John Ran- 
dal', E isha D. Randall, Herman Birgman. Mary E 
Birgman, Andrew Levering and Wm. H Morton. 
Summons for Relief. 

The State of Minnesota to the above named defend- 
ants. 

Yon and each of ynu are hereby summoned and re- 
quired to answer the complaint in this action, ol 
which a copy is herewith served upon yon, and a ropr 
of wh ch is filed in the office ot the Clerk of anid 
Cour:, and to serve a copy of your anvwer to the aaid 
complaint on the subscriber, at his efBoe in St. Patil, 
Ramsey county and State of Minnesota, within twen- 
ty davs after trie service hereof, exclusive of the day 
of such service ; and if yon fail to answer the said 
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in 
this action wiU apply to the Court for the relief de- 
manded in the complaint. 
Dated February 7, 1862. 
"^•^ «w NBWKJ,, PUtBtiiI>s AU'y. 



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Tf e bnsinesa will be carried on at the old stand by 

N. CROCKETT. 
Minneapolis, March 59th, 1862. aprl2:trav2 

B YERST & POLLOCK 

MANUFAC fURERS AND DEALERS 
Mn Copper, Shttt-Mron, and Tin Ware^ 

Opposite the Big Clock, 



Tbi.« S-Dciety was organized in the year 1869, with ;- 

cashcajital of $100,000 difpositc! irrevocably with 

the Insurance Departmei t of the State of New York, 

in U.S, bonds, on which it allows but 7 per cent, per 

annum to the stockholders, and the entire profits o, 

the bu.sine s is shared lythe policy holders. The 

nett profits iu two years i.mounts to $129,000, which 

shows an unparalleled su.icess in the history of Liie 

Insurance. Its operations are managed by a Boani 

of Directors composed of the ablest business men of 

the country and its busiiess is conducted entirely on 

the cash plan. Dividends to th« policy hoHer.s wii, 

b» wade every five yearn, and no Company in the 

country offers equal advantages to its dealers. 

WM. C. ALfXANDKR, Prest. 
H«.\Ky B. IIvoK V. Pres Geo. W. Philup.s, Actuary 

H. S. DURAND, Milwaukee, Gen. Agent, 
W. W. KING, State Agen' for Minnesota. mil2j 

JOHN A. STfiKS, 
U ND E R T A K E R , 



CORNER THIRD <t Ml SXESOTA SIS. 57. i'AUL 



alKuit UiO 
maxKet rates, at 

ruoi.KV roiVR:« A 



< n land at 
CO .'8 



Wm. Illingworth, 

WATCH MANUFACTURER 



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TOWN CLOCK BUILDER. 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK 
J.dCHSOJ\' *r.. fiJMJVT PJtVI.. 



JACKSON S'C. 

St. Psnl, Nf vember 14, 1861. 



...SI. PAUL 

novHdJtwlr 



JO JllSr A. STEKS, 

M^NCTAOrraMi a.vd dkalkr i.n 

Furniture & Cabinet VVsire 

Of evf ry variety of style and pattern. 
Corner 3(1 and Allniiesota Mts. St. Paul. 

49- All kinds of lumber taken in trade.. 
.IjanSdwly. 



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FIRST CLASS LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 
On Summit Avenue, near St. Paul Female Seminary, 
in the best repair. Lot 80 by 175 feet. Enquire of 
Maltb-, Webb & Co.. in Concert Hall. aprl8:m* 

REOUL AK 

Minnesota River Packet. 



The steamer JEAN KETTE ROR_ 
EKTS will run regularly during the 
season of navigation to New Clm, and 
all intermediate points. 
For freight or passage apply on board. 
aprl7:3m NEl.SON ROBKRT3, Master. 



READY 



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FURNISHED. 



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J^OTMCK MS BBMBBW GMVBJV 

' that the whole of the several tracts and town 
rots in sail', list contained, or so much thereof as will 
be neo** .ary to piy the taxes and penal y charged 
thereon . ^\\ j,e sold at the offlce of the County 
Treaso rer, in the villag» of DuLnth, county of Saint 
' <""» , and Stat« of Minnesota, on the first Mondav of 
Jnn' , A D. 186-2, by ';he County Treasurer, unless 
•WW .1 taxes and penalty be paid l>efore that time. 
LE WIS H. MERRKTT, 
Ootuktr Aa4It vr, St. L«ais eoua^, Minn. 
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Any person having, or who may shortly have, a 
house already furnished to rent, will please apply to 
FAIROHILD & PEASE, who will find them an appU- 
«ant. aprlfrlw 

M. N.^ELLOaG.~~ 

WBOLHALC AND RKTAIL 

Dealer* in Fruits, Toys, 

CON PECTIONEKY, &E. 

MAPLE SL'GAR, 

at M. N. KELLOGGS. 

SWEET CID.'liR & CIDER VINEGAR 

*^The finest artic te of Chewing Tobacco and 3eg»rs. 
at M. N. KELLOGG 'a 
bbfi-dly 

WMOMPJS', Lk7J\'MM «■ ».M M. VtfMMJI, 

ATTORNEYS &. (COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(Succeesors to Horn h Gat nsha and Sanborn & Lund) 

Sawt Paul, Mln.vksota , 

Practioe in all the ConrU e>f the SUte and in the 
Courts of the United States,. »t Lmw, in Chancery and 
in Admiralty. 

Collections carefully and jm •>n»ptly attended to. 

mh'29:ly 




Having had over thirty years experience iu the best 
Watch Factories in England and Amer.ca, he (eels 
himself competent to do anything in his line a little 
Superior to rny other establishment in the northwest. 

49~N. B. Persons Tvishing to perfect themselves 
in the bus-na-s will be received under instruction on 
very r.io'erate terms. Fine w..rk done and Clock and 
Watch Wheels cut for the trade at low rates. mrS, 



St. Panl Vinegar Works, 

NO. 4 SIBLEY STREET. 



Sole agent t ir 
)an5d&wly 



\{''tai;ic Burial Cases and Caskets. 



Superior Writing Fluid 

Has been before the public for three year.s, and wher- 
ever used, is pronounced EyDAL if not superior to 
any imported ink. 

The publisher of the .N> v York Independent, upon 
ordering a quantity, ssys—' We find after giving it 
a fair trial that it is the BK.:'T INK we have ever usr d ." ' 

This Ink has been thoronghly tested and is now 
used by Bankers and others throughout the country. 

For sale by D. D. MERRILL, ft Paul. 

J^Dealers will address 

SMITH & IIROWNWBLL, 

aprS Manuficturers. Marliu', N. Y. 



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plete stock of LI ^IJORS AWO CIUARS, all ol 
which we wiUse)4 under guarmaty «» to quality, and 
atpriOMtkatWApaid tvioiwiorgooil «• 



J. F. BLODGET, 

AVMMMTOR OP JJ\'OMl.a \COVJVT% , 

Will pay taxes for non-reiident«, and furnish Infor- 
mation in relation to land; in Anoka county. 
Any information in relation to deUnquent taxes 

nrnished free ot charge. marl2:dtf 

FIKST ^vRRlVAL 

OF 

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AT 

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4^-Everythiog of the most desirable kind in the Dry 
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Wanted to Buy. 

Any person who WANTS TO SELL a mixed stock ol 
Dry (ifioils and Groceries, or stock of either on rea- 
sonable terms may find a sa e purchaser by addressing 
& D., Dundaa, Mion. 

marl6:lm 

C. E. Woolsey & Co. 

KSnccessors to L.. D. Wilson,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. an SOUTH WAITER ST., CHICAGO. 

CASH ADYANCfiS ON COM8IONMJU(T& 
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Palmer'.s Pure V^iiiegrar. 

We would call the altentitm of alt who are inter- 
ested in the mann'acture and sale of PURE VINJUiAR 
to our stock, manntsctured under patent to John 
I'almer. We have on hand a better article of Vinegar 
than was ever before offered for sale in the northwest, 
which we are nrepareil to ssnd to any part of the Stat* 
at reasonable rates. 

COUNTRY DKALERS 

Who do not buy directly of us should be ptrtienlar 
10 specify " Palmer's Pure Vinegtr,'-' when ordering 
from «holei>ale dialers in St. I'aul. 

CONSUMERS 

Should in all cases ask for P.* LMER'S PURE VINEGAR 

Ann TAKH A'O OTHER. 

It is for sale by all the Grocers in the city who devirv 
to keep GO<^D AKTlCLEi for sale. Try It, and yoa 

will use no other. 

From D. B. Reid, M. D., F. R. S. E , Practical Chem- 
ist, and a:ilhor ol numerous works on Chemisttr. 
Public Health, 4c. ; 

" I hereby certify, that I have examineil the vine- 
gar manufactured bv CO. Uwis 4 Co. of this city 
and have found it of excellent quality and free from 
all deleterious ingredients. d B RE3D " 

"SI. Paul D-c. 18, 1861.' 

SoM at wholesale or retell at our works on Sibley st. 

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International hotel.' 

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CORNER or TENTH AND JACKSON STREETS 

SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

feb6-d6iD 

New Military Books^ 



Patton's Manual and Form Book — an exceedingly 
valuable book for offieers. 

Jomini's Science of War with Maps, translated 
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Army Regulations and U. 8. latentry Ttatiea. 

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SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME IL 



8T. PAUL, MlNNI'soiA. SLNi)AV APRIL 27 l8o2. 



NUMRLR lOL 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 

r^^ Tun paper has a larger Daily, Tri- 

Weelily aui Weekly circulation than any other In 
MiuueMta, ai><t titerefore preientd iiiJueements to ad- 
Terti^ers wtuch tliey will not &nil elsewhere. 



ST, PAUL, SUNDAY. APRIL 27. 



SEE FOURTH PAGE. 



THK nKU'!* THIS inOKNINO. 

The intimatioiw in yoMtetilays ditipatch- 
es ot tiiihtiiiL; nei»r Pittsburg Laudinjf ou 
Ttiursd.iy, i^^ tx^nfiruied. It was not, bow>> 
ever, a general tugagimeut. Gen. Hulleck 
sent forward u strong recotinoitriDtr fcrce, 
which encountered a party of the enemy, 
which was tngugvd and deteated. The re- 
conuoissance was pushed to wiihin six miles 
ot Ooriulh. Xo cnmp or tortificutious of 
the enemy were found at Pi a Ridge, whore 
it was said Bcuiircgard was cutreuchiug. 
( The impression of a gentleman who ao> 
compunied the reconcoi'-sanco, is, that the 
rebels are evacuating Corinth and going to 
Memphis. The incessant rattling and whis- 
tling of the cars was doubtles-! no more than 
the ordinary business between the great 
army at Corinth and Memphis, wheiice Ihe 
army draws its supplies. 

<jeu. Pope, it appears, has gone with his 
army to reinforce IJalleck. This fact ex* 
plains the statement heretofore made that 
large reinlorteuKnts had arrived at Pitts- 
burg Landing. Pope's command must have 
nauibered trom twenty to thirty thousand. 
Gen. Ualleck wisely gathers an overwhelm- 
ing force to make success in the coming bat- 
tle doubly certain. 

Mitchell's column has before this joined 
him, or is within strikiiig distance. The 
combined army that Ilalleck will lead to 
battle will not fall short of 160,000 men. 

The news (.f Gen. Jackson's retreat from 
the Sh- la: doah vallt;y across the Blue 
Ridge, to Gordonsvilie, id circumstantially 
confiriued. 

From Fo!t Jackson, below New Orleans, 
we learn tli.st one of our gunboats had pass- 
ed the tort. It nothing more formidable is 
found between the fort and New Orlean?, 
that city will sp.'edily be at the mercy <'f our 
gunbo.lt9. 

Fn m Yorkiown we have nothing ot in- 
terest. 



DCATU OF IVIAJOiC GCN. CHARLES 
r. .S.III'IU. 

The tek graph briogs the sad news of the 
death of this veteran officer, who died at 
Savannah, T nnessee, on the 25lh inst., of 
dysentery. 

General Smith was a native ol Pennsyl- 
vvuia, an J gi aduated as a cadet from that 
State at West Point on the 30th of Jun^', 
182.'3. lie was made Second Lieutenant 
in the Second Artillery, July 1st, of that 
year ; Assistant Instructor of Infantry 
Tactics at the Military Academy, from 
June 25, 1829, to S plember 1, IbSl, and 
Adjutant from September 1, 1831, to Apri' 
1, 1838 ; First Lieutenant, May 30, 1832 ; 
Instructor of Infantry Tactics and Com<« 
mandantof Cadets at the Military Acade- 
my from April 1, 1838, to September 1, 
1842 ; Captain, July 7, 1838 ; brevet Major 
May 9, 184(5, lor gallant and distinguished 
conduct in the battles of Palo Alto and Re- 
saca de la Pa! ma : brevet Lieutenant Colo- 
nel, September 23,1646, for gallant conduct 
in the several conflicts at Monterey, Mexico, 
on the 21st, 22i], and 23d of September, 
1846 ; brevet Colonel, -Auitust 20, 1847, for 
gallant and meritorious conduct in the bat 
ties of Contr^ ras and Cherubusco. 

In 1856, when the army was increased, 
Gen. Srait'.i was appointed Colonel of the 
Tenth lulantry, an 1 in the fall ot that year 
a portion of his reg!m':nt was stationed in 
Minnesota — he assuming command of head- 
quarters at Fort Snelling. lie remained 
hero until the regiment was ordere>l into the 
•• Army of Utah ;" and during the celebra 
ted campaign against the Mormons of Salt 
Lake City, he was second in command of 
that army under Albert Sidney Johnston, 
the rebel commander, who fell in a cojtest 
only a few days since, in which Gen. Smith 
must have confronted him, but for suffering 
upon what has proved to be his death bed. 

He was appointed Brigadier General dur- 
ing the last summer, and took a prominent 
part in the siege ol Fort Donelson, where 
he distinguished himself not only as a skil- 
ful and sagacious ofDcer, but as a brave and 
daring soldier. For gallant and meritori- 
ous conduct on this occasion, he was pro- 
moted a Maj jr General, but never lived to 
fight a battle under the insignia of that high 
ofBce. 

The country could have spared many f;f 
her Generals at this time witii ies-? los^ to 
the serviee than will be felt in the demise 
of thii gallant hero. 



flIAIL. PAILURES. 

We are compelled to go to press this 
morning without giving our readers the 
benefit of at least three and properly four 
mails due lust evening. There has been 
trouble by high water on the La Crosse road, 
and it woull seem that there has been 
something wanting elsewhere. We trust 
the mystery will be soon explained. Our 
citizens will not stand this derangement of 
their busioess another day. 

We learn from private dispatches received 
last evening, that the Northern Belle left 
La Crosse yesterday morning at five o'clock, 
with two mails. She will be in early this 
morning. The Frank Steele will also bo jn 
to-day with a third mail. 

— Rev. H Gratton Guinness has recently 
issoed a pamphlet, taking the ground that 
Chribtians --honld not fight even in their 
own or country's caase. 



.litiitlOlILTrK.^}. ST.^TlSrit'S. 

lUuKAi or Statistics, ^ 
St. I'aiil, April -i-ttli, I8t>-^. ) 
lb the Editor of the St. f'aul Prtis . 

As the Assessor is on his rounds ngain» 
will you oblis^e me by calling u' teution to 
the following laets : 

1. Farmers are requned by bw to fur-« 
nish assessors with Ihts of {heir cvps of 
the previous year, giving the nuinber of 
each crop, and the amount produced, ac- 
cording to bliijik srhedules supplied by a^" 
ses lors. 

2 These lists of crops are not intended 
for the purpose ol ta.xaiion, but solely for 
statistical purposes. It is hig'uly impor- 
tant that this be understoud iii urder that 
ciiniplete lists maybe furnished 

3. The law provides only lor th.- listing 
of the cro{!S of the previous year ; but in 
additiun, I have sent circulars to assessors, 
requesting them to keip an ace.junt of ihe 
number of acres sown or planted in each 
crop t'le presiut year. Will jou do me the 
favor to impn.s.~ upon your fai'nier-r.adeis 
the fact that the informal ion thus sought is 
f(T purely statistical purposes, and to urge 
them to make full and accurate statements 
of the tillage of the present year, rs well 
as the crops of last. 

4. Last year i.oi utie third of the live 
stock or other personal property in the 
State was returned by Assessors. The re- 
turns nnder this head which would be ex- 
ceedingly valuable, if reliable, are now to« 
tally worthless for statistical purpo.«es, ex- 
cept as showing how kosely and imperfectly 
the assessments arc niadf. Under the pres 
ent system one third of the taxable personal 
property in the State carries the burden 
which should be equally distributed 
over the whole. The first step towards 
remedying this evil is in the formition, by 
the general coni-urrence of the press 
throughout the State, of a public opinion 
against it, which shnll hold Assessors and 
parties making list^, to a riijid accoutita'oil- 
ity lor any conct alment of property. Un- 
til honest tax-payers .shall combine tofn- 
force the law against the dishont gt, they must 
continue to pay twice or thrice the rate of 
taxation which would benetissary ifo . -h ilf 
or two-thirds ot the taxable proji rty of tLe 
State did not annually sliilt its chare of ihe 
taxes upon the remaining portion. 

J. A. WUEKLOCK, 

Comniis.sioiier of .■statistics. 

THE FlUST IVINNCMO I'A B.lTTliKY 
AT PrrT>>U(IiCG. 

TOK CASCALTIES—TIIRKK Ktf.LKD, EIGHT 
WOUNOBD, ONK MI.-^I.NG. 

The Stale News, St. Anthony, publishes 
ihe fo|!owiag from a member of ih ■ com- 
pany : 

PiTTSBDEG, Tenn., April 7. 

Deab Mother :— I am all right, ihongh 
1 havv:; been in quite a skirmish dowii hi're 
in Dixie, and I guess secession i^ at a dis- 
count. We have had a pretty hard time of 
it tor a few days. Besmrfjrard imido u^ 
fight whether we wanted to or not. 

Last Saturday we were attached to Gen. 
Prentiss' Division. Sunday morning, jnst 
at'ier breakfast, an officer rode up to car 
Captain's tent and told him to prepare for 
action. We harneastd uj) and staried. We 
liould hear the sound of musketry and had 
to go only about a quarter of a mile before 
we could hear tlie Tennessee Quickstep 
played with bullets. We were ordered to 
the iront where there were only about 2,000 
infantry engaged. Here we wheeled into 
battery and opened npon tli'rn, bur they 
were in such large torce ihaf the infantry 
had to fall back, so that we liud to do 
tall ruuniosr. So we retreated about 
twenty rods and wiieeled into battery 
agaii. and cave them the cons 
tents ;■; ai)out twenty Hotchkiss patent 
shells. The first tinv; v>e wheeled one of 
our drivers w.is killed. His name was 
Coiby Sliti-;on. H;iy vood's horse was shot 
at almost the same t;t(i»'. The second time 
we cuioe inUi buU \y the Captain was 
wounded in the leg, and his horse siiot 
under tiim. Tl.ey charged on our gun and 
on the 6th p'atoon howiiz-r, but they g 't 
hold of the wrong end of ihe gun. We 
then limbered up and retnated wiihin tiie 
line of battle we had Sormed. While ive 
were retreaiing they shot one of our lior-es, 
when we had to stop and take him out, 
which let the rebels come up Tather clog.^ 
When within about six rnlsol ii- t!;«y fired 
int > us, and wounded (Ju.poral Davis of 
the gun dotacanient, breaking his hg above 
the ankle, which le't two short in our 
platoor. 

We fought ull day, retting and advanc- 
ing, until about five o'clock, when tii'> in- 
fantry became discouraged and tell back, 
atrl we biiig ordered to, did likewise. We 
retreated quite a distance and tell inside 
anoth r line of batterie-. 'vVe nlanted our 
batli ry on the top of the hill ml opened up- 
on them in connection with other batteries 
i'.r a mil'! in h ngth, and then it became so 
hot for them that they tia<i to re' ire lor the 
night. Next moin;i.g Gc:'. Fiutll reinforce;! 
u-!, throwing power enougii on our .'siiie to 
drive them in full retreat aid Hue'l alter 
them. 

I send a list of the killed and wounded as 
correct as 1 can : 

Woi'.vDED.— Captain Emit Munch, in the leg; 
Lieutenant Peebles, iu the leg and arm ; Ser- 
geant t. layton, iu the thigh ; isergeant Connor, 
in the side; Corporal Davis, leg broke above 
ankle ; Private Geo. Summers, in the anlile ; 
Private Harry Blood, very slightly in the 
spine; Private Joseph Johnson, left 'iirm near 
the shoulder. 

Killed. — Colby Stin.'?on ; Ole J. Texdale 
(or Sexdale.) 

MissiNO. — Richard O'Hara. J. F. 



i.OCAL AFKALKS. 



— The Des Moines (Iowa) Rej.orteri-9,}^ 
'Farmers are realizing tt:e t tfects of bad 
weather. There has been as vet no oppor- 
tunity to sow spring wheat. Many farms 
located in the valleys have been submerged; 
lences have been swept away: out-houses 
have been carried off, and property of a'l 
descriptions destroyed. Hero it i^ beyond 
the middle of April, and the farmers have 
hardly made a commencement in their 
spring work. Unless there is speedy change 
lor the better, the wheat crop this season 
may be considered a failure. Corn and 
other great staples must be more extensive- 
ly cultivated to make up the deficiency. ' 

— Brig. Gen. Rosccrans i^ assigned to 
Blcnker's division, the latter officer beirg 
indisposed from a slight wooad. 



Phki'akinu kok Prisonkb-s. — Surgeons 

Stewait and Ia' Boutelher have received 

rders to remain on duty at Fort Snelling. 

riiis means prisoners, or sick and wounded 

Irom our own army 

A CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.— Whoover 
Wants clothing or gent's furnishing goods, 
will do well to call ou S. D Jackson, Third 
street, O];posile Tlioiiipson Brus.' Batik. He 
is .selling off hi.s stock at less than Ne\v 
York coot. 

Rkcrl'its Going Forward. — Captain 
DeWitt C, Smith, of company D, First 
Regiment, leaves to-morrow morning wltii 
several recruit- for ids reiMment. 

Capt. Western also leaves at the same 
time tor the headquarters of the Second 
Regiment with recruits. 



Dr. Frederick P. Cor, well kn(*wn 
to many of our citizens as a member of the 
firm of Gitteau, Coe & Co., which was in 
bnsine.-js here in 1857-58, died at Lebanon, 
Connecticut, on the 9th inst. The Doctor 
died with the disease which he was severely 
suflfering from during hi? brief residence in 
St. Paul — consumption. He was once 
Treasurer of the State of Connecticut, and 
while a resident here, attached himself to 
a large circle of ^friends by his social and 
gonial disposition. 



The liivKR Gives up Its Dead. — The 
body of young Adams, who was drowned 
la't December, while skating on the ice ops 
posite the lower part of the city, was re- 
covered a few days since near the head of 
Lake Pepin. His father will go down this 
morning to bring home the remains. 

The body of a man, much decompoged, 
was found yesterday inorniog among the 
bushes on Raspberry Island. It is supposed 
jt was the remains ot one of the men 
dr(rvvtied at Shakopee last fall. Coroner 
Castuer l.eld an inquest over the remains, 
but no definite verdict could be rendered. 
The coroner had the body properly disposed 
<il ait'.r the inquest. 



Pkrsonal -J. T, Halstead, Esq. who 
it will be recollected, was wounded and 
taken prisoner at Bull Run, has arrived 
home, and was welcomed by his family and 
friends, on Friday. Mr. H has devoted 
ail the fing'Ts of his left hand to the for- 
tunes of war, besides suffering greatly as a 
[)risoner in Richmond for several months 
during the time he served the flag of his 
coun'ry. 

Lieut. McCulInra, of Company G, Firft 
Reg uieut, who has been home on sick fur- 
lough, returns this morning to the head- 
quarters of his regiment before Yorktown. 
We are pleased to state the Lieutenant re- 
turns in good health . 



River News. — The river continues to 
rise gradually, and is now as high as it wa^.^ 
last Tuesday. Wo think, at least, it will 
reach the point of last year. 

The ris:^ in the Minnesota at Carver dnr. 
ing the twenty-four hou-^ ending at six 
o'clock yesterday morning, was about si.'i 
inche.-. When the Albany left Mankaio 
on Wednesday night, the water was coming 
up at the rate of an inch an hour. 

The Norttiern Light, Capt. Qabbert 
clerk Sam Cook, came in yesterday on, 
time. The Light is the Prairie du Chien 
and Dunleith packet this morning, and will 
go down punctuady at seven o'clock. 

The Albany arrived from Mankato yes- 
terday morning, and left again, last evenin?. 

The Clara Hine and Antelope were in 
port, atid departed as usual. 

The War Eagle, Capt. Webb, Chas- 
Mather, clerk, will be due this morning, 
ao.l will be the Prairie du Chien and Dun- 
leith packet down to-morrow morning 
at seven o'clock. 



Sword Presentatio.v to Capt. Eddy. 
— On the 16th inst., we received an ac- 
count, which follows, of a sword presenta 
tion by the so'diers of Company G, Filth 
Regiment, to their commander, Capt. O. 
Eddy, of Wiibashaw. It has been a mat- 
ter of annoyance that the manuscript of the 
speeches delivered on the occasion was mis- 
laid at the time, and has just now been 
found. We take the earliest occasion to 
note the fact, and to comply with the re- 
quest of the Company lo give their proceed- 
ings publicity. 

Quartermaner W. B. Mctirorty having 
been requested by the Company to make 
the presentation, spoke as follows ; 

Fellow Soldiers of Wabashaw Guards ; 
have the honor of being selected by your patriot 
band, an honor which I shall always remem- 
ber, to present thi.s magnificent sword to your 
gallant chief. I know that an honorable man 
is always a brave man, and that your gallant 
chief is the soul of honor. This blade is bright 
and untarnished, and I have confidence that 
when once this sword is unsheathed, it never 
will seek the scabbard tarnished by any dis- 
honorable act of the worthy lecipient, and that 
hewould prefer ten thousand deaths rather 
than your noble confidence should be mis- 
placed. 

Captain, receire this sword, and once un- 
sheathed, let it never seek the scabbard until 
our now distracted country is again restored 
to its former greatness. What is life any more 
than death to a man when the freedom of his 
country is in danger? 

To which Captain Eddy replied as fol- 
lows : 

SoLDiifRS OF Company G :— I receive this 
sword— this compl.ment entirely unexpected. 
It has ever been my desire to win your confi- 
dence and esteem. It was highly flattering to 
me indeed to know that eighty-tbree brave 
men, who have abandoneel home and family 
to offer their lives as a sacrifice for the restos 
ration of our glorious country, placed confi- 
dence enough in me to appoint me by your 
unanimous vote as your chief. But this sees 
ond testimonial has taken me entirely by sur- 
prise. Any thing I might say to you to night 
would not be considered u a proof of mj con- 



fidence in your or my devotion to the cause 
for which we are all struggliug. It was said 
by the pers))) whom you have selected to 
make this preseniaiiou, that 1 should pieler 
tea thousand deaths laUii;! than betray the 
confideuce you have reposed in me. What 
has an American ciiiiteu to live for alter his 
country is destroyed ? 

I return ymi my thanks, my noble soldiers; 
and I hope that whiiu this unholy war is over, 
that this blade will be returned as pure and 
uatirnished as it uow appears before you, and 
with your aid I have every confidence that we 
will all do our duty as becomes American sol- 
diers. 



LATEST JNEWS. 

BY TELEGRAPH TO ST. PAUL. 

W I N S r. O W ' 3 LINK. 



Land Warrants, Ilalf Breed and Resorve 
Scrip— all sizes — prices, 
jy^ THOMPSON BROS. 



^lottrtatjj & (^mmmhl 



IMPORTANT HtlLlI PITTSBLRG Umm. 



A RECONNOISSANCE TO WITUIX SIX 
MILES OF CORINTH. 



AN £i\(M(JEMKM BETWEKS ADVANCE 
(iUABUS. 

REBELS DRIVEN BACK. 



Monetary. 



CURRENCY AND EXCHANCE QUOTA- 
TIONS OP THOMPSO.S BROS BANKERS. AND DKAL- 
E8S IN EXCHANGE, LAND WARRANTS. AC. 

St. Paul, April 26, 186i!. 
B A N K A R I. K FINDS. 
NHw\'(.rk, N'<w England, 

Ohio, Micbii^an, 

Iowa, PLaaile'puia, 

indiauu, NewJei-«ey, 

NV'cona County B-.iik, PittKburgh, 

famsej Co. Eadorssd Scrip, Wisconsin. 
U. 3. Demand Notf-a, C»n>da. 

United States 6 per ceut. two years Note* 
n.irling 4: iSchplfcr'.; endorsed sjrip. 

EICH.ANGE RATES. 

S'^'ling tor. Premium 

Bankable Fuml^.... 1 1< per ct prm 

Kiinern J^ per ct prm 

Treasury Note^t ^ pr ct im . 

American Gold % per ct rt h. 

CAICACO mONEV MARKET. 

Chicago, April 21 
Monetary operations are exceedmgly quiet 
to-day, notwithstanaing a. pleasant sunshine. 
There is no change in quotations. Eastern 
exchange parca;>^ bujiug ; yi selling ; Gold 
m buying; \% selling. The demand for 
both exchange and g.old are light. 

Commercial. 



CHICAGO MAUKET. 

Prom the Chicago Tribune. 

Chicago, April 2'.J. 

There was a good demand to-day for wheat, 
especially lor N'o. 1 Spring, which sold free- 
ly at 78c— an advance of )^®3^c per bushel. 
No. 2 spring was sold at 72/S>73c, principiilly 
the inside quotation. Flour advanced 6c — 
with sales at |3.7tj@4.35 for fair to choice 
spring extras. 

Winter wheat brands were also in better 
request, and sales ranged from $4.90@5.15. 
Corn was firm, with sales of old mixed in 
store at 253's'@26c, and caual and river mixed 
at 25^. 8c afloat. Oats were in good deniiind 
at 20c in store. Rye 41c in store. Bailey 
was firm. Highwines nominal — buyers otfer- 
ing 183^0— holders asking 20J^. Provisions 
were dull. Freights 7>^c for wheat to Buflk^ 
lo , Ul^c for rye to Oswego ; and ll%c for 
wheat lo Kingston and Oswego. 

Chicago, April 2'i. 
Flour active, and oalOc higher. Wheat y^c 
higlier. 77a77>i for No. 1; 73a74 for No. 2. 
Corn unch>ingea and quiet. Oats quiet. Ex- 
cliiinge unchanged and quiut. Oats quiet. 
Exchange and gold are unchanged. Freight 
active. 

IfllLWAUKEC miAKKET. 

from Ike Milwaukee Sentinel 

Thursdav, April 24. 

The foreign advices published in this issue 
still further stimulated the wheat market yes- 
terday, and we have to note an advance ol Ic 
above Tuesday's prices. There is but little 
disposition to sell at the appreciated prices, 
notwithstanding that freighti had an upward 
tendency. On 'Change sales amounted to only 
about 6,000 bushels at 78c for No. 2 and 82c 
for No 1 spring in store, and 80@83c for the 
same qualities in bags. 

There was also a material improvement in 
the demand (brtiour, and prices were fully 5c 
better than Tuesday. Not less than 2,000 bbls 
changed hands at $3, SO to $3,95 for fair to 
choice country spring extra. City brands would 
readilv command J4,26@4,37, "but were held 
at *4,37(34,50. 

No change in coarse grains, with the excep- 
tion of rye which was l@2c higher. Uifh- 
wines declined Ic. 



Halleck Pushing Forward. 



Chicago, Ai>ril 26. 

A special (iispaliih to the Joumol, says 
a reconiioissaiice in force was made towards 
Corinth on Thur-;day, Wlien uiii:^ mil's 
out they surpristd a nbel camp, took twt n- 
tv-sc'veu pri8oiit;.-,at.d desin-.td their camp 
equipage. Thty then advanced to Pea 
Ridge, within six miles of Corinth, and re- 
mained from eleven in the morning until 
three in the afternoon. They saw no .signs 
of the enemy. 

Mr. Stevenson, of Danville, Illinois, who 
accompanied the reconnoissance, reports tliat 
he heard constant rattling o! car? and S"i:nd> 
ing of whistles towiirds Memphis. They 
got the impre-^sion that the rebels were 
evacuating Corinth lor the latter place. 

Cairo, April 26. 

A special dispateh to the St. Louis Lem- 
ocrat says passengers who reitohed hero this 
morning on the steamer N. W. Tiioraus. 
which left Pitt.-bur;? Landing on Thursday 
night, bring highly important intelligetce. 
An engagement look place between the 
advance guards ot thi^ national and rebel 
armies on Thursday. The rebels were driv^ 
en back toward Corinth. 

(ieneral Halkek was pushin»< his whole 
army vigor jusly forwar.l 

OCCUPATION OF FREDERICKSBURG 
BY GEN. M'DOWELL 



THE RAPPAHANNOCK CLEARED. 



ACQIIA CREEK R.ULROAU TO BE PIJT 
I.\ ORDER AGAIN. 



(Sec, 



&c., 



&c. 



RETAIL PUICES. 

Sr. Paul, April 26, 186'i. 
Bkans— White, 1.00@1.25 cents ^ bushel. 
Butter— Firkin, i^lb9@10. Country, in rolls 

Candles— Tallow, m'd, ^ lb 11@12. Star 
18(2.20. Adamantine, 20. Sperm, 40@50. 

Carbo.v Oil — Best quality 50c. 

Cqeksb— W. R. ^ fi) 11. ' Hamburg 12. 

Coffee— Rio, ^ lb Prime 25. Laguajra, 
25v^28. Java, 30(<^33. Mocha, 30@83. 

Eggs — Three dozen for 25c. 

Frctits— Apples, green, '^ bbl. |3 75@4 '25 ; 
dried, |( lb 10c. Cranberries ^ bushel 90@ 
$1. Peaches, dry, ^ lb 123^c. 

Floor— Superfine ^ bbl. fS 50 Extra |4 25 
@4 50. 

Meal— Corn ^sack, fl 15@f 1 25. 

.Molasses— Plantation, ^ g.'H., 50c. Sujjar 
house, 60c. Oolden Syrup, 75c. Stuart's xx 
90@|100. 

Lard— Per lb 7@Sc. 

Ovio^s.— Per bushel, 40c. 

Potatoes— Per bushel, 25(g80. 

I'ouLTBT— Chickens, |} pr lb. 10c; 
kevspr lb. 12c>^.c 

kicE— Per lb, 10@11. 

SoGAR— Brown, ^1 lb 10c. Refined 
12(^13. Refined. OiOO, 12i^@13. Powder^di 
12 Crushed, 121^(^14. Cut loaf. 123^@13. 
Meats— Smoked, Hams Sugar cured 10c, plain 
8c, Shoulders 5@6, Clear Sides 7@8. Meats 
Cut — Beef Surloin and Porter House stes-ks 
aud roasts 8@10c, Round 6c, and other cuts 3 
ao. Pork— Steaks and Choice Roast, 6 ; cuts 
4a5. Mutton, Lamb and Veal, 14. 

Teas — Young Hyson and Imperial $1.00® 
$1.25; Oolong 60(g$1.2.5. 



Tor- 



000, 



MILWAUKEE FUR JTIARKET. 

Mink $ 1.50 to 

Muskrat 10 " 

Kaccoon 60 " 

Wildcat 25 " 

Red Fox 1.12>^ " 

Cross Fox 4.00 " 

Silver Grey Fox 25.00 " 

Otter 3.00 " 

Fisher 4.00 " 

Bear 5 OO •' 

Cub Bear 3.OO " 

Martin 2.00 " 

Beaver per lb 1.00 



12.00 

l;l 
75 

50 
1.87>^ 
6.00 
40.00 
4.00 
6.00 
T.OO 
6.0<) 
4,00 



ST. PAUL FUR lUARKBT. 

The following are the ruling prices for No. 
1 furs; 

Mink I 1 60 to $ 2 00 

Coon 25" 75 

Fisher 3 00" 5 00 

Otter 2 00" 4 00 

White Wolf. 50 " 1 00 

Prairie Wolf 30" 50 

Martin 2 00 " 4 00 

Skunk 10" 15 

Badger 15 " 25 

Deer skins t? fi) 10" 20 

Black Bear 8 00 " 8 00 

Black Cub Bear 2 00" 4 00 

Red Fox 100" 150 

Cross Fox 2 00" 6 00 

Silver Fox 20 00 " 50 00 

Kitt Fox 20" 80 

Beaver ^ akin 76 " 1 25 

Wildcat 25" 50 

Muskrat 6" 11 

Lvnx 100" IW 

^^ R^.sB B.£ ft e.t tjy- OM^JfjfMJBn. 

The subBcriber oBna for sale the exrla.iive righi. to 
the counties of Hennepin, Baiuf-ey and Washington 
for the Rale of 

LYON'S COPPER LIGHTNING CONDDC- 
TORS, 

The bent article of -the kind in n.'e The above offeri 
a chance for a lac ative ba^inel's with a umall e%pit«1 
investeU. CaTHaKIve HAYd, 

Adm'x of the estate of John A. Ha/ii. 
Minneftpolia, April 23, 18A2L apr26-t» 



New York, April 25. 

[Special to Herald.] — A P'leder.cissburg 
paper, cated 23'i, f^taii.s that Gen. McDow- 
ell's force occupii d that city, his headquur- 
ters being in the house of Mr. Lacey, an 
aid to the rebel Gtn .Smith. 

The flotilla succee led in clearing the Rap-, 
pahalinock ot obstructions isnd reached 
Fredericksburg oti Saturday. 

Work has coiniueoced on the Acquia 
Creek and Fredericksburg railroad, which 
will soon be in running order. 

The railroad bridge over the Rappahan- 
nock will be immediiitely rebuilt. 

.Much valuable information relative to 
the course and condition 0! the roads south 
of us has been obtained from the contra- 
bands and re.'^idrnts of Alexandria. 

An immense amount of flour remained 
ut Fredericksburg, and over a thou^.niid 
bushels of corn are now at the mills b^inj^ 
f^round lor the use of the troops. The to" 
tiju factory at Falmouth ojntinues to run 
as asaal. 

i'he reports of the barbarities perpetra- 
ted upon our men at Bull Run have uot 
been exaggerated. The rebels dujj np the 
remains of our eolciier-3 find made spurs ot 
their j.aw-bones — cuttin;? up their ekeletoos 
into every conceivable f>irm and sending the 
innkets home to their friends. 

The rebel army is reported as biding 
greatly demoralized by the Ia!e Union vie • 
ries.tho news of which the rcbd anihori- 
tiep in vain endeavor ta siippn ss. 

The rebels quartered in Fredericksburg 
last w< ek moved off towards Gordonsvilie, 
and, it i^ bcli.-ved, are encamped a sliort 
di-tance from that piace. 

VALUAULK INKO.MATI"N FROM CONTRABA.M)^ 

Contrabands are flocking in by scures, 
many of them po.^se-ing valuable inr)rin- 
aiion. From them 1 learn that the r Oils 
bad a regiment o! mounted negro- s armed 
with eabres at Mana^^.^as, and that the leg- 
iment is still in the service near Gordons- 
vilie. 

From the Shenandoah Depart- 
ment- 



GES. JACKSON AND ARMY RETKKAT TO GOB- 
DONSVILLK. 



Sparta, Va., April 25. 

Several deserters and refugees corrob 
orate previous report^ that Jackson, alter 
flying from our advancing column on Fri- 
day last, pushed forward to a point one 
mile north of Htrriionsburg, where a turn- 
pike branches to the left, paa-ing Maguugh- 
eystown on the south fork of the Shenan-^ 
doah and the Blue Rid;je, and running 
thence to Gordonsvilie. Jackson's wagon 
train had been pushed towaid.i Staunt'on. 
but hearing that town was in possession of 
the Union troops, he remanded it to Har- 
risoDsburg. 

At an early hour ye.=terday m.>rning Jack- 
son with his whole iorce and train took the 
Gordonsvilie turnpike, and at last accounts 
had reached Mugaugheystown. 

On Saturday night a squad of the first 
Vermont cavalry, while scouting on the 
Luroyroad beyond Ma-samiUan Mountain, 
fell in with a body of tiie enemy's cavalry, 
A skirmish ensued, resulting in the capture 
of seven of the enemy, and eleven of their 
horses. None of our men were hurt, but 
a Lieutenant had a horse shot from under 
him. 

Jackson's retreat from this vslley has 
bad a beneficent efl. ct 00 the vulunteers 
and drafted men from Rockingham and the 
surrounding counties. L^irgo numbers of 
them are daily coming into our lines, and 
deliver themselves up. It is stated hun- 
dreds of them are now iu the .Mountains 
hiding from Ash by 's .scouts, only awaiting 
an opportunity to escape, and claim pro- 
tection from Gen. Banks. One, who came 
in yesterday, reported he found a barn some 
miles hence, where were concealed 16 fugi- 
tives and deserters, who will probably come 
into town to-day. 

A portion of Ashby's cavairy are Ecouting 
both sides of the mountains near Harri- 
sonburg watching our movements and en- 
deavoring to catch deserters. The main 



body, however, i^ said to ! ave gone with 
Jackson, wherever he may be. 'I he rein 
gees and deserters tire turn, d over to Lieut. 
Golilonel Bachcldtr, Provi^i Mar.-i al cf 
the Departmeiit, and exaniiird by Colonel 
Clarke, of Gen Baiik.-'s ntalf Dr. Baster, 
lute Assistai.l Surgeon of ti;e Wi^■consiu 3d 
regiment, having b-en appointed medical 
pneveyor of this dej)artmentr i-i tt'inp<'rarily 
Rationed at Strasbirg. It is a fact wortliy 
of notice that the rebel ho.?>ii;al3 are mod -.s 
of comfort, convecioiice at;d cleani.es-j. 

A Union hostage who escaped from Jack 
SOI), Saturday morn ng, rejji.rts bis force at 
that time six miles of Hair:- onburcr, which 
place he left in a perP.-ct purjic. I'he Union 
hijstages taken by Jackson, from Wirche-j- 
ter aud the Vulley, uiany of whom aie 60 
years old and upwaids, sick and crippled, 
were barbarously tompelle 1 to march on 
foot behind the train, up bill and down, 
through mud and creeks, and in some cases 
falling down from sheer exhaustion. Tiiis 
act has caused great iudignation in our 
army, and loud crieB are iiiatie for retalia- 
tion upon prominent seccsiionists iiete 
aboute. 

Major Gen. C. F. Smith Dead. 

PiTT8B7KO Landi.vo, April 26. 
Major Geu. C. F. Smith died at Savan - 
nah yesterday afternoon at lour o'clock, (f 
dysentery. He wis takcu sick Fbortly 
after the occupatioi by our forces uuder 
him, and has been suffering and sinking 
slowly for some weeks. His condition wai 
not thought dangerous until within the past 
week. His family have been notified Kud 
are on the way to Savannah. 



Adjutant- General's oflice directng that a 
the lockh'ms'j boats, scows, and prop* rt 
b^-'longing to the Chesapeak.- and Obi 
Canal ('omitany, on the line of said caua 

I now h-ld, used"fc>r occupied bv United State 
officers <.!• troops, to b • forthwith given u 
and restored tu the IV -.dent of ^-aid <om 

! pany. 



FROM FORT MONROE. 



BUiL\.>^]DK'S Wi*U.\l)EI> I'iilSON- 
i ERS KETUHNED. 



PARTICULARS OF THE AFFAIR NEAR 
ELIZABETH CITV. 



From ^^ashington. 

Washington, April 26. 

PERMISSION TO EMUALM. 

{Tribune corr.)—A special order lias 
been issued from tho War Department con- 
ferring upon Dr-i. Brown and Alexander, 
aud such assistant surgeons as they may 
appoint, the right to emi aim the dead of 
the United States army anywhere KUh.a 
the lines either i-i osimp or on the field, and 
to follow up the advance of the land force.-!. 

MIKISTltB ADAM^, 

Our minister at London, Mr. Adams, 
recently visited Paris for an official confer- 
ence with Mr. Dayton, upon an important 
subject of diplomatic negotiation. Tl e f.»r- 
raer, by the last steamer, reports tl.at he 
has leturned lo his aost. 

THK AGBICCLTDRALFATENT OFFICE REPOBTS 

The House today revers'd its yesterday's 
action, on motion tc print 25,000 copies of 
the agiicnltural part of the Patent Office 
report in the German languai^e, Mr. Wal- 
ton, chairman of the piinting committee, 
stating that the Gou'rnmen' print in;r "fTic" 
has neither German ypes n r Gernan prin 
ter.^ : beside-*, the work would have to be 
translated. 

The Sanitary Con.mi-«in;i will io-morrow 
disj-atch the steamer Daniel Webster to 
Fort Monroe as a flc.ating hospital. She i'^ 
to carry a large supply ol hospital stores, 
medicines, clothing, ice, and a corps of sur- 
geons, nurses, and hospital ilrtssers. 

FOBhlQX MINISTKR.! TO VIMT RICHMO.VD. 

Colonel RaasloS", the Danish Minister, 
and Count Piper, the Swedish Minister, 
have gone to Fortress M.«uu^. It i, be- 
lieved they intend to fo!lo;v the French 
Minister's example, und to extend their tour 
to Norfolk and Riclimond. 

The judiciary conmittee of the Hou^e 
will report adversely to the memorial of the 
citizens of Chicago in favor of General Mc- 
Kinstry 's case. The committee have deter- 
mined not to make public tue letter nf Sec- 
retary Stanton to thu committee. 

REBEL IRISH RKOIME.iTS TUKOW DOWN T JEIB 
ARMS. 

Letters from before Yorktown give a 
port of confirmation to the reported refui^al 
of ao Irish brigade in the rebel army to 
serve, and their armj were ■ urrendered." 

CONSUL AT CINCINNATI. 

\rASHi.\(jTo.\, April 26 
The President iias recognized C F. 
Adams, as Consul cf the Duchy ot Saxe 
Attenburg, at Cincinnati. 

A r.UNBOAT SlUXLINfi YORKTOWN. 

Bbforr Yorktow.v, April 25. 

The principal event yet worth mention 
ing, waj- the shelling of Yorktown, by one 
of the gunboats. She moved up to the 
mouth of Wormleys Cre? k, during the 
morning, and opening a wed directed fire 
on their works, which was promptly an- 
swered by the rebels. The boat then fell 
back a disUnccof three miles from York^ 
town, when she again opened Sre; the 
shells exploded each time within the ene 
my's work.s, but obtained nt response. 

A few shots weri' fired during the day 
along the whole line to ke p the reb< 1- 
from strengthening their wrks. No one 
was irijiired. 

It is raining again to dav, but the indi- 
cations are that it will soon clear up. 

The object of the flag of truce f^ent to the 
enemy's line on Tuefday hv order of Gen. 
McClellan, was to (fleet tlic exchange of 
four rebel prisoners lor a .^imilsr number 
of our wounded on '-.heir hands, in order 
that they might be better cund for. 

WOU.VDED. 

Capt. W. M Bar lett.i. Mng Lieut. Col. 
of the 20th Massachusetts regiment", was 
shot before Yorktowi on Wednesday', and 
has I a! his left leg amputated. He is d.j- 
ing well. 



Fort Monrob, April 25. 

A flajof truce returned to day with tl.e 
srchooniT .Mi^si^^ippi, which brought down 
seventeen Itdcral prisoners from N'orfo'k 
yestkrday. who were wounded at the bati.e 
of South Mills. 

1 he Union troop- consisted of parts of 
five regiment':— th." 2I^t Mas-achu^tis, 
5l?t Pennsylvaoiu. 9th New Yoik, 69 b 
New Y^)rk and 6:h New Hamp>hire, undrr 
command of Gen. Reno, numbeiini oOO or 
600 men They U-ndtd below Kl zibeih 
City, and marched uji to the canal without 
opposition. 

Tha object of the improvement was to 
i>rcak up the|c)ck><. 

The 'ijgagement took place during the 
ailercot-n and the rebels were driven from 
the field late in the evening. It was known 
that the rcixl" were receiving rcint(rce- 
menls and Geu. Reno returned dumg the 
night. No transportation b inu' provided 
for the wouniled, they were I. ft in a tem- 
porary ho-pital, and As-istant Sur^ieon 
Warren, ot the 21»t Ma.*.^achascei!s. was 
detained to reai-ain with them. 

Several others who w.re only slightly 
wounded, were left with t!ie ..ther tioops, 
among them, ClI. Hawkins, woundrd in 
the lell breast and shoulder. 'I'he wounded 
men on their arrival here wrie taken to 
the general hospital and properly card for. 
They complain that while they were iu the 
hands ot the enemy they did not have 
enough to eat, but were otherwise prooerlj 
cared for. 



The New Gunboat Port Royul. 

New York, April 26. 
The new gunboat Pi<rt Koval, wi-l be 
put into comiBissioo this P. "M., ut ihe 
Brooklyn Navy Yard, under command of 
Lieut. G. W. Morris, wh se gallant con- 
duct ou board the Cumberland will be re- 
collected. 



G-en. Thos. W. Sherman at 
Louisville. 

Louisville, April 26. 
General Thomas W. Sherman airived 
here yesterday. 



DIED. 

On Satur.lav, tha 26tb inst., o< drojmy on the brain , 
ALICE, younpp.U child of K. C. and Lirzle Knox, aged 
oue year, ihrte nn.-jths and eight^'en davs. 

Funeral on Monday, at two o'clock, from the wl- 
dence, corner of Filth and Pme aineU. Friends of 
the fninily .iie inviled lo attend. 

OeatU'rt icy hignet on thy brow, 

Sweet cbernb oue, au angel now 

Tby mi<i>:inn f(Kiii i« d"ne. 
And e'er Life's tempting: snares ire trod, 
Safeiu the boBoni of tby God, 
Tlie senpli's harp is won. 

A WOMAN 

TO DO HA^TKr• COOKING. Emuire at the 
'^pr^'-3^ WIV.-^LOW HOC«E. 

The Last and only chance 

TO BUY GOODS AT 

YOUK OWN PRICES. 

UFOARDLESS »F COST, TAIUFF ^ Til. 

I offer luy entire itock of 
CLOTHLVG AGE.VTrf' FURXISHLNG GOODS 
At New Ycrkcont, tocloKeoat. Give me a Cill tf 
you want to boy, and I will couTiuce you I meta 
wiiAt I my. 

S. D. JACK.SON. 

OPf'OSrTETHOMl'aON fcR0.1- iUNK, THlhD ^T. 
ai.r27-lm ST. PAUL. 



J»' « « f ^ i. M , 

A fSpaii or Horses. 

Enquire o'.' 

Z. E. B. NASH. St. Paul 

'A^ AIXPA- HAltMOX. Mion-aK.li>^. »,r fi-1^ 

jy ^ r g 1: i ; 

The next .jiarter ol the .^T. PAUL FiiMAUi. SBMX- 
N.AKY, will cooimence on 

.MONDAY, THE 2Sth LVST. 
F rairaissioaap.ly «t tl.e Sem niry, on the c r- 
ner ol Saramit Avtoue aud St. Ptter f,treet. 
- ^IL J «. PtHF.f.lUFFKR. 

t'^lV* P«;\''/r''t»'P hTfto oreexist n^; under t!ie name 

fJVrK™',**!*'";^'*"^'"'"""- »'-'=i""e.l..i.l,- paid 
m (.11 by ,. K. d«rn-«. aod to l.iu, musi be paid a:l 
deotii duet') the s-iid 6raj. '^ 

Saint Paul, April Utb, 1862. 

L. E BARNES. 



CARD. 

House of T;,omp>on * Brother, .it which nuT-ty/ 
Har,.... w h he eaft.r be r.,.n i t;a.iy „!l hiIp7{o1l; 
any .,f tb,. ..1.! cu-l.mer. of tb^ lui Arm ^" ^ 
M. I'aul, April 24, lhO->. 

--"L!£5 L. F. BAKNKS 

WHITE CARBON OIL! 

We are jn»t receiTing our: new htock of 

KIKRS BK^T WII[ (E CARBOX OIL- 
K. «c H. Y. BELL. 



TO PAINTERS 



} 



PABT1CUI.AR.S OF THE DK.STRLCTION OF BEAR 
CBERK BBIDUK. 

The Navy D fart ncnt has received di?- 
patches from Cotninudoie F'v te, enclosing 
a rt'port from the Lieutenunt commanding. 
(Gwinn) dated 14!h inst., in which ho says 
the Tyler and I^xington convoyed two 
tran.sporlg containina 2,00() tr )op^, infantry 
»nd cavalry, under command of (ieneral 
Sijerman, to (]hic;)3aw, wh(-'r,! they dis.Mn- 
barked and proceeded rapidly to Bear 
Creek bridge at the <m^?ii -r o'f the M.'m> 
phts and Charleston Railrrud, for the pur- 
pose of destroying it, and as much o( the 
tre»s!e work a3 they could find. Thebrid-'c, 
consisting of two spins one hundred and 
ten feet each, was completciv destroyed, 
that b, the superstructure, together with 
some 5,000 feet of tr.'ssle wrk and half a 
mile of te'egraph lins. The rebels made a 
feeble resistance to our cavalry, 120 in num. 
ber, but soon hastily retreated, losing four 
killed. Our loss note. 

The Navy Department U de>irou8 of 
learning the address of Mr. Birney, the in- 
ventor of the combanticn .'-Leil. 

FEDERAL GUNBOAT )"AS8KD FORT JACKSON 

A dispatch receiTed at the War Depart- 
mcnt to day, from I'Vtres^ Monroe, t^aye GIlOCEilIRS S^ PT^OVKrOVQ 
that the Richmond Di«patdi statea that'a 1 ^'^^^^»^AC;0 <X rJiUVlMUi>a 
federal gunboat had succeeded in paa-^ing 
Fort Jackson btlow New Orleans. The 
rebels say they regard it a* of I'ttle import, 
ance, as they have other business to be de - 
pended on. 

THE CHESAPRAKE AND OHIO CANAL MsTOBBD 
TO TBE COMPANY. 

A geotfal order hiia beet} iasoed fiom tbe 



We have inut received a stock of the celebrated 
B I-. N Z I N K , 

Whicb wnowUkin,'the pkce ff T.rp^nijn.. p^,, 
and pee it at K. * H. Y. BiO.!,, Third .t. 

8t. Paul, April 2.'i.l86'J 

aprSft 



F. KNAUFT, 

Corner of Serentb and Olire Hreet.. 

HAS » .DDmON TO HIS ...w A.ND F.'LL BKKJK O. 



A com;dfte HRdDrtnont it 

Queensware, Lamps, &c. 

AUof wU:ol willbesoM at the lowe^t poMiblc rate*. 

NEW PLATFOliM ".SCALES, 

Ol Full banks." beet ni ike, wlwaya correct and readi 
fur uM. 'ibutxf wb» baTe Hay, Grain or Lira ^«g|l 
for Mle, eaa mt* Dottey by gattUw it wtlched 




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KlonlU, ISViKlA^lV LV ADVA.NCB. 

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SI.lXI fjr lhrf« moatlxs ; clubs of five 



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-A .oi.ie^. *" *W; ^'^iit cop.es $9.60; 
NK ABiiSK-S. $10 00. 



M0V1.no the M0RTAK9. • t , • r 

Hut little tirinc was done in the after ' \^^-« *;*^'™1 ";:;!'\,T.W T wwT''''L°v ' ArRrL.-n««. xu. 8.ck.-d.^4sm c the BoweJ. 
nooD.atul about two oVicck ordera were Mjie John bimons, whia. m l.^Q oA u> pf,y , ^„j ^^ „„,.<^j, „, : ....y, cHu.^a t-y UwdepoMUof 

i«:-id 10 thO tow bnat-< t<i ta'.C all the Uior^ 1:k< troa 'lo ( t rai-in^. j i.^nfui „.a.t,r, l-ft by bU vr impure Mood in thoee 

tar^ except the two |ow.-=t to the OppoeitC „ At !»"•!<•"«'> ( .ur C^^mprun-. m( th" _ ,1 . i^,.onrDt or...u., ana the poUoaou. material in tbi. 

<ioe \>{'\h.' riv-r Th.' preeauUonarv Miss.-uri ret;mvjn . Col J-a^ter, ^^ »l--tacli- ,, i;.,t,db,^,i, ,,^i„^.,„ j^^,,,i«„,„,uegit too weak 
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HOTELS, SALOONS, &C.i The Old Established 



LiLHR'S HOUSE. 

Kit tt Door Kast of ^l\e Po<«t OfHcf. 



GUI OEllIES. 



WHOI.MALE AND KF.TAIL 



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\ ;ded a-^atnat itsolfcannot stand. 

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Tbty bavoalror. iy cut the Kvies on b«^ili 
sides the point, tiu^ cnatiiig a p.'werfu! 
current noroJi:, and ?eriaasly inttrrering 
with the accuracy oi the mortar practice. 
A lew more breaks woild render I hem to- 



flood 

THK IiA.WS 



JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 



S CROCKERY EOOSE 



OF NATUKB 
OHAIIL.t:. 



INEX- 



The laws of Natur.; have no we^ik mercy 



tiiliy in-.'P' rative. Upon the Ten:ies.-ce in tbcm. Fire always buns, wala- aiways 

■ air 




sight uf bis balteri 



any of the school:?. If a man. ur a iia'ion, 
TUE REBEL BATTERIES, ; suppUes the prcmiss, Nature liLrs-lf will 

., A deserter intarmd me that the rebels , sopi.lv he conclusion. No mason cao 

td'r'Ploal^Jt:!:^:!^^ ^tUcH's^lt l ^ave a .tvouz water b.ttery and a long line [ build a wall, to last long, unless he .o buUd 

Bubsta'it'a.ly us toll.'*s : 



US advocates will posh it for 
- jH oivoin^? alite Kiwlul iu all 
1 hs well .14 nevT, north as well 
rjh,:m Lii'Colii in 1S5:* 



of earthworks extending t^ome four miiis ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^f j,^ i-erp u iicnlar shall fall 



••*AV«.:itJ. Tnat the United States ought to ! alop? the ridge of tiie bluff and outlying 




ple/.mmeaiaitrly micre-tea. should be ui once r„"'e,,""ijpr"aod Mcmjihis Upon the day ; which dctLrujice alike the buil.lirg ol the 
dis'itivilv nuiitied of the tuct, so iluii tlu-y , *»^'^'^" .'f'": "". i^ . ^ .u .. _ ^ 



le willing to t-iy with the re.l man of the West, truly 
tbey are the '■ in'tjbty beater.'' 
SuU by all Meiiciue dealers. Apr5 

DiPTHKR'A jLVD Crovp. — For ^be^e formidable and 
d.-nperou-^ cisoaseK, Trask's Miijuetic Oiutmeut is an 
unlnilirc remeJy, if used in fiea<on. Apply freely to 
th^; Throat and Chest and cover wiih a hot flannel. 
Thib oinimeul has be.n before the public over twenty 
ycv.r?, and ii.< cimstantly ino! easing d mand has e.s 
t;.h"ished its reputition as a superior Liniment in all 
c:i e« where a soothinjand relaxiiic; rem-^dy is requir- 
evi. partic'iUrly in Rheumati^iivi , Neuralgia, lofiam- 
loxtioD of the Bowels and Kidneys, Spina' affections, 
S-ire EyeH) Bura<, Piles, ^Voundu snd Bruise.s. 

Sold b. all Druggists— pr'ce 26 ct«. marl3d&w 

Thro.vt Axi> Lu.vGS.— At this season of the 
year, wiiea cougUs and colds are troublesome, 
every fiimiiy should have a safe aud certain 
reoiedy ut baud. Ransom's Hire Syrup and 
Tolu IS the very thing. It is not ouiy pleas- 
ant for children to take, bat is a certain cure 
tor Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, and all aftections of the Ttiroat 



MR. I.AHK, formerly of the " Oar House," re- 
Hpectful.y iiUuc.uu<M« t* hie old frien.iji aud all other 
men — no b(>y8 in— that 1m is now (airly under way ; 
and proislaims that be nil! furnish as good an KYE 
01'KNB'.H as " any other man " in this city. 

A variety of reading matter can alwayx be found 
on Mr, Lfthr'g tablex, also stationery, Ac. f«91y 

MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

N. PUTUIESKK., Proprietor, 

Corntr 5th & Wabashaw streets, St. Paal, Minn. 

This houie is the most centrally Iwated in the city, 
is owned and conducted by the und-rsi.'ned, who, 
from loag experience, feels cotupetent to give entire 
satisfactiou 1 1 all who may favor the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

Comf )rtable and commodious stables are attached 
to the jjou^e 

Board bv tho day or week at prices correHpouding 
with tl.e times. N. I'OTGIESER. 

dec3-ly. 



or 



!?ENni GREKTTSG TO HM CUSTOMERS 
MLN'NESOTA, IN DAKOTA TERRITO- 
RY, AND BEYOND THK BRIIISH UNE. 



IN 



mav b am°io''c*o^Dsidlr'wheu';er°o a'ceepror j of lliC Ber;tm5 rccuiinoissance there were ! ^all, the tides of the sea. the falling of a 
r<jct It. Ihe Federal Gjverument would 
Bu i It* hiiihest interest in such a rneasure as 



liiost ethcieut measures of sell p^es- 
* * * * 

linancial or pecuniary view, any 
' .ugrcis, with the census tables 
- uv rtporls before him, can read- 



OCf t.t t 1 

ervi«- 
In t 

mei: 

ati<! . . . 

jlv-v.e- . sf'f liow very soon the current 

^'xu,-: .'i tiiC war would pu.'-chase at a 

fun *......■ i» all the slaves iu any named 

Sl^s.—Prtn-It'il't .>>cw^ llrM'ltff. lSi">-2. 



but tvrogun.s in position ^'od a vigorous ^ f^^^j^ f.^^ gore equilibrium of all 

attack by all the cunboats would undouOt- , , , ,^ t , ,„ x'.n.ro; 

.r . , ...1 _,.,..i, ..r:„ on,- O..CO o>r.f„r« worlds ot matter and .'^pac'. Nature i 



cdly iiave resulted in any ea?y capture. 

The n b.ls were caught napfiug, for once. 
Tiiey had not expected the fliel so soon. 
N"W'l!fcy are working day and night. 
Fortv giin> are in po-iiion, ai^d sixtv mire 
wiil be rupidly mouutid. Gen. Viliique, 
a Fn nch Crfole frum New Orleans, has 
hfi n iiitherto in c mimand, but i.s now re- 
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER ili"vd by Gen. Iir..gg, who was detailed 

jieiv fr-m Corintli. a kw days since by 



and Lungs. 
Sold by all Druggists. 



Price 25 cents. 



EXPEDITION. 



.r* \ rXEUS Al- FORT WRIOHT. 



TA-1V AFFAIRS AND rR03?ECrs. 



; ago Iri'junt. 
. -J U S. Gunboat Pt. I^outi, I 
.LU 1 oiM Bend, April 17, ISo^ J 

lUK POSITION. 



Beanrnjtird. Both the eun>< and the troops 
ar-: from I'ennsucola. Bragg is strain! ni; 
every i f rve to thoronchy lortify the place, 
in which he will probably be successful. 
The na nnd chuncter of the spot is ex- 
cellent fi'f fortilicatiitn. 

The guns are very iicavy. Among them 
are some C4-pnui.d rifle-, and, it is said, 



tbrie Arln^t^oll<r guns. 



Many of our own 
arti.Ieri.st9, Irotn the elevation of the rebel 
i shells, art" of the opinion that that thiy 



r • •) .V wa- a ilay of genuine S'Mith- i y|,,, ^l.^^.^ ^.f,,,,^ 8-ine!i mortars. The rebel 
ern jti.: vnce up'Vi the part uf the floii la. j g„pi,,.rsare al.«o prolici-ut in their practice, 
No Hi. v» in I;! <.l any kiiidwas mudeexeept ! ^,.,1 ^ii,j,i ,y unn.-uul uccur.icy. In idcl, 
the u k ij .1 arrival or deparinre of a u,.j(rfr (,us all the material to make a pro 

truct'd stand wh;ch mi:^ht, in c.;''e of an un- 
favorable is-ue to us r.f the commg Corinth 
baitl', prove successful, atid for a long time 
impede the opening ot t.ie river. 

THE REBF.L GUNBOATS. 

The rebel fleet oS the fort numbers ju.«t 
four gunboats. The Icliowing are their 
nam: s and armanents : 

Mercuiy, (Airship) eight gnns ; six 
thirty-ivvo.s.oni9'incu howitzer, and one 12 



tr.iii-11 .ft. No' a giiQ was fir-d from the 
fl ct • r a sle'l form the ir.LTiars. Far 
i\>-\n the river hull u doz-^ii guns wt-re 
b?^r.l, prob4'>ly (orm the rebel gunboats 
Sheiiing "vurpiLkets The tugs, tho.:e busy 
Aiieis of ih" war, plied a'l day hitlii r and 
wi'li 'heir mesmg'S to he guiboats and 
m-r r i.ilis. VVhit wai done by our 
tra; " I have r.ot a-eertaineil. Tliey 
ori; . .-. -wo miles aljoveus, lying behifid 
th • bdts \V,- are within halt a mi'e of the 



exttemity ol the point — the riv*r ser.tin'ls pound howitzer 



ot ibt-flet— aid communication i.s difBcnlt 
I hivc- faith enuiiult, however, in the rest 
les^, encraeiic eharact r of Gen. Pope, to 
bf-l.-'hi' he ii b'l-ily at work as a Cum 
niiit '■ >'l W ly-^ •!! d .Mians in co-operatim 
will iti' Kiag Offi-er for the reduction of 
t'i v:».;n.y's works below us. 

TMK BOMBAUDMKNT. 

Ti.-d.iy. Thtrnlay. i.>! el ludy, dnii and 
dr zz V Tm- fo/ h ing-' in h' avy folds upon 
tbr 1 . r, tiirouiih which the hulls ot the 
fl t > ii:i I'H d tn'y seen as if sailing in the 
do ■-. Duriiig tl:e forenoon evrythiig 
ba- f> iitiii'i, and not a ^ound has been 
h.-'j 1 to b.e.ik upon the still monolouy 
of n e -lene. 

Ai ii ori the lowest mortar op-^ned fire, 
and about on» o'clock tlin-e olh<^rs join'-d 
in e Ijc» rt. The enemy, in ac'^ord mce wiih 
iht-ir usual precedents, replied br'skly and 
jronptly, aad from this time up to five 
o'clo.'k. a r.ipid aiMl ;>ceurat'' fire was kept 
Hpori both sides. Uiion SfViral occasions 
• the enemy would pour in five or aix shells 
at a rirti", with jxreat ac 'uracy. considering 
t',.' ''i;-y hid onlv the sin <ke of our mor- 
i:u, a^ u ha-is for ran:;?. O-e sliell -truck 
• tieet off the bows of the Caron- 
u l.ti, another about t'-n f-et a-'ern of the 
t-t L'.nis, can-ing both boats to move up 
stream a thou-and yards or so to get out of 
i;.n.{r'. AiiOihtr shell struck a skiff at- 
taehtd to the second mortar and shat- 
t r I it to pi cs. For an hour or more 
t river was k</pt in a perffct splash by 
) vr of conical.-, an 1 I myself, until 
tv of the thincr wore away, found 
. rci^e in dod'_ring the balls which 
tiiey wetided to ns =0 lib -rury. One s >on 
K' ts tired ol dodging, howeviT, and tak-'S 
hi«» chances. About tour o clock the r.bels 
Oi? tin got O'lr ran "■, and as it was the 
!^ 11^' to occiit)y an expo.sed posi- 
•'iMt tbi- opportnniiy of r plying, 
noved up tin, riv r another th ;u 
. (U. Tde firing continued until five 
ai which hour it ceased on both 



eres 



T 



irers 



r T fo'ir mortars np^-ncd fire and 
- rtpli'-d hri.>-kly until the air 
i .::-ly al>!.iz ■ wit!) the fiery m'.s3''n- 
l'i:j)it" our repeated rf-m >va!s thr* 
en- iiiy a_' lU) had our rang", but this time 
Ciipt Paulding detoemined to It them 
sho >t until ihey got tin d of it. One shell 
e.\p! dd a few het above our .stern awn- 
Jnirs, ••y tfie IrisTmentJ of whirh one of the 
cr-w Was sli'.'htl}' wound' d in the wrist. 
Anottier ^hell slruik the broa<lsid<; ca« — 
mat' .s of the ('niro but as its force was 
sre .t <1 tl n > d.inrnr". The firing Wiiak' pt 
up If. Ill midnigiit with lut any liarnacre up- 
Oi o ;r piirt. m '-t of the enemy's .sioi.s fall- 
iog u letn of U-. 

Satcbday, April 19lh. 

A TKIP ON SHOKE. 

Ye^terd.iy wa-i exc- s-ivily quiet in all of 
it- •■nrioutilin'.'s, w'l, or.zzhng ati'l humid 
Btmoppli.-ii ally, Oisagm abirand disgusting 
oilurwi-H. 'I his inoriiiiig [ took a short 
trip on -hore abo-it liar tin's plantation. 
It i« now i-ntire dcsi-rtfil and mostly ovi r- 
flowed, but ha-' been or.*- o! th'- rici.est and 
ni' St [ r dneiive plan'aliors i-nihc Aikan^a-i 
cous'. 'Ihe negroes were n-movrd lo I-laiid 
N". 34 a fir'nit^lit since, and tho day b-> 
fore our arrival were shipp<d with a lar^je 
nunioT from other pi uilations h'Teabouts 
down Soiilii. Only one escapd. Alter 
endurii's; yirivution anJ tufT rinjr enough to 
havf kilii'd an orilinary man, lio paddled 
his way across the river to our ffeet. 

The mansion bouse upon this planfatlf>n 
Is a hand-ome three story Btrncture com- 
pl'-tely s'lrrounded with peach and apple 
me-i. lil.io ba h'-s and other slirubs all in 
bh'S^om, and fillinir the air wih fragrance. 
Tn»" oui-ide appearance was that of a par- 
adi-*e, but tl.e interior bore tfsijmony to 
the rava!,"'s ot War. The negro huts w( re 
the shalibiest log (-ahins -Aith large chinks 
between the lous, affording free ingress to 
wind and rain. Tiiev wi re RItlily to the 
last degrc, and scarcely fit for a dog ken- 
nel, much less a human being. Htn'tching 
away a haig distance in th" rear, the flat 
fields [)re«e!ited an emerald expanse of 
wfieat. and fields upon fiilds of small fruits 
and berries. Were it not for the river 
ovfrfl)W. a more delightful place cnuld 
hardly be conceived. The 43d and 46th 
Indiana reiiment-', Col. Finch commanding, 
ua aow quartered upon the plantation. 



Maripaw, three gnns : one 32-pound 
smooth bore, and t'.vo 32-pound rifles. 

Pon.-hartiain, (fovmoily th; old Lizzie 
Simons of New Orlcms.) seven guu^ : one 
O-ir.ch co'umbiad, f ur 8-ioch columbiads, 
and two 32 -pound rifl.a. 

Livingston, six unns : ttiree 3'2-poi:nd 
rifl-.'s lor-.v:trd, two 42-pound smooth oores, 
anrl otic 24 rifle alt. 

I', aiidiiion to these the Ivy and (Jenera! 
Polk belong to this fl et. The Ivy has 
eone to New Orleans with Com. Ho.'lins on 
board The (i' nerd I': Ik is at Memjihis. 
repairing. In her ei;gag< nient with oor 
batti ly ai Point Pleasant, two twelve pound 
ha!ls wint com[>Iet<ly through her near the 
water line, n-ndering imiu diate repairs 
necessary. Capt. linger is in command of 
the He:t acting in Com. Ilollins' absence. 

I ne d r.ot give at this time a minute de- 
scription ot these boats as I have bel'ore al- 
Ind 'd to them. They are N' w Orl-ans tow 
boits of remarkable strencth and power, 
razeed, guns mounted upon fl ish decks with 
out f rotection; the machine ry and boilers 
pro'ected by eighteen inches of wood with 
a p ating ol railroad iron. The average 
crews ol eich boat number about G:ty nicn, 
vtry few of them sailors and thf majority 
of them impres-ed into the s*^rvice. 

S 'm.' of thf'in carry one gun, some of 
them lione ut all, as they are considered ira 
p;e.^n b'". It is a vulgar fiction among 
the rebels that th-.-e crafts will s^iil boldly 
up to oar boats and transports, fasten to 
them by means of grappling irons and tow 
them down to New Orleans, the exact point 
our Ifiats wish to reach. The favor will 
diubtliss l)e appreciated by the Flag Offi- 
cer, nnd will be a matter of economy for 
the Federal Administration. 

TIIR INDEPB.VDENT B^ATS. 

B- low Fort Pillow is another fleet, con - 
sisting of five boats, bu It as a private 
sprculatinn by .M( mphis rebels, and styled 
the Independtnt Company's bsals. These 
b ats are prculiar in th' ir construction, as 
Will as the ends they are designed to ac- 
comf-bsl!. They are ab-)ut one hundred 
feel in Ingtb, and have a casemate five feet 
in tl.ic'knes.s, protecting nearly the whole 
cralt. This casemate is composed of an 
outside layer of live oak, eighteen inches 
thick, a layer of cotton, another eighteen 
inrh's of wood, c-tton again, and so on, 
until the complement of five fii'et is made 
up. They are square forward with half 
inch iron upon the how. 

THE RA.MS. 

The formidable rams, of which we have 
hf'ard such tearful bugbear stories, are four 
m nnmbi r. and all at N.'w Orleans. They 
have been described so many times that I 
lorb'-ar di.scripti m. The Manassas, which 
has been omniprfsent, and the (irampus, 
loca'cd in t very part of the .Mis-is-^ippi river 
from New Orleans to .St. Paul, is at the for- 



the 
pace, isature is the 
chief Cashier ot the great God, aud no per- 
son can cheat her out of her just dues. She 
will not be imposed on ; r.o coui;terfeit wifl 
pass with her. She detects all falsities and 
forgeries, and with swift retributive justice 
overturns all who SLtk to overturn her. 
Nature cares nothing for majorities; debit 
and credit, and pay as you g''>, is her sys- 
tem ; a system^whose f.tai saren--^>s the as- 
tronomical orbits poorly emu'ate. She 
teaches us that strength does not lie in 
number.', but in justice. All history cor* 
roborates this truth. All along the black 
and bloody morasses ot the world, there 
are the warning monuments of nations 
once great, that are now noth ng : '• written 
within and^without with mourning and la- 
mentaiior, and wo-?," because they aposta 
tized from eternal pri' cip'es. A million 
men cannot turn a thing which is inherent- 
ly and .essentially false, into a trje thing. 
Any lone and solitary man, who-c feet are 
planted upon the fact-foundations of the 
Universe, is stronger, in the end, than ten 
thousand who may^be arrajed against him 
uponfa falsehood . It was so with the old 
prophets and apostle^ ; and therefore, at the 
short arm of ths lever, they were able to 
turn the world upside down. It was so 
with L'ather, *' the monk that shook the 
world.' It was so with our own forefath- 
ers ; and it was so with Wendell Phillips, 
when he stood alone on the plat orm ol 
Pike's Opera Hous.-, in Ciociunati, with 
ihe hoarsi', curse-belchiug mob hounding 



I'RiTATB MiLUSKRV.— Mrs. M. L. STOAKFS respect- 
ful, y announces to tue ladies of St. Paul and vicinity, 
th:it i^he is prepared to make all kinds of SILK AND 
STRAW BO.N'NETS at her private residence on Wa.sh- 
i'lglon s'reet, in the rear of the City Hall. My atren- 
tiuu wi'lbe given entirely to Millinery.and, with many 
jeatb' exiierience, I flatter myself I cannot fall to 
j.lviise the most fastiiiious. 

A handiOTje as.«ortment of Feathers, Flowers and 
Ribbons will be kept con.stantly on hand and no pains 
ni!l be spared to have the latest patterns. 

N. B. My general day of opening will be on Thurs- 
Jay, May 1st. In the meantime I am prepared to do 
Spring work. Bleaching and Pre-ssing, and all kinds 
of repairing done on the shortest notice. marl9.3m 



tJMOJN HALL, 

It \' ti H O R €i K u a JV '^i , 

Who has removed his wei! koown estal-lishmeut 
from the basement to the first floor. His Hall is atted 
up in s first class style and the bar is stocked with 
the tin«st imporlwl Liquors and Wiuas. Lill's XXX 
Stock .lie, and I'lttsburgh Ale and Porter. His No. 1 
Oysters are served up in a good style lor the low rrice 
oi only 30 wnts per dozf-n. Remember the UNION 
HALL , below Davenport's Book Store, Third street. 

f27 -dl y 

PITTSBURaH 
Ale ami Porter Depot, 

JJCKaOJV ST. BBTimK.y 5th V Olh. 



Tax immense stock of millinery and cy articles 
justope-jed at DtJG.\N"S, above the Bridge, Third 
street, St Paul, where the wsx lady is in the window, 
■loa't Ijok like hard tim-'s. For quantity and styles, 
■t is unpHralleied in the West, They have added a 
lali line of dress and housekeeping goods, ctoaks, 
shawls, embroideries, hosiery, gloves, trimmings and 
ornaments of every d.'scriptioa. Piles of cloths and 
lancy cloaking. Ladies acknowledge the designs sn- 
perb and prices mi)derate. o<Jtl6 



M. DORNIDEN* 

Has just received a splendid st'-ck of the above, 
Alesaod Porter, which b" will warrant tjuperiortoany 
in the city, and will sell cheap for cash, by the barrel, 
half barrel, bo'tle or glas-!. 

AIs.) a fine stock >>' Ijquors and Cigars at whole- 
•*lf '--n^ rer:*e nr>-c'2.S:' Iv 



FOR SALE. 



OCG's's Millinery and Dry Goods Rooms are crowd 
ed daily ihty are selling a choice stock of Dry Good 
receiv.idfi-.>ra New York, at cost (all new and pretty) 
with an immense stock of bomiets, ribbons, laces and 
Mihinery goods of every description less than cost. 
Itleache'l hnena, shirt bosoms and white goods in any 
litxantity are selling riijht alon-j — embroideries at a 
■^acriSoe. Parasols, fans, lace mitsand summer goods 
generally at what any respectable cu-^tomar is willing 
to give. Price not the object — they must get money. 
Indies, now is the time to buy. The store is No. 2 
''..odgers' Wlock, above the bridje, Third street , St. 
Paul, oppo.site the Express Office, where the wax lady 
in the window. 



The Second Aiiniial Report 

OF TRE 

CO.\IMISSIONER OF STATISTICS 
Is fbr sale at^his office at the Capitol, or at the Book 
Store? in St. Paul. Orders by mail must be adj 
dressed to the undersigned. 
Price— covering the cost of publishing and mailing — 
S6 CENTS PER COPY. 

J. A. WUEELOCK, 

ComialsBioner of Statistics. 
March 10, l«6a. nwrll :3m 



That being one of the Oldest But lies* Houses in 
the State, (the present being the eleventh year of 
its Misttnce,) R. MARVIN fetls cotfident that he 
need not urge its claims on the pu'ilic pationage. 
The extent if country over which i .s butiiiess hsui 
spread is the best proof that its ciain.s are not un- 
reco.niz-'d. The unwavering detenaination which 
he has le;t fince the crisis, and in the hardest times, 
to maiotain his business t.nd place it on a par with 
similar establishments in the large.- 1 cities of the 
West, have been so fully appreciated by the mer- 
chants of the State, that he feels \xn nd to ledouble 
his efforts, not only for the benefit ( f his basiness, 
but for the pride he feeli in his adopteit city. 

Mr. R. would call on the citizens o' St. Paul, and 
especially the old lesi-ients who remtmber " the day 
of small things," not to forget that 1 e still has a 

RETAILISG DEPART MEIfl 
for everything io his line, iu eluding also. 

Carbon Oil and Lamps 

OF EVERY KIND, 

111 M N E Y S & V^^ I C K S , 
OIL CANS, &c., &c., &C., 

A Fine Stock of 

FHEIv CH CH INA . 
FIXE AND COMMON TABLE CUTLEBT 

A Large Stock ot 

.nMiiitOBS V JjOOMIJVa-GL.tS8Ka, 

An Immense Stock )f 

OLASSWAKK. 

St. Paul. .Tanuary. 1862. isnl-tly! 



S. K. 1? IJ 1 NAM, 

CORKFP. 3rt AND MARKET STREET? ST. PAUL, 

WBOLB^AU Aim RVTAn. DKALKB 19 

FAMILY GROCERIES 

fRovisioisrs. 

Keepx constantly on b,ind a full stock of Cboie* 
Goods i-uited to this markrt, including Flour, Corn 
Meal, Bu"kwiie».f Flour, Fresh Roll, Jar and Fi.kin 
Hotter, Dried Fruiu of all kinds, including a large 
quantity of 

KASPBERKIES. 

Also Wooden Ware, Roa'^te i snd Green Ccflee. Spi- 
ces, Pickles, Choice (ireeu au-' Rl«ck T..a«, buirar of 
allGrni"-, and in -h jrt, everything usually found in a 
wella-s r:.-u estiiMii-hmect. to which he invites the 
especial attention of aU wtrn wnat NiCEG<AlDS AT A 
FAIR PklCfc. noviV:ly. 

J . B . S L I CH T E rT 

DIALER LV 

Family G r o c e r i e ist 

AKP 

PROVISIONS! 



A6KN0Y (>r THK CELEBRATED PUNDA8 MILL 
FLOl'K. 

(XmSER Itk AND JACKSON STHJCST8, 

Oppopite Inteniationid Hotel 



noorw DiXIVERKD FREE OF CHARGE TO ANY 
PAPT OF 1 HE CITY. 

^^ BOX/iti VH«iCK UJIMUCRSH 
9M\P Cheese, for sale cheap by J. B. SiJOUTtK, 
C-rner "th snd Jacksnn. 

f^WHt: T .iJy^U flit a UUIU tliHiH. 

'^ Just received and for s<v e by the barr.-! aud gal- 



lon, at 



^Ll(.HTI■:R'^^, 
Comer 7ih and J.-ckson. 



o: 



APRIL TENTH. 



1862. 



1862. 



1863. 



Laxb F'-r S*iJt or EbtCHASGS. — 1080 acres in Kower 
county, well adapted for sheep and stock, low foi 
cash, or for good unencumbered property in St. Paul, 
-ir a farm in its vicinity. Address Box 1892, St. Paul 
I'ost Office. nov3 



a Urge lot o! Wresh Can aud l'referv.-d Fruita 
at si.lCHTFK'f 

•**'f ^^'"a ; 'he cliuice and lavonie bianda 
.\isu a tine lot oi pure TurKisb smo-ing, and Cue 
cut Chewiiijj Tobaeco^the BEST in the citj — for sat* 
at prices to suit the times, st fiLICHTi-K'S. 

Opposite the International Hotel. 

J if \*uv Jilt a MJv »*j.vr «#■ .* 
supply ol i-aiuily Groceries, call at the comer of 
7 lb aud Jacksou -ireets, wh~re you uUl find the best 
-alectel slock of F.imdy Giviceries iu tlie city, and 
vrbere your wiiuts will be sujjpUed at prieet* to suit 
I'je Omes. novvi-ly. 

*•" ti exploKire, stri.w colure<l Carbon Oil, at 
<-UMr*:nriUN PHICEto.by the bi.rrel aud ghUcn. at 

sUCHri-R'S 



OcR Horss, TaiRD Strkkt, Opposttk Arjiorv Hai, . 
him and howliug liini down. It wiU always H. F. K VU'r,r>roprie or.— This oldesublished house 



mi T p!ai;e. 



I have now detailed the entire f rcc ot 
the Confederal*' fl-.et, with the ( xception of 
onegunhoat in process of er-ciion at Mem- 
i.liis, whieh will not be finished for some 
line. It may be summed up as follows: 
Si.\ uunboiit-;, five ^rappliiig boats and four 
riiiii-, nioiintinij in all about 40 heavy guns, 
with a total comp'emcnt of 100 nien. 

To liring against these we have seven 
iron-plated and three wooden gunboats, 
mounting in all about onp hundred and ten 
guns. Tlie result could not be doubted for 
one moment. 'I'he rebels themselves know 
it and dare not for one moment come 
in c-miact with our fleet. They stand 
in mortal terror oi our boats, and when the 
Benton and Carondclet made their recon- 
nois.sance it creatid a perfect panic. At 
that instant the attack should have ben 
made ; at that instant the golden opportu- 
nity was lost, and the fate of Fort Pillow 
now hiiii^es upon the fate of Corinth. The 
sit-jre henceforward mu^t be a slu-.v one 
similar to that of I.-Iand >iO. 10. 

UP TUB RIVEK. 

At Mand No. 10 evfry thing is quiet. A 
small force is stationed there, but amply 
sufficient to hold the place against attack. 
Our troops are now busily engaged in un- 
spiking the guns upon the main shore. The 
raising of the Grampus has been aband- 
oned, she will be ilismembeied and her 
fragments allowed to go down to Dixie 
as a reminder and a waraing. The other 



be so. in tiie end, it will be lound that he 
only is strong who is just. c. B. 

THE CON ritAB.4NDS. 

Along the secret paths that led 

From Slavery's dominions, 
To where the Northern Eagle spread 

llis broad and blessed pinions, 
A squLid of dusky contrabands. 

With haate that never slackened, 
Pressed onward for the hopetul lands 

Whereto the pole-star beckoned. 

They talked in childlike, earnest way, 

Veined through with simple fancies — 
About the buidens of the day, 

About the battle's chances ; 
And one, an old man, who had felt 

More sorrows than the others, 
And ot'ieuer to Our Father knelt — 

Spoke thus unto Lis brothers : — 

" Week in, week out, dese Dfty years, 

I'se prayed the Lord up yonder, 
To stop the fallin' ob our tears, 

To broke our bonds asunder. 
And now de prayer am answered, and 

De day ob jubilation, 
To all our bredderen in de land, 

Comes with de full salvation. 

"Night after night, when you'se asleep, 

I'se heered de angels sayiu', 
•Ah, cullud brudder, do not weep, 

We'S'j listen to your praym !' 
Day after day, wh?n I habbeen 

Out in de field a hoein', 
Dese berry eyes ob mine hab seen 

De mijihty promise growin'. 

"Time after time, in dreams ob fire, 

I'se watched de wrath preparln'; 
I'se marked de Lord a drawin' nigher, 

I'se seen His arm a barin'. 
Time after time, I'se heereJ it told 

By Michael, de Archangel, 
De hour was ripeniu' to unfold 

De latter-day evaoge 1. 

"I'se spelled it on de leaf I tored 

Out ob ole Missus' Bible, 
How, to de justice ob de Lord, 

Our tears looked more reli'ble 
Dan all de incense and de cries 

Ob dem whom we'se been under ; 
And how a pickaninny's sighs 

Can drown de roaring thunder. 
" And now de time am here dat shows 

Our prayers hab all been heeded ; 
And dat white mornin' hab arose. 

For which de prophet.s pleaded. 
And so, tro' all the shrieks ob death, 

And all de War's loud clamours, 
I'se heered our fetters snap beneath 

De Lord A'mighly's hammers. 

"Ole Massa Linkum am de man 

(De cherubs hover o'er him!) 
De Holy One hab sent to plan 

De turnpike-roads before Him. 
And berry soon Uisself will come, 

De ransom money brir.gin' ; 
And strike de battle-noises dumb, 

Wid Freedotn's bressed singin*. 



is in full operiiti'in, and is prepared to furnish meals 
ai all h jurs of the day cr night. The bfir is supplied 
with the Very 6.>st Liq-iorJ. The larder is always 
n'll. ousters at -25 and 30 cents per dozen. Hot 
C-^ffea, Steaks, fc?. hz. Give me a call. 

feb-26:tly H. F. F. VTT. 



HENRY McKENTY, 

DEALKR IN 

REAL ESTATE, 

ST. r^VLt jaiJS'JYJBSOTJ, 

W,'.l also locate Land Warrants and sell Real F.s- 



tate on Commission. 



April 16, 1862. 



declOdfcwty. 



J. J. DUG AN 'S 
MILLINERY STORE 

REM'IVED TO THE 
CATHOLIC BLOCK 

A few doors below Day k Jenks's Drrg Store, 3d st. 
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS always 
onhaod. aprl6:lm 



Important to Shippers 

J. C. <fe H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Hav sg been constituted sole agents at St. Paul for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAILROAD, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

Wo-ild respectfully call your attention to the snpe- 
rior advantages offered by them over any other com 
petiDg line. 

THROUOH CONTRACTS 
Will be given to all points East. 
Ali CLAIMS FOR OVKKCHARGES OK DAMAGES 
Will be settled upon presentation. 

We will also have the agency of 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacrosse and Milw&tikee Line receive and for 
ward all freight FREE OF WARKHOL'SE CHARGFvS 
AT S.VIXT PAUL. 

ts MERCHANT.^ who design visiting the East for 
Gcodswill please give us a call and obtain FULL 
PARTIOULAKS. 

J. 0. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

St. Paul, Feb 26 , 1S62. feb26:dVwy 

NEW SPRING STOCL 



A NEW LOT OF 



SPRING DRSSS GOODS 



-^ K>pie-H <j>;il>- — Malljy's celebraLed I'earl Oys- 
t.!rB — for sale by the oate oi can, at the lowest rates, 
at t^L^ HTFR'S. 

150 Barrels 
COARSJa c^FINE SALT. 

For sale by E. & H. Y. BEIL. 

janSdtf. 



rii*3 w. wooixy. 



■. T. MAOCACLIT 



.W fJSWfC S O T.M 

MAIL PACKET, 



aiimR 



ANTELOPE, 

FROM SAINT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

W'ill run daily between the above named 
points, l-avin;^ Carver at 5, Oaaska at 6, 
.md ShHkopee at 7 o'c'ock, arri'ing at 
St I'au I in time to connect with the LaCrosse, Prai- 
rie du Chieu, Kubuq le and Dunleith line of packets. 
Leaves .St. Paul, Lower Levee at 2 : Upper Levee, at 
2>i P. M GEOltiiK HOUGHTON, Master, 
api 22^6m 

St. f aul, Shakopec, Carrer and Chaska 
EXPRESS PACKET. 



A T 



H OG AN & CAMPS. 

GILBERT HUBBARD &C0. 

SHIP CHANDLERS, 

SAIL MAKERS, 

Whfdesale and retail dt-aler- in 

TWINES AND CORDAOE, 
'405 and ii07 Wattr «trp«'t, 

CHICAGO, ILL, 

S'^ould cill pirticuhr attention cf the trade to oir 
stock, as we at all tim»s lrir-« tiie U'-gest snd 
best assirtnient in the We»t of itanill* cud Tarred 
Rope. Ditchinif Ropef, Bairs. Bag<ing and Hirlaps, 
Canvas, C»Rkura, Tir, Pitch,Chaii]w andT.ickleBiocfea, 

COAL TAR ROOFI.NG, PIT(3U & FELTING, 

Bed Oord-s, Clotfces Line^, Broom Twines all qualities. 
Wrapping Twines in bun lies or tjj.rrels. Belt and Sash 
Cor'B, Net^ and Seines. 

COTTON, FLAG AND H'SMP TWINES 
Of every description. 

TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! 

0' every kio^ . 

TARPAULINS AND WAGON COVERS 

Made in any quantity at short notice. 

REGIMENTAL COLORS. .STANDARDS, FLAGS, 

GUIDO.NS, *c. kc. 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Amiy Regulatlf^ns, con- 
stantly on hand and made to ord»r. mar30:d2m 



" So brudders, let us tank de Lord 

For all dat He am doia'; 
For all de promise ob His word, 

And all de glory brewin'. 
De white folks, dey may shoot and kill, 

De Norf and Souf may sevtr; 
But our Great Massa shall fulfil 

His covenants forever.'' 
' Tis true. O'er all our deeds abhorred, 

O'er all their bitter weeping, 
Incessant watch and tireless ward 

God's sentinels are keeping. 
Not always may the dark of Hell 

Blot out the light of Heaven ; 
The Hand of The Inscrutable 

At last sets all things even. 

Glabxnob BuTLaa. 
Si. Faoi, AprU 2», 18«a. 



The FAST and LIGHT DRAUGHT steamer 

CLARA HINE 

Will m>ikB 'iaily trips (S mday excepted) between St. 
Paul aud Carver, touching at a 1 intermediate land- 
ings. Will arrive at St. Paul at 9>i o'clock, A M., 
an', leave the lower levee at two o'clock, P. M., and 
the upper landing at 2>a P. M. 

Pass-iueers traveling by this boat will be in time to 
take the irorniug packets for points down the river. 

St. Paul, April 21. 1862 . spr2?-6m 

LEMONS 



AND 



o R .^ isr a E s 



Jnst received and for sale by 



UPHAM & HOLMES. 



I am prepared to exhibit a desirable stock of 

Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, 

At prices that will not f iil 
TO GIVE SATISFACTION, 

Consiisting of 

DRE8S GOODS 

In gieat variety. 

Shawls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
G-loves, 

MEN'S WEAR, &co. 



MILL FURNISHING. 



CHICAGO BRANCH OF JOHN T. NOTE'S 
OLD BUFFALO MILL FUKNISUING ES- 
TABLISHMENT, ESTABLISHED 1S84. 



CALL AND SEE GOODS & PRICES, 

At the new store of 

A. S. ELFELT, 

aprl^rlm next door to Pieneer office. 



JOHIN T, NO YE, 

FLOUR PACKER, 

Manufacturer af erery description of 

MILL MACHINERY 

AND 

French Burr Mill Stones. 



C. W. WOOLLEY &CO., 

mWEK LEVEE, SAINI I'AUL 

F ORAVA.R D I NO 

Gommission KI e re h a n t s, 

DEA LEIIS IN OROCERIESJ 
^RAIN. PROVISIONS. LIME &C., &(J. 

AND 
jt O K N 1 S FOR 1 U E 

ILUNUIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 
pens'^tlvasia railroad, 

P^Tidson's Line of Steamers. Minnesota River, 
.N.^rthem Trai»'<p<jrlaliou Company trom the K<ist j 
KxseUi'r " Youug An-.erica"' Conn Cobb Mill, 
Wot«dwar.1"s .'auulterand .Separator, 
Ker*eiu- i.iil Coaipany c! Ni-w V'.rh, 
Contract); for Tran<portation between St. Paul. Bos 
'ou. Neci ngland, Moulrwal, New York and all points 
ra-^t. rea.le njion the loTr..>t .-nd most favorable terms 
',y the North.-rn Tr.ui portation Company 
Mark packM.zes, 

"WOOLLEY* 00. 
-Si. pAtT. 

J»niif.r\ 1 IS«!— dlv 

japa.nese wheat. 

A Vkw K:vd o» Gr.um ks 'W.v as Japavfsk Whkat 

U l>TRODCC«D To THK PrBI.IC ASD FARMMtS 
(.? MlN.NI>">TA, 

By the suisoribers, who have grown it on their place 
Irtst year. This rem.irkattle Wh-ati^ amazingiy pro- 
rtui^tive, producin.? over one hun-lred bu-hels to the 
acre. U matures in seventy days from the time it is 
-o«n. and weighs tiitv s^x pounds to the bushel 
The Iseads o'" the grain averaije ten inches in length. 
\: ripen-i while the leaves an.l ^talk are green. The 
stalk IS so strong th*t it never lodges during the most 
(■eVBre Htoriiis. It will fatten hogs as wel as corn, 
and at le«s thin one half ot the expense. It produce* 
from three to six tons of fodder to the acre fully 
e.:iual \.<> "he Iwst timothy or clover hsy Its nutn- 
tmuK qualities are such that all kind> of stock prefer 
it t ' any of the grasses ii^ej for lidder, aft«-r a very 
tarje f.rii">rti' n of th-- ijrain is threstie : off. It will 
stand the most K.-vere drouth. It is excellent for 
feedinc (ou'try. It yields thirty pounds of Flour to* 
the bUNl.el. 

Price— U.VE DOLL<iK per package, with full dlr»»- 
tt/.mj. 

j|^.>0'> package sown as directed, will produce 
nDou,;h seed to rai.-« next year from 600 to 800 bush- 
els of t'e Wheat. 

Sold bv lie following Aeeuts in St. Paul ; 
R. liallMway ; •!. C. Raguet & Co.; 

Dav U .leiiks ; Cj- « Wmde & Bros.; 

H. Proi.Jey ; E. W. Eddy ; 

Beanin'''nt & Grrion. 
F'>r sale in Mioreap<di9 by W. H. Leonard h Co. 
Greely .x Gray ; <> M L.rawa\ : Kellv k Bro. 

^t Anthony— Charles Crawford, T >'. &6.H. Aa 
drews. 

4g^)'ersons liriug at a distance can be supplied 
with a packHire per mail, by Fending a d.dlarand lotir 
DOS ag« ijoiup-i enclose . in an euvrlipe. addreHsed to 
K. cTi.I.AWaY, St. Paul, or W. H. LEONARD, Min 
neapois ^^^ ^ ^^^ J.VCKSO.^, 

frhT 1»-w3ni lAke M nnetopfc«. 



NEW^ sua-i^iis I 



apr2S 



Oranges and Lemons ! 

MAPLE SUaAR. 
GREEN apples 

Sweet Cider. 

[apr23] 



COOLEY, TOWER & 00. 

Are jnst in receipt, per steamer Milwaukee, of their 
first installment of 

aROOERIES, 

Including SEVENTY-nTE PACKAGES ol assorted 

P. R. COFFEE. 

CRUSHED & GRAN. SUGARS, 

At low figure* for cash 



At 



M. ». K.Kl.r.OGG'9. 



R L K M -Jt jy J\' 



mm Mi J>r R V 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER, 

Opposite the American House, Third street, St. Paul. 

WIGJI, TOOPKE & LADIE3' ORNAMENTAL HAIR 
Ol every description always on hand and made to 
Older on tho BhortMtnotiee. I»b6-da«a 



aprl9:lw 



wxojy.MBn *■ a B M M m M 

tB TJ I L D E R S . 

Shop in old Baptist Church Bu"'!'"*-'^^^!^"^ "^ft'^ 
near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter Work done to 

order. 

■mm aHMMBB, .m mem mtbct. 

•'Biaiffice in same building as Leonard it Sheire's 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENT TURBINE WA- 
TER WHEfcLS 
Fitted with Cast Steel or Boiler Inn Buckets, war- 
ranted to pro<!uce a high per cen'age of po« er. 

IMPROVED SMUT MACHINES AND SEPARATORS 
OAT AND GRAIK SKPARATURS. 

John T. Noye's Improved Centri ngal, Feeding, Flour- 
ing and Grist JliU«. 

CJiST STKBL jntt.L flCK^. 

Also, DUFOUR & CO.'s CELEBRATED 

Anchor Brand Boltiug Cloth 

MILL CASTINGS.— The entire Machinery of 
Mils, trom Ihe niiiallest Casti !?.■ to the wiiole ar- 
rangement for the largest cla^s »t Flouiing Mills, a' 
much less cost than is u-ual will be furnisned at my 
Manuafctory, and Branch st Chicago, 111. 

JOHN T. -NOYE. Buflalo, N. Y. 

wn. F. MOifE, A)re"t. 

28 Market street, Und's Block, Chicago. 
JoHX Wkbstkr, Millwright. aprll:«m 

J. &U. C. BURBANK * Co , Agents at St. Paul 



NEW CUSTOM 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



St. Paul Chair Factory. 

GALLEY k JANSEN, 

Manufacturers nnd Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

CHAIRS 

OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION, 
f^abathmtc ttreet, bet. 5th tC OtA, 8t, ^Mul* 



I have opened a first class Bi.)'JT AND SHOE STORE 
in the Pbenix Block , second d or from the Pri Jge, 
where I shall t>e pleased to see nil of ray old friends 
and customers, pledging myself to sell as low as any 
other house in the city. 

The custom department will be under the supervis- 
ion of Mr. J. SHEILER, wh<«e repntat on is wel 
established for being the t)est bootmaker ,n the city. 

All work warranted. 

E. E. HUGHSON, 

mar22:dly Agent. 



We are prepir*! to supply the trade with the rerj 
'jest qjality of wcrk, made under our personal super 
vision, aud 

W.f B B.MJVTB n auFKBiom 

To any manufactured in the State. 

Twelve yeais experience in this trade enables us to 
do g'-od »OTk in good style. 

We reier to ihe following principal Cabinet dea'era 
". St. Paul, who sel our work m prelercnoe to that 
of other maoufactureis. for the reason that they con- 
sider ours the best. 

J. Primrose, | J. A. Stees, 

F. Hiliebrand, 

.1. Done'.'. 



J. S. DenniFOQ. 

feh2::d»wly 



Carpenter Shop, on 



Fifth street, near Jackson. De- 



rtnir Plans, and Specifioatloas for BaUdiii« of eyery 
toeriptien, prepM^ »» •»»«>" notiee. MU-I7 



T 



M B jy T . 

STONE STORE 



THE 

On Wabashaw street, near Thhd, from May 1st, 1882, 
for one or a term of years. Also to lease lots on the 
Levee, Wabashaw and Third streets. 

SPENCER « CARVER. 
AprU 10th, 1S82. aplltliii lagwRoU's Bleek . 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One ol the liest 

CLAIRVOYANTS & FORTUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, ran be uonsulted for a short Hme 
it her residence on Eighth b'.reet, b<-tween Wabashaw 
and St. Peter, name on the door. 

Terras — O'airvoyant Kxamiaations, $1 ; Pa»t,Pre«. 
ent and Future Ladies, 26 cents. Gentlemen , 60 eenti 

Hour., from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. »pr2:<to 

UNION HOTEL, 

.W. J.VBBJy'BBlAIBR, rroprUfr^ 

COR. 4th & WABASHAW STS. ST. PAUL. 
GOOD STABLING ia connection with the Hooae. 

This house has been built this snrooicr, is fitted up 
and furnished ia the best style, and is prepared to 
aoconimoUte travelers and b arders on reaaombla 

terms. . , ^ , _, 

g^ Boar I by the day or week aa low M^aa^ o(k*r 

hoaee u> the eity. 





^Dc §ai nt |,iam |}rfss. 

IN THI 

8T. PAIL DAILY ASD WKKKLf PRRSS. 

ttm UXM TO A SgfAKK, BKlXfi A ) Wi \I. KOIIO. 

l,ft'.AL ADVKRTISEMKNTS. 
rc«!JsB«D oyrm < wwk.kiihkk im oa.lv ok wkkult 

i : rst ln^«^^.ul 75 C'QtH per Squftie 

Each !>ub>«iueut i»i»ertion.3T>, " " 

U-v{sl Aaverti>.>i'M>-ut« published «t lU» Mpense ol 
th- \ttoniwy» or.Wrme, ami not delayable tor »'><''•■ 
g»l pr.»cetsdmffs. but collectable in H.lvnoe.or on deliv- 
ery o|- *m.Uvit. l»ublish«r!i not Hec^)unUble tor tUe 
•counncy of lei;iil a IvorliM-meiila bf>ouu the duwunt 
cha^lte^l t;>r t!n-ir pubticatum 

Aawti.-»em«i>t* publmbed lu both the I>»lly and 
Wwkly will brt cli»rjievi llio t jll dail> ratni. with one 
h*lt tUe nerklv rates »i"nU>l. , ... v ^ 

AdT<rtiMeiiieut» leaded an I placed under tn« nena 
•f So«cUl Notices, it ten lines orovdr, will be eharged 
douiile tUe u-ual ral«r> ; if under that amount, Btty 
e«ni!< for each iu«ertion. 

Vririv- »dverti-ra to pay iiaarlerly. 

A.:verliHeiueiit!<, tor a less lime than three months, 
to b« pikid in advance. 

«a-A Harmiw, Ksq , at Minnetpolis, and Wkt- 
BOKK O'SiOK-X, K^<l . at St. Anihony,willactaH AgenW 
In lirculaliuK the Oahy KKksw in th*ii- tespective 
towns. 

J J- Discredited Illiaoi.t and Wisconsin currency 
MDt to us hereaRer snil be rei-eived only at the rates 
«t which we can deposit it. and cnviil will be given 
•rdiu^ly. _^^^^__..^_^_^^_— 
Host omcc, St. Paul, 3lliiiie«ol«. 



.>rnc« Hoiiu>. 
Oa weejt days troiu ' I'cli'ck am. to 7 o'clock P Jl 
On ^aadays, trum Vi o'clock M. to 1 o'clock P. *. 

BjrKS OK AKBHAL ASO DKPARICi:* OH THK MAIUS. 

St. Paul to La Crjsse, carry. ng tae eastern and 
■outheru mail. 

l^oHves dailv, except Frida> , at (J a. n. 

Arrivt* daily, except Tuesday, at 9 1". M. 

M. K:inl to FalH : St. Croix, Wisc<jn»in, via dUU- 
W»ter, leaves dai!v, except Sunday, at 7 a. M. Arrives 
daily, escf ut .SanJay. at 1- m. 

at Paul oCr>w Wing, (Upper Mississippi river,) 
lMve« daily, except Sunday, fur St. Anthony and Min- 
neapdsaiS a. m. audi k m. 

5it. Paul to St. Cloud and Crow Wiug, Monday 
WeJue-i'l-iy and Friday , at 5 a. M. 

Arrive-sdrtily, except Sunday , from St . .In thony an 
Mian-apoli.s a: ti P M. , .„ , 

Acrive-i from St. Cloud Tuesday, Thursday an 
B»lurdfcy,at7 p.m. 

Mails lor F>rt Abererombie. Breckinridge, ftc , on 
R«d Kiver,a.redisp»teaeil on Monday aud Kriday, at 

6 A K. 

St Paul to South Bend, Minnesota river, leaves ilai- 
ly. «x^-ipt Sundays, ai 8 A. M. Arrives daily, except 
Sunday, at 5 P.M. ., , c -i, i* 

<t Piul to .Sorthfield, carrying mail for* anbault, 
l>wi»toaiia Ac. . leaves Monday . Wedae».lay and Friday, 
at 5 A. M. Arrivei, Tu-sday, Thursday and Saturday, 

^t Paul to Decoiah, Iowa, via Cannon Falls, Rocb: 
ester, Jtc.laive^ Mooday and Tliursday, at 7 a. M_. 
Arrives at St. Paul, Wednesday and Saturday, at ■ 

St. Paul to Superior, Wisconsin, leaves Monday and 
to Sunrise city only, Thursday, at 5 AM. Arrives 
Tuer-dayiand from Sunrise city only, Saturday at 6 

P M. 

^t. Pau.toi^parta, Wis., via Hudson, eave Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturdav. at 8 a. m. 

Arrives Mou.lav, Welne.-iday and Friday, at 5 P M. 

St. Paul to Cot'Ujje Grove, via Newport, ic., leaves 
aatard.iy, at 1 p. M Arrives Saturday, at VI M 

St Paul to Red Wing, supplying Pine Bend and 
Nininger, leaves Wednesday at 3 a m. ArnvesTues- 
day at 6 p. m. 

Kastern mail closes at 7 P M. 

Mai » leaving Ijeforc 7 o'clock AM., close at 7 P M. 

AH others do-e half »u hour before lh» 'ime of 

•tar '-in;; . ^ , .^ , 

The postage upon all transient printed matter, lor- 
•igo and douje^Uc, and upon all letters, foreign and 
domestic, is now rwqutred to be fully prepaid by Unit- 
ad States nostage Ktamps, except in cases where pre- 
payment on leiler8,iic., to foreign countries is opti- 
onal and the senders do not wish to prepay. 

Persons mailin.: It'tters, newspapers, &c., whether 
domestic or to ibreigu countries, should therefore I'S- 
oerUin It tbo "itUoe of mailiug, the exac: pos'.age 
in each ease, and affix United States posUge stamps 
o auLhoieul value to prepay the full postage thereon. 
CHAS. NlCauLS, Posimaster. 
$*t. Panl. Dec. 4, 1S61 



1861 w.NTRn 1862 

ARKANC^EMKNT ! 
Miiiiie.sota St4\ge Coiiipaiiy, 

CArF.YlN'G ThE 

NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

A.\n TKl 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 

PROPRHTORS, 

J. C. BURBANK & CO. JOHN L. MERRIAM. 



THK SAINT PAUL PKRSS, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 18B2 

■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■BffF.SBSeiM 

i KAILIIOADS. 



DRY (iOODS. 



The roads are well sto' k. d with Fir-t Class Horses 
Concord Coaches, with caref.il and experietccd l>ri 
vers, all under the control of ctimpeteiit Agents. 



SOHKDUl-K 

OF DEPARTURES FRUil S.\INT PAUL 
For Ha.stings, hed Wing, Keade, WiibasUaw, Wino- 
na, La Crosse, (connecting with the j.a Crosse and 
Milwaukee Kaiu-oad) tlaily, at ti o'clock A. >i 

For St. Anthony and Minneapolis — twice daily, at 8 
o'chJCv A.M., and i P. M. 

For Manoiuin, Anoka, Montieello, and <t. Cloud — 
Moniays, Wedue-: lay-* and Fridays, ;it l o'c!ock a. m 

For Sack Kapids, Belle Piairie, ort Ripley and 
Crew Wing — Mordiya and Fr days, at 4 a. m. 

For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 

For Ma'-iae, Taylor's Fails and thu Falls of St. Cr-ilx 
—Mondays and Tbur.sday. , al 8 o'clon , a. m. 

For Superior — Kvcry Mouday, it 4 o'clock a. m. 

For Sunrise, with connections at Bayfield — Every 
Monday and Thursday, at 4 o'clock a. a. 

ForKichmond, --^uk Centre, Alexandria, Porume 
de Terre, Breckinridge, and Fort Abererombie — 
Mondays and Fridays, at 4 o'look a. m. 

For Qeorgetown, Peaabiua, Fort tSarry.and the Ked 
River Settitmeut — Ev.;ry !•>! Ihv al 4 o'cUjck A. M. 

For further particuUrs emiui'e at thetltneral Dflice 
on Third straet, near the *' American,'' oral the OtHie 
of th« North Western Kxpre.-s Company. 

St Paul, Nov. 24, 18H. nov24dly 

C3-OODS AT LA CROSSE. 

Merch ints and others desiring KOOf's brought up 
from La Crosse can make special contracts at 

L O WJUS T RJTXS, 
on application to us. 

Special ai:d I/)W rates will also be given troio .New 
York and Boston, by Express or by " Merchaet's 
Di .atch '■ 

Liotcett Rale* Oiveit on M^'um 
an 1 other return freight. Call oa us b'-tore making 
contracts. J. 0. BOKBANK & CO. 

no' "24 

o I, ^ s s a s . 

Sugar House in bids, uilf barrels and kegs. 
For sal" low. O1KI1 V.Y . T«»WE:< ft CO. 

10A nBeis svei^R hovsk, sojl- 

M."" Jmo and Amber, a ciioice iiriicle, at 

■T. .t H. C BrRS?A> .< ^lOl ', 



l>(il<:RSOI.L'S Bl. JCK. 

r) K Y a o o 13 s 

(S (XtNTlN't'KD AT THK 

IsTe^v Store 

at 

l>. \V. li\GEUSOL,L & CO., 

IN INGERSOLLS BI/)CIC, 

And al priced in many instauoec 
LKHS THAN THK ACTUAL COST OF IMI'OUIA 
nON AND MANUfACTUKJt. 

Much of the immense stock now offered for sale ha* 
been selected trom the 

r.AHiJE AUCTION SALKa 

nr 

DRY GOODS, 

#.V TMK CiTl' OP JVKW VUUH, Jit 

PANIC PRICES. 



ACHiK.UI/rURAL. 



BOOTS & SHOES. 



ALVKIII D. DAVIHUN. 

S T 



I 



A II I. 



Clipper Plow Factory. 



1 B K 1 R 

FANCY 

Of every variety < 
SUIT 



LAH0E STOCK Ut 

DRESS GOODS, 

iif ijuality, will be .lold at prices ic 

THE TIMKS. 




Great Western Rail- 
way Company's 

EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE, 



WE INVITE ALL 



Leather & Findings, 

SADDLERY HARDWARK AXD TOOLS 
LEATHER BELTING. 



tin 



He unitersigned haring formed a co partnership 
for the nianu'scture ami sale o' 

3:^ L O A^^ s , 

Are now prepared toturnisu tariuers and di^alert with 

THE BEST PLOWS 

Ever offered in the State, and at pricei to suit the 
times. We will al.vny.s have on hand a large stock of 
C^t Steel and Common Steel Cro=8 Plows, Corn 
Plows Breaking and Urub Plows, of all sizes and o( 
the best material. 

Having hud the material selected for oar especial 
trade, and the Plows beinj manufactured under the 
supervision of 

A L O N Z L E A M 1 N G 

[PORHBRLT or HTT. A-VTHUNT.] 

WE WAKBANT THKM 

to be of Light Draught, Clean in any soil, and give 
Good Satisfiiction generally. 

Particular attention Paid to Repairing 

Farmer.'* ! save your old plowi and we wilt work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfaction 
by leaving them at oar Factory, ou Kobert street, be 
tween 4th and 5tb, St. Paul, sign of plow. 

jan22i&wly. DAVI8')N & COXNEU.Y. 



DMlErD. MERRILL, ' 

WHJUCS VLB AND RHTAIL DEALER \S 

BOOKS & STATIONERY 

ST. PAUL, MINN. 

«56 



JfE 



M^HVMS STUCK OP PUVK 1.1- 

quors and i^igars, wuich we otler at prioes that 
will insure quick sale.s, at 

J. C. .t H- 0. BURB^XK & Co.'a 



•^ 



300 

iob 



* I. 



ii(T':'.i V 



;fe On 



lor sale at 

.f. 0. _^^_ 

HKOs svtian hovsk, ^ol- 

d"n and Arab'jr Syrup, 1 cn<> ce article, at f 
.! C .■>; H. »'. I•.^HKA^K .f'n.'B. 



QAA »**«»'-«i H.ii.p Ji.vt» tft/JR' 

OV" t«r boxes Kaisins. cron ol ISbl, at 



'10 



J. »: H C. BURKANK * C».'s 

HULS. 8TV.aRTfS HKSI nOJVMiV 

Syrup, a choice a'tirile, loi- t;i i- uo«, at 

J C *: li C BUKBANK & Co.'s 



HftaMS 

and Ruled. 



i'JtPKR, PLJMJS' 



G 



oi.n pajva, 

and Pencils to suit all. 



STUMiL PJiJ>'S 



rm^UK BUST 

■M. MPE I^K-S 

3oi>,000 



J> 



nBiTiJS'fi «• VJiu- 



K.vr-js o p X s . 



12s 



PJiCKJIGPS JSSORTKn 

Kruits, coiisis ing r.ll'iums, I'ruies.Cur 
rants and Citron, all new crop , tor -air- .-il prices to 
suit the tin.H- at .1. '" K- H r RP-R Vi, v Pn 'a 



loO 
50 



priiue artio!.-'. at low tigurfs, a'. 

J. 0. .'t il I. . BU''.B.\^K ^ Go's. 



GRJiJVT>S P.1TKJVT .*'./-V.V/.V« 

Milisfur sale at man.itacturer's prices, at 

J. C. & H. C. BCKaA.NK &Co.'s 



Mottled MorelU Cloths, from 10 to 'iSc per y«rd ; 

Plaid Foil De Chevres 
Embroidered Foil De Cheveres, 

Every variety of Ohallejs, 
Embroidered and Grey (irisaillea, 

Blue, Green and Finii Barrege Lexafina. 

Engliiih, French and American Mousline de 

Luiues; Frinted Lawns in great 

variety. 

\ ppbendid ptock of Ginghams ; 

Ai^eo 

BLACK AxVD RICB FANCY 

SILKS 

.Men and Boys' Summer Wear ; 
Broadcloths ; black and fancy Cas^iiteres 
Satinetts, and Summer Cloths. 

AI,SO 

A rear large siock of 

HOSIERY, GLOVES 'AND 

EMBROIDERIES; 

PJiRASOha^ aUJV VMSRKr^IjJlS, tfr. 

Atao 

A large stock ot 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

COUNTRY TRAD K. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We also invito the attention of the Ladies to our new 
STYLES OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

OUR ENTIHK STOCK 

Will be sold for 

O A. S H , 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 

The Public are invited to visit our .S'ew Store. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & Co., 

al9-dlyhc St. Paul. Minnesota 

New Fail and Winter Goods. 



Grain Fans and Plows. 



F. H MAVNY'SKXCELSIOR, NO. 1 $26.00 

FKKEPOitT*JRAlV SEPARATOR '26.0 

OEERE'S MOUSE P OWS $10 to I'.OO 

At the Frame " arehouse, corner of Levee and Sib 
ley street, ;St. Paul S. P. E P. F. HOOGtiS. 

nov2TdKtao. 

Farmers. Look Here ! 



Great Western >f.¥. Central 



EXAMINE OUR STOCK 



KESSLER & UlCHL, 

TANNKII8 and CURRIERS, 



Km|> 



aitd 



rO IM) FKOH 



or 



East and "W^est, 

CcHitroUed and opertited by the Road 

forming the line, and to whit^li 

the attention of Shipp'.'ra 

is invited. 



I 



Por'gth* Trantportalion of l.itt Stoele^ 

IM» Routt olTtrt uiieguaHftI facili- 

tit», at rtfardi Stock, i'art. 

Ward*, Timtf tie. 



Freight forwarded at Lowest 
Rates and with Dispatch. 

In the fihipmentot Goods by rail, all ineiiranceiKtiaTed. 

MARK FACKAGE8 -G. W. R.' 



Three Express Pa»ben.er Trains leafe Chicago ;iuJ 
Detroit daily for Buffalo, New York, Boston and Mon- 
trral, Quebec. Portland, &c., &c., with Sleepiug Carx 
on all niirht trainx. 

4^ Tickets via GRKAT WESTERN tlATKWAY for 
saio in all Ticket Ufficei.. 

Gmeral Freight ound licket Offiwf. 



ai state Street, 

ttoilonf 

0. KIMBAU., ....Ai^fut 



at 3 Broadway, 

JVtte ITorky 

E. P. REACH, ....Agent. 

JUIJUS MOVIUS, Gen'l Ag't, Buffalo. 
C. J. BRYDGES, Managing Director, Hamilton 
A. WAIAJ.N'GFOKD, 
»,'2(i OhicHgo and WVsteru Airenl. 



|C^ Rjiyyn 



HA^'H.y UOUTH. 



-% OU WMi.E. PlJVlt OJS'ii OP THJh 

-■- largest and b-fit selected stocbH of Gro;;erieH in 
the West, at the warehouse of 

ecltt. ■( C h-1 C. BITRR^VK ft C 



¥9 R JT jyr T B R S 



I .y H N 






R 



I Mi H 



P O 



.A 



L.1RtiK STOCK 

AM) ACi :< >UN'T lii )i iK.-< 



OP Rt,JlJS'H 



M: BuoK.>'. 



/m t.JROB MsOT 

WM. PEK CHr:Al'. 



6IIPPJL\- OP HCHOOL 



OP W^LI, PJi- 



/m hAROK LOT OP MISCBLLJ- 

•1 NKuL'S ARTICI.hS Al.so Picture, Play, Toy 
aoid ofh><r Childreu'.i Bookif. 

;KyC.)untry Custom respfctfully solicited. _eir 

D. D. HIEKRII'Lk 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
manufactory ot J E Wade, New York, foa sale at 
mauufacturer'.t prices, by 

,UcH I * H BnK3AVK ft Co 



420 



BOXBS ^SSORTBtf TOB^iC- 

co, f;ouiprlain< alS tin- favorite brands, at 
J. liH C, BL'RSaNK « Co.'h 



'X.i% ltOXBJ\' nVBOIS BKffT C^ST 

O" Steel Axes. Aso SO lU.z Ked itiver Axes. Al- 
so 28 Box^a asHorlf.d Blued Tacks. tirKt quality, at 

J. 0. & n C. ntJKBANK tz Co.'s 



n R V a o o u s ^ jyriJt 



YANKEE NOTIO.NS 

00 TO 

"The Cheap CJash Store, 



TBB VJ\'nKR8lU.VBD BJIVB OJV 
Irini! a large lot of 

FAxNNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 

which they propose to trade to farmers on better 
terms than can be had elsewhere. 

F. H. MANNY'S Excelaior Grain Fan. . .$25.00 

FREEFOliT Grain Separatoi-, 26.00 

MOLINE Fanning Mill 20.00 

MOLINE & ROCK ISLAND Plows $10 to $15 

We will receive whea* In exchanae for any of the 
above articles at 55 cents per bushel. Also a g<K)d 
J^upply of (kyggshall & Warner's and Bickford & Huff- 
man's 

ORAIN DRILLS, 

with or without Gra.sg Seeders. 

Parties wishing to purchase will do well to give us a 
call at the Frame Warehouse, corner of Lower Levee 
and Sibley streets. St. Paul 
_noVi7w6mo S P. & P. F. HODGES. 

F. ^ h/ MaTn'n' Y'S 
FANNING MIL L 

We. the undersigned, beg leave to call the i»*>enti(m 
of Farmers and C^»unlry Merchants to the tact that 
they have the exclusive right ol manufacturing 

F. H MAXNY'd FANNING MILL, 

Which lims taken the premium over all other mills in 
the Slau- fi r CHunini; graiu of all kinds Warranted 
to give {lerfect satisfaction in uiking out o**s and 
cockle, and iill feiul seeds. We also manufautare the 

RACINE MILL, 

Ijirge or KmiU size as any one may (iesire We cal 
the attention of wheat buyers to our lar;?e .size nil! 
which eannoi be excelleif tor cleaning grain fast 
Persons wiU saye from tour to nix dollars in buying ot 
us 

Give us a call before p-.iict a.sin7 elsewhere, as we 
can sell ^. b-^tter mill, and cheaper than any one else 
can afford them. We are agent.s for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STEAM FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BURR jniLli-STONES 
I*VPORB'>S BOhTIJS'G CLOTHS, 

SCREEN WIRE AND TH!«X)P'S S.VIUT MUX AND 
SEPARATOR. 

We are the only party keeping the above articles in 
St. Paul. 
Factorv, T.ower Levee, West St. Paul. 
jan2M&w3.ii. W. M. LF.YDE .M BROTHER. 



This is M miles the shortest as well as th^ cheapest 
and most comfortable route to all Points ic the Kast- 
era States or Canadas. 

It is an all rail route except the distance ..f 86 milek 
from mUoaukee to Grand Haven, which is performed 
"biueol the splendid Ucuau Ste.amr.I;ipi> oi the line 
in ' ix houi'x. 'This change Irom the li«it i^ud dusty 
Rtuiroad Cars to the airy and splemiia cabins of the 
atsambhips. where you are furnifthed with stateroom* 
frte of churge. relieves much the tedium oi ;i Journey 

Stearnsliip^ leaoe. MilwaiiJ:ee morning and evening on 
the arrival of trains from the West, connecting at 
Gi-and Haven with Express trains ot tlie Deiroit, anil 
Milwa%ikee Railroad for al points Fjt^l By this 
rente the/are is as Utui, time quicker, Omnfcttmu as 
nre at Uy any line, and you avoid tiiv unuertaioty 
and delay of changing cars, and nearly two miles 
Omnibus travel to which Psssenger.s via i.Uicag<i are 
snbject. 

Tickets via Prairie du Ctiien or La Cios-se lo be had 
at principal ticket offices. 

J. H. Whitma.v, Geu'l West'n Agent. Milwaukee. 

W. K. MriB, Supt, iJetroi- . je2'i 

WMyBRPOOA, .§JVU hOJ\M0Ojy 

FIRE AND LIFE IXSUBANCF CO. 

Capital and ReserveU I<'anaovcr$U,UUO,000 



BOOTS 4fc 8 ^OES 



WHICH WE ARE SELLINU VERY LOW. 



Jllf H J. SMITH & CO. 

JOHN THORWARTH, 

BCKXr Jt SHOE MANUFACrURBB , THIRD 8TRKET, 

BETWEEN ROBERT AN! JACKSON, 

8t. Paul, Mini. 

Keeps coQBtaatly on hand and makee to order 

BOOTS & SILOES, 

Which ar« warranted to do as go«d service, and ot as 
good style and workmanship as if made to order. 

STEEL SHANm FOR SEWED BOO IS, 

The first introduced in this city, viU be put in when 
ordered. This makes the boot sti onger and more du- 
rable, and is lighter and fits neattr. 

R E P A I R ] N C 

Dooe on the shortes uotioe— «n( . n goo and neat 
style, 

JOEtN THORWORTH. 
Bt. Paul, Dec 7,1861— decTdly. 

THE BEST OF THE SEASON. 



c<~>u.staatiy oa liaod, the \»^%f-h\ 
Most Complete Stoftk of 

Leather and rindingi>, Saddlery Har<lw»r» 

and Tof-ls, 

Leather Belling, Enameled Cloths, aitd Leatbat, 

4c., Ac, 4c., tc. 

All ot whia'-. tUey ar,< now offering at prloea tu 

Puit the Time". 

PARTICULAR A17EN1ION FAID 10 ORDKhA. 
4^0ash paid for Hides and Fnrs.^f 

It. 



HAaLU WORKS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




?> 



!I 



1UB PA.MCB TO UBT TUB BBST 



MILITARY BOOKS, 

For Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery, is at 

osf.;.", Mf.RltH.I,'.^ STOKF.. Third Street. 



^ 



50 BARRELS 

OE 

O.AKBON OIL I 

A'^O A '.irAVnTV OF 

CHICAGO CKKAM ALE, 

For sale by J. C. •-: il. C. BURBANK & Co. 

dec5. 



Ml. 



s aoott js .i.yr—PBRB^MPs 
BETTEK,! 

The celebrated Writing Fluid of Wm. Manlius 
Smith is now olTered tor Bilo in Minnesota D. D 
HEKStlLf.., St. Paul, is our Agent. 

This Ink has been thorDughly tested, and is now 
used by » inkers, R^ilroii offioars , State Legislatures, 
and by business men throughout the country. 

Arnold's Flail is no better, but being subject to 
high t .riff, is more expensive. 

Americ*n.'< -h>ud use this Ink, lecame, 1st, It Is 
as good a; ;»ny. 'Jnd, It costs less. 3d, You should 

PATRONiZK "HOME INDUSTRY." 

Tho-e who wish samples, can have them free of 
charge, by calling on our Agent, D. D. MERRILL, 3d 
street, near the Bridge, St, Paul. 

SMITH & BROWN WELL, 

3an'21d6m. Manufacturers, Manlius, New York 

J. B R^ MJyr-H RM» *f CO.^S 

MILLS, 

SITUATRD O.V PHALON'S 9REEK. WHERK 
THE STILLWATER ROAD CROSSES. 

This .Mill is just completed, and is in good running 
order. Our machinery embnices all the latest im- 
provements, and was got up in the East, without re- 
gard to e.^pense. It has two run of Burrs, which 
will be kept running night and day, so that farmers 
coming from adisUnce can be accommodated without 
much delay. 

The neeil of \ first class Mill o thl4 kind has long 
been felt by the citizens of St. Paul and vicinity. 
We have secure-l the services of James Craigie . who 
has made mil ing the business of his Ufe,and in whom 
we can place entire confl'lence. 

All kiuds ot <rain will be weighed when brought to 
the Mill, and also when ta'nen away, it desired. We 
feel coulident in saying to the public that we can 
make as good Flour and as great a yield to the bushel 
as any Mill in .Minnesota, and respectlully soUcit a 
fair trial. 

Also a new Mill fur grinding corn in the ear, 

0g- All work dona at this Mill ia warraotad. 

Bep20 dJtwly 

WlJS(JOi>SlN NURSERIES 



rwi o 



.aw PRtP..\-iis it p^TROjyrs. 



Having engaged my servii^e.s to the Messrs. J. 0. & 
H C. Burhank A Co.', co-ut l.eveeaud.-^ihley streets, 
I may be found in tiie Who es Ue Grocery Department, 
wher" it wi 1 afford ui • pleasure to see my old cus- 
tomers once more. 

We shall have a larite and well selected stock of 
goods, usually kept in ou.- line, on hand, which I re- 
sp "Ctlully a.sk you to examine brf. re purchitsing else- 
where. I hope to merit for the house a portion at 
lesst of that patronage you have heretofoie so liber- 
ally bestowed upon me 

marS A. L. LARPENTEUR. 



NEXT n'K)R TO THK N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 
THIRO STREET, ?T. PAUL, MINN. 
We mean to keep up our reputation for selling 

DRY G^OODS CHEAP. 

Call and see for yourselves. Remember our 
motti — 

"SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES." 
nov2dlv H. KNOX TAVI<OR. 



M^OR S B^ WJ.S, B K I.,M I jyP S, 

■^ Prints, Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Muslins, 
Tickings, Flannels, Gloves, Hosiery, Woolen Ttarn, 
Satinets, Cassimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, &c.| 
Ao.Jiic. 

Co to the One Price Cheap Cash Store of 

H KNOX TAYLOR 

iov',» dlf Third Street, St, Paul. Minn 



jlOSSES PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 
Without sixty liayg' notice. 

LIFK INSURANCE 

KBectei! on liberal terms. Policies a-signalde by en- 
dorsement without permission of the Company. 
Shareholders personally responsibi* iur eng»gement« 
of the Company. 

LHrectors and Stockholders, '^lter«r«ruxs in New Fork 

New i'ork. city. 



James Brown, Esq., 
Brands Cottenet, Esq., 
r^enry Grinnell, Esq., 
A.lfred I'ell, Esq , 
AJex. Hamilton, Jr., Esq. 
F. M. Archibsld, Esq., 
And others. 



Huncan, S!i'?ru;an & Co., 
Alex. T. Stewart «t Co. , 
(iriunell, Miuiuiu A: Co , 
8. L, & A .Stewart, 
;. W, & J, T. Moore &Co. 
L). Appleton N Co. 



sep^0 



THOMPSON BROTHERS. 
Agents for St. Paul and vincinity. 



I have iuat received by Burbaok's Expreaa a vury 
^■plmdM 

BALMORAL BOOT 1 

Also a very ffr« 

Double Sole Lasting^ Gaiter. 

And some more Cbildrmi's best E ALHORAlS. These 
Goods must b« ie«a to b« appreciat«d. 

Samuel Kilpatrlck. 

Opposite the International Hotel. 
marlS^U 

OIL AND LAMP8. 



PRICES OF 

Gabon Oil Reduced I 



Michigan Central Railroad 
1861. ij^flUKE^S^^ffi 18G1. 



SEEDS AT WAR PRICES! 



SEEDS FKFiE BY MAIL. 



ERNEST ALBRIGhHT, 
F U h S OF ALL KINDS, 

Third Street three doors below Day fe Jenks' Drag 
Store, St. Paul. 



E 



s T ^ R !> I s u t; n 



1 8 3 O. 



S . T . SUIT'S 

KENTUCKY PREMIUM 
Salt River Bourbon. 

1854 



HasennBtantly on hand and makes to order ROBES 
I.V EVERY STYLE, jnts Mittens, Gloves, Collars, 
Capen, Clips. Moccasins, and in short, everything ap-< 
pertaining to a Fur Store. 

Ail work warranted, and sold at the lowest nriO's 
for caph. 

Highest cash price paid for Furs. noT24d4m 



All who wish to buy Feeds should call at 

THB .sJijyT P^VI. SKPn STORK, 

Opposite the PRlfrs office, and adjoining the Bridge 
We are now selling off our n-w crop of seeds at much 
lower prices generally than the same can be had at 
Eastern stores. Many of the seeds we ofifer at three 
cents per paper cannot be bad elsewhtre for less than 
ten cents, and some retail at twenty-Hve cents each. 



PRICES PER POUND. 

per lb. 

Large Yellow Onion $1 00 

I ariije Red Or. ion 75 

Beets — Early Blood Turnip 76 

" White Suaar 6'J 

" Mangold Wertzel 6) 

I>ong Orange Carrot 75 

Buta Baga 60 

Flat Turnip 60 

Extra Farly Imphee 40 

Same at wholesale very low. 



QREAT QENTRAL. ROUTE 

To New York, New England and the 
Canadas. 

On and after SUNDAY, -Nov 3d, iSfcl, trains leave 
the Great Central Union Depot, foot of Lake street, as 
iollowb : 

d.OO a, m. — Daily Express (except ."^unda)) arrives 
at Petroit 6 p. m.. Suspension Bridge 
at 4 05 A. M., Albany 4:15 A. M., New 
9:50 P. M.. Boston VS:}» » m 

'i.30 p. *n. — Night Express (except Saturday), ar- 
rive at Detroit at 6:05 a. M.. Suspen- 
sion Briitge 6:25, Altiany 6:15 a m.. 
New York 1 i M , Boston l;oO P M 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave Chicago 

it 6 A. M. r all train ; 8:30 P. m. Fas' Kxpre-s ; arrive 

<n Chicago at 7:00 A. M. Fast Expreps, an'. 11 p M. 

Sight Mail Train. 
The 8:30 p. M. train leaving Chicago runs throagh 

to Cincinnati without change of cars or bigjage. 

SA^LISBCRY'S PATENT DUSTEKS 

Are Run on Day Express Trains, 

Patent Sleeping Carf on Ntgkt Trains. 
ta'Bskggage Cbecked TbroDgb.'Ct 

4^ Through tickets for sale in all Principal Railroad 
Othcen in the West, at the General Office, corner Lake 
ani Dearborn streets, (under the Treraout House,; 
Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. .N". RICE, General Superintendent. 

J. W. s^.MITR, Western Passenger Atrent. myl8 

SEWING MACHl L\ES. 



For 



We are selling CARI((.>N OIL 

45 CentN per Gallon. 

Our best nFTY CEXT3 per gallon. 

Lamps cheaper than ever. Ni x Marble base Lamps 
from 75 cents up, and handled Limps for 36 cents. 

E. & H. Y BELL, 

Naar Winsluw House, Third street. 
St. Paul, April O'.h, 1862. api5 

Superior Carbon Oil 

On consignment, l>r sale at 

40 GENTS PER OALLON. 
NICOLS & DEAN. 

feb8 



STE.1M ENuivESOR BOILERS 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
r^TKJS'T SI/BJR CJJS'B ^niLLa, 
PAT KM STEiM COIL EYiPORATORS 

HATK.NT STAMP MILLS: 
MMt' 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptioaa , 
Prices, &c. Also, 

Saw Mills, Flouring Mills 

AND MACHINKRY OF ALL DiSCRIPTiON, 
Too numerous to meDtion. 

CHIOAOO, ... ILLINOIS. 

P- W. GATE^, President. 
N. B . Agents wanted e''ervwh"''o. m'7i1*-wv 

Merchants' Dispatch 
Fast Freigh-t U.iie, 

Owned and managed by the 
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

jar* All overcharges settled by J. 0. fc B. 0. Bir- 
baok & Co., Agents. 

New York office, lii Murray stre«t 

Boston office, 69 Waahtngton street. 
mar26:dly 

J. B. BRADSN, 

WBOLKKALI A^D BKTAa OKALn DI 

Iron, Nails, Steel, 

HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH rOAL, AGRICULTUR- 
AL IMl'LiCMENTS. 40. 

Keeps onQstantly on hand alt goods in bis line ioeludhsc 

KentlHg-lon. ^ Hg-o V Ktteedet Bar iron. 

Sheet Iron, Plow Steel, Cast, German and Blistar 
Steel, Springs, Axiesand o' her Carriage Trim- 
ming-. Siielf Hardwaie, fcc— \i in- 
•low t.liSB, -ash. Doors and 
Blinds, Rock Island Clipper snd 

S-%INT PALL CI^IPPER PLOITS, 

All of the l)est quality, warranted lo g've kati-'sclion. 
All of which will be sold at the very lowest prioM 
for cash. 

Warehouse on T'lird between Mianesota and r^d^f 
street". >^t ■'iiii. xf'in. foi-ni" 

TO TWE PKOPKIETOU^ OF 

BILLIARD ROOMS. 

Stnd to Btadqunrfrt and Hart front Pi9» 

to Tin per tent, and g-el « Heller .irm 

tide of anything in the Hilliard 

£.iHt yuu Htay waul. 



OIL! OIL! OIL! 



S. T. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



R. T. 



SUIT'S KENTUCKY 
SALT RIVER liOUUHON. 



11-56 



Farmers and Gardeners of the .'Vnrth'weat 

We call your attention to this N'ursery, the stock 
which embraces everything in the Nursery line. Lo- 
cated on the hi^h open prairie, the trees all grow 
with .«iHORT, sroCiiY BODIK.-*— set twice or three 
tiaies over in the nursery. Owing to the perfect har- 
dine-ts of its trees, kc, the Stock is well adapted to 
ttie eoil and climate of 

THE NORTHWEST. 

Please call and examine or send lor catalogue price 
bst. Orders solicited early, as those first received 
will first be BUed. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

General Northwestern Agent. 
Offine lnSew»ng Machine Deiwt opposite Thompson 
Bros. Bank, Third street, St. Paul. 
(«b4-d*w1v 



THH ABOVE IF BURNEL 

IS G-ENUINE. 

ADDRESS 

S. T. SUIT, 

Salt River Distilleries, 

KEN TU C K Y . 

We have the above celebrated Wliisky for a\l». 

BEAUMONT h GORlX>N, Wholesale Grocert- 
nNOK & THEOBALD, •' " 

J. C. RAGUKT i: a>.. " " 

W. W. WEBB, " " 

WM. Ln?, " " 

BARTl.ETT PK!35r.FY, " " 

splia ^y H V.ORIV " " 



NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEALERS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS. AXES, SPRINGS. AXLES, AN- 

VILS, VICES, BELLOWS, THLM- 

BLE SKEINS, HORSE NAILS, 

AND 

HEAVY HARO\VARI£ 0KNE:RALL.Y. 

RUBBEK AND LEATHER BELTING, 

GRINDSTONES, PITTSBURGH COAL, kc. 

THIRD SlRhET, . . .ST. fAUL, MINN. 

49-SlON OF THE ANVII<.-«» 



SEEDS BY THE QUART. 

per qt. 

Beins— Em riy Yellow Six Weeks 16 

'■ KarlyChina 16 

" Early Vttl-ntme 15 

Peas— Early Daniel O'Rourke, 2>i feet 25 

'• Tom Thumb, or Dwarf, 8 inches 40 

" Champion of England, very rich, medium 

early, 3>i feet 20 

" Large Marrowfat, late 15 

Sweet (. orn 16 



SEEDS IN PAPERS. 

Papers that usually retail at five cents each. ... 3 

Same, assorted by the hunT-jd 2 60 

thom.,nl 20 00 

4^SubscriberB to " Farmer & Gardener," 2>i cents. 



•.Vgen's for Herring k Co.'s celebrateii fll'E 
PRouF SAFES. feb7-dly 

RUDOLPH SCHCENEMANN, 

WATCH MAKER 

3r«l St., near Robert, Saint Paul, Sllnn, 



K Ji JVE O V ^ L 



Galvanizing in gold and silver neatly done to or- 
p*r. A good a'isnrtment ol watches and clocks always 
on band. Repairing neatly done and warrante I tor 
one veur. d»>«3 Iv. 



SEEDS BY MAIL, POSTAGE PAID. 

All kind* sent by mail at 3 c's. per paper. 

Forty kindi Flower Seeds, our choice, for $1.00. 

Seeds by the pound, same price, »s above, with 15c. 
added. 

Papers of Corn, "ear s and I'eis, if ordered by mail, 
will contain ab<) t half the usual amount— ordinary 
paper, full amonnt. 



WHKKLKR 
SB WtJVtl 



LAFAYETTE, MINNESOTA. 

FRKE HOMES TO SETTLEKS. 



WOOD YARD, 

CORNER OF JACKSOX AND NINTH STS. 

DRY WOOD oa»Untly on hand and delivered in 
any part of the city. Orders left at the yard, with 
Mr . Terry at the Post Office or at either of the Auc 
Moo Rooms, promptly attended to. 

marlStdam SSO. 0. BTAKBU4K. 



I have removed the stock of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac, 

assigned to rae by E. W, L' wis, from Xo. 4 Lambert'i 
Block, Third .'treet, to the sto e on Ttiird street for- 
merly oooupie<l by 

J . W . PRINCE, 

Liquor Dealer, opposite Wra- J Braith ft Co.'s boot 
and shoe store, and shall be giad :« furnish the peo 
pie with Drugs, Medicines i^^c, 

JIT OR BBr.OVF COST, 

until the whole stock is disposed of. 

janSiitf. Ol^liAVr T.PWI^, As-iimef.. 

FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH! 



rriBB FROPRiBTORS Ot- TBB 

■M. town of LAFAYETTE, on the Red River of the 
Nnrih. will make liberal donations of lots to all per- 
sons who will nettle upon and improve the same. — 
Thisiowu is situated 40 miles below Ft. Aberjrombie, 
and 180 miles above Pembina and directly ofjosite the 
nuMlh of the Cheyenne Rioer ; is the centre o' one ol 
the richest valleys and best agricultural regiocs in the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood an 1 water 
and Ifce oountjy around it has been recently ^urveyed 
and is now open to settlement. The town marikf the 
head of naripoUton on the Red River of the North, 
and iH easily accessible^the line of stages from Bt. 
Paul to Pemt>ina, passing there semi-weekly. No por- 
tion of the great west offers greater inducements to 

ettlers. 

For in formation address ,IOHV R IRVISK, Eaq 
fl»lnt r»«'i!. Minn«sntA. Si-.lfcwl.v 



SEEDS FREE. 

All subscribers to the " Farmer and Gardener," for 
a year, are entitled to five papers. Those who pay 
$1.00 at nnr cfiice, or remit the same tu as by mail, 
instead ol piymg to agents, may select tea papers 
from our list of Garden or Flower Seeds. 

Edit rsot this State m ly drawouus for ten papers. 

A list ol seeds, with description, mode of culture, 
ftc, will be found in the '• Farmer and Gardener" for 
Jiinuary, February and March 



FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Goo.wberrie", Baspberrie.s, Strawberries, 
Khubirb, Asparagus Roots, Evergreens, Roses, Dah- 
lias, Peonias, and all kinds of Greenhouse and Qsrdea 
I'lants, as low as at any responsible Nursery in Wig. 
consin or New York. 
Aldress 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or leave orders with Messra. Fairchild & Pease at onr 
wnequirters. aprl2:d*wlm 



For sale by 
Eighth street, 
St. Paul- 



.V^aCBM.'S'BS, 

Best in use, 
JTBWLT improved, 
at New York 
prices. From 
Ub to $100— 
treiaht added.— 
lustrictions giv- 
en, machines pat 
',t order, and all 
- ■ "I' ne-'ded. 



R. T, HOLTERHOFF, 
Blocks east of International Hotel 
octl6-6ni 




THK BEST QU.^LITY OF 

CARBON & KEROSENE OIL 

FOR sale; by 
UPHAM & HOLMES 

AT 

Tlilrty-flve cts. per Gallon. 

mar6dftw:y 



tiaving received the sole agency of thii State for 
the sale of 

phe' an * collevdet's celebrated billiard 
Tables, 

With combination cushions, I take this mefnod to in- 
form yf'U tha' I am now prepared to furn'-b Bi'liard 
Rooms witD Tables and Fixtures at New Yi>rk jiricea, 
freght added. Pers-.ns de^irin? to purchase will be 
furnished hy mail with a list of rr.c**s. 

I am prepared to refurnish snd tit up tables witta 
new (Jl.iths, Bills and Cues ; aud aUo on short mtioe, 
ti.' go to any part of the State to fit up Ro«ims, T» 
bles and Fixtures. New Cunhion'. Cuea, Ball*. Cue 
Tips, &c kept conslaiillv on ban'.. 8»ll< re-tnrned 
nnd colored. Please aixire^s your orders to 

H. G. BKOWN, JR., 

Metropol.iMi H< 1. Hridijt .-qu.vre, M. I'anl. 
ap'i-4ni 



1862 



SPRING TRADE. 



1862 



P. W. NICHOLS. 
General Insurance Agent. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Issued on favorable terms, in the most reliable Com- 
panies. 

OFFICE AT GEORGE LITTLE'S BOOK STORE, 
jan2511y Third street. 8'.. Psul Minn. 



poLvocB, tfojyjacusjyo «- oauB,\ 
China, Glass ami Crocker> 

PIRATED WARE 
ARBON OIL AND LAMPS 

LOOKING GLASSES, 

UN Ware, plai.v, planisbjd and japanned. 

Table Cutlery. 

Dinslaotly on hand the most complete assortmeox ol 

HOUSE FURNIStiINQ GOODS 

To he founJ in ihe city. 
ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. 
■eiiV/ dfkwlv 

FURNITURE! 



WEBER. WILLI AMU YALE, 

JOBBERS, 

25 LJKB STRBBT, CBtCMGO, 

Are now re?eiving the LaR 4MT and BEST ASSORT- 
ED STOCK to be found West of New York, e^mpria- 
ing many new styles of 



HATS, 

STRAW 



CAI>S, 

GOODS, 



I 



mm MMji,ijyBRi' ,a js* 
DRESS MAKINGJ^ 



D 



A few oases of Men's, Boys' and Youth's BOOTi 

Also CIRCULAR SAWS of Welch k Griffith's make— 

dM* from 60 toMiueiiea. 

B. 8. EDOERTON. 



GIESMAN & SAUER, 

KASTPAOTtlMBII Or 

SADDLES, 

HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

COLLARS^ 

BLANKETS. TRUNKS. WHIPS, 4a, Ac, 

Next door to Thompson Broa. Bank, 8d gt. , St. PanL 



'Repairing of all kind* done on short notice. 
iC^Al work made at thia ihop U of the Twy bei 
tnfttarial asA II wamaMft. DOTfldean 



Notice to Creditors 
Minnesota State University. 



The State Ijegislature, at its late session, anthorlaed 
the Reg»ntB of the Vinnesota State University to at- 
tempt a compromise ol the indebtedness of that cor- 
poration by the conveyance of landi granted by Oon 
gress for its b nefit. 

All persons having claims of any kind against the 
University will please communicate them immediately 
invritinit to the undersgned, stating the character 
of the claims, their amonnt, how secured, and every- 
thiitg calculated to facilitate such an adjiutment a« 
is proposed. 

Per order of the Board of Regents. 

URIAH THOMAS, Beeretary. 

81. AntkMijr, April S, 18««. aprllilv 



MRS. R. H. HAYNES, 

Having had a long and exteosive experience in Milli- 
nery and Dress Making, calls "he attention of the ladiea 
of St. Paul and v cinity, to her room in Watnon'i 
Boarding House, on Robert street, betweeu Fourth 
and Fifth streets, where she has commmencod 

BONNET, DRESS, AND CLOAK MAKING, 

In all their varied forms and fashion^, and solfoits a 
share of the pub ic patronage. 

She will cut patterns to lit the form (or Basques er 
Dresses— also make to order silk or velvet 

BONNETS or HATS, 

decKtf. 

FURS! FURS! FURS! 



JOHN PRIMROSE, 

Mann&cturer an<! Dealer in 
ca B MjyB T JMJ\^Mt CBJtlR 

FURlSriTURE, 

OF EVERT VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a oimplvte aasortment o< 

Parlor, 

Chambesr, '■ 

Dining Room 

FURNITURE 

or ail 8tplf\ and of Smptrior Work' 



In the most approved styles. 
All work warranted to give satisfiiciion 



O. J. KOVITZ, 
Manufacturer of Fine Fui*s, 

AU, DUOKimoini akd xraKr sttlb, 
S«l rraSBT, concert Bali Blook. NT. PA.OL 



Most of my Fomitare is ol my own manofacture, 
made of tboroaghly seasone^i material and equal to 
the best there it made in the I^ . S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is aliravs better than a slow 
shilling, I am determined to sell a very light shade 
above ooat. Everybody ia reipectiutly invit4«d to give 
me a call before purchasing. 

4^ REMEMBER THE PLaCE : Stone Boildiog— 
Third Street — above the Bridge, St. Paul, Muin 

jan24dly 

J%^OTMCB.-JhE. TBB COVJVTKB- 

•'' sigDe<i notes of the Varuiors Bank, located at 
Garden City, Blae Earth oontty, Minnesota, mast be 

S resented at the Offlce 0/ the Auditor of the State of 
linneeota. at St. Paul, with n two years from the 
date of this notice, a» the se'iuri'fee deposited with 
him for the wtdemption of i-a-'l not»» will at that time 
be given up to the owaer or )wcer« of lald Bank a«- 
eordlng to the Banking Law ef the Mate of Mlnne- 



B.DAim, 



PAKASOIS, UMBRELLAS, and PALM LKAFrtOOD3, 
including 3003 di>z>u SHAKER HiK)D^-all o! which 
wiU be offered at EASTERN PRICES, for cash or ap- 
proved short credit. 

CASH AND SHORT TIME BUYERS 

From all sections of the West are esiiecially invttad 
to examine our sto. k bifoie buying elsevhere 

ORBBR9 SOnCMTED, 

To wWch prompt pergonal attention will be g:lven itad 
satisEaetion guaranteed, 

WEBER, WILLIAMS A YALE. 

marl :3fn 

MILES 6c ARMOUR, 

Commission Mercliants 

Red WarehooM, foot of Beat Water et , 

M 1 L VV A U K fci i:, WIS. 
Fkid B. MjLn. PBiur D. Aufova. 

R ■ r ■ a T 11 

Thompaon Bros , Bankers ; Temple & BMupre ; 
E. * H. Y, Bell. 
inarl6: dSm 



Tobacco 

CIGARS. PIPES, SNUFF, 



Ao. 



Oat«lAprUn, IMO. 

«KB*d, 
Wf9w2y. 



F. W . TUOHKLT, Third Street, oesit do<ir to 
Oomb'a Book Store, Wholesale and Retail DMier In 
Tobacco. Cigars, kc, is just rece vii ? his ir.U and 
winter stock, and is prepared to fill crders to any e«- 

tMt, fOI 

FIJVB IJHPORTBB ClO^tRS, 

Miaaonri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and Chew 
ingTobaeeo. Fme Cut Chewing, superior to any la 
the city. 

SWEKTBRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a Urge amortment . These pipes are all the go now, 

F. W. TUCHFXT, 
Third itreet, next door to Comb's Book Stom. 
8t Panl. Nov. 17. novl'dly. 

PHfCB.B,gjy. .trroR.y'B wr 

C< LTs'^ELLOR AT IJIW. Pr»cti<*s in all the 
Oonrts ol thi* Suite and in the CuiU'-t Slates Di'tript 
Court. 

OOoe in MeClnng'H Phoenix Block . corner o{ Third 
ftad Wabaahaw streeU, i.t. Paul. Minnesota. 

AU bnaineea Ml witik na «iU raMlve prompt esd 







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From Fortress Monroa. 

M KKH 1 mac; 1 XPKCTKn. 

TIU: UGllT AT El.lZAUETll CITY. 

FoKTRKSS MosHOE, April '2-2. 

A sir. ; 1 l>o»t airivoil to iliy tioin Nor- 
folk, c 'Plan iii<» ^evcral rcltig.n-s. They 
u p Tf I'lt MtTritnac at the Go9;>nvt Navy 



THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, SUNDAY, APKIL 27. 18(32 



Yatil. iKivi.i;^ iriMi sV.ii'Ms plitt'd over tier 
IK. rill ' c-". >h.' w.is rtgroutvl tin' la'it ilay 
out, a^ wa:' irmeiiliy s*up(>o->iJ. Xotbuiir 
was s-uk\ about th" barsiiiij? of a guu. and 
it w li u''>t (.?•<< iiioornct. 

Ca t Un-hmui wis wouucl d by a liH- 
shot la the '.h gh. 

Tlu- suM'iicr- .fan stown and Heant' rt 
wort 1 p '*'c .J.iiiii's RiviT on Friil>y. a"'' 
YiH kl.'rt'ii oil .^un.l.iy. to ol'taiD coal. 'I Ijt-y 
took III tt'W a puimIht of scli"oinr8 i.M.itd 
v.itniron. t» »*e rolU'd into plate;* at ihe 
Tr..lfit»r Iro.i Wirss. 

Fiiir uuil'os'^ lnvc bern la'inrhcd at 
N' iluk. and !oir more \vv.rc' beiog bui!:, 
S0!iie «if lliein to be platid. 

Rfr.u'tf!», vvIk) vwt'd ilielimond la't 

w.". r, <t.ite th It there are but lew Ir » }s 

t'wrt'orjit Norfolk, most of them htivi;.!,' 

g..;k: to Y.irUtown. Fourteen thoa-and ar.' 

t^aid ic imvo pissed tlirou^h RicUm'^nd (or 

Y.trkt >vvii ill one dav. One of tjie refu'-es 

was a .-ailor oa the sttMincr Fingal. He 

left Savanna'.! on th' tirat of March, niui 

roj;' rt-! grt-iit con^.ternaliou tie re. Tae 

Fiiigal ard orbcr ve^^^il^ in the harbnr were 

re.ub I > be be.rned or sunk. Troops in 

the V cinity ot' Sa-'annah are dyins? in iar^e 

n mi' e-s. Tiie city inii;!it have been easily 

uikti It .'he time of the tTSt lauding at 

Pen 11 yal. 

Wasuinotos, April 23. 

Ir i- iMW -a'd thu the vi«.t n{ the Fnnch 
M-iiistr to lllelhiiotal W..S of no poliiiea' 
imoorianee, but biisujiss conneetul with 
coi..«iiilatt». lie returned to-day Hi- di • 
pa'..? wen' to New York, wliere a 
steauv.T ii waitinj: to t ik.' them M France. 

Latest from Pittsburg Landing, 



The Duke of Somerset admitted that 
the ndiniral'y was now prcpareii to proceed 
lit once Willi Capt. ColVs cupola and oth- 
er plan«! 

I The House of Commons debated Italian 
nft'iirs. Talineiston belit veil tint .^eoaer 
! or later tliv.' unity of Italy will be eouipie- 
j ted by thi- po?=ession of Home. 
I Tlv/d-m-iillies of the Mexican war elaimtd 
i some ntlmtion. 

It was rumored at I'ari^ that W:,'ewBki 
1 will make a speeial lui-^MeC to Enulai-d OU 
the s^ubi ft. 



nCUTlNC} OF THE < OLOUI^D i>UO. 
fi»L,i: OF CffllCAOO. 



PKO< r.KOiXti'* OK «:0>«KK.VS ON 

'n»i: TUft:>TY-riiiu». 



I^TKRKSTIXa IteB.VTK 0?? THE COVKISCATIOS 
RILLS. 



BEAUREOAliD SIRONGLV REINFOIiCl-:D. 



F£DSi:UAL \V0I'>0S:;D L'NDEllCS- 
XI.nATIiO. 



TWnXTY-SETEN STE.V>iB AT LOADS ARRIVED. 



#1,000 REWARD FOlt GOV. ilARVEY.S 
1501 'V. 



Sj^fiiil Pl:pu:cK to Cite Chicigo Tribune. 

C.UR», April 2J.— C.iptam White, of the 
Miiia iiola, ju t. arrived from I'ittsbiirg, 
eay> ih" w aili.r is honiiilv; the-e. It rain- 
el 'n va-Jinfiy fi^r three diiys, and it wa3 ab"« 
8uiu'> iy impossinle lo m'^ve. 

(}r\\ n.eieek siys lie is pu-hing firward 
as r.ipi hy a- circjiu-t inees wi I admit, aJ 
vaiciatj hi.^ pickets daily, and moviiig his 
Rt'iv by sliiw, easy stag"?. 

^ly iufi-rniaM' says tne rebels are forti- 
fv?r.4 (.'orina vi)i ■roii>ly. B.-auresiard h.i^ 
lately drawn lame reii.furceinents trom New 
Oil ai.-, .M niplrs nnd the cunntry adj i- 
Cent. and when a baitla occurs he will be 
cble t- brii ;; into action fully l.oO 000 ni« n 
h wa-s u nep 'cw, n.'t u sni, cf Piern- 
Soide wh> 'a» wounded at Piltshurir. lie 
EiiV-; th' r'rthioniinij biTtI" will b' th^ 
11 oiiest afl'iir of the c 'nlest, and decisive 
of thefaleof ilio Mi^'-'i^sipDi Valley. It 
victoriju^ tiie Cm'e leralcs will iaiinedi* 
dia'elv m'lveon Xashville. 

T.it^re is a decide 1 imiirovemcnt in th." 
efRjimcy an ! appMr.unjo I'f tlie army <inee 
Gei. ilal <k ass.iined command. 

.\I j >r fJlkuap. of ihe I'ith Iowa, has 
rec' ivcd a Cobn-lcy of a Wi coisin r ;:- 
iiti -lit 'vbiso coinmatider wa.^ ki i-jd at 
Pitl«bur«^. 

S 'u'e say-" the night b'^oro the V>att'e the 
relvl forces wi-re suHiiently near our camp 
t» nn f'T-i'anl ordinary c^niver-sa'ion. and 
rem iio..^d undistiirbt-.l un il (j n.-ral Briig:.r 
arrivt;.! w'vh hi- troops, and the attack \va- 
thc'i c-'inineneed 

I am ineli.ii d to fhi ik that tie wounded 
bav.' I) ^ II id-TPa't initcd Twenty-^?; ven 
Ira sofirt-i !o>dd with wounded have left 
pit'sbnrcj nnd Savaiii ah. 

1 *ii8 itii< n'orm -d when 1 ftaUd that the 
bidyof (i ivriior Harvey hid b'^en recov- 
ered. Tue infTinalon was d rived Irom a 
sourci'l siiop'i.'el to be reliable. 

K. H. B-dheud and Dr. Wolcott. of 
Milwaukte, fir th*^ State of Wisconsin, 
iiav.' Hti-iv.'d, and lave oU'red $1,000 re 
ward for hi-" ncoviiy. 



W.NSHmcTON, April 2?. 
Sk.vate. — Mr. Trumbull pivsit'd a re?«, 
(1 r.iuu trom W. C. Jevvett, ier adeftn-^ive 
staud still policy at Yi>ikto*a to ?'Oure a 
reserve force of 2.^0 OOO-iuoik 

.Mr. Trumbuil, Irvia the judiciary com- 
ndliee, reported a resolution iu relation to 
t'.x-pav of the tirsl Senators and llepreaen- 
tativis I'iom the State ot Maine, which v.a"? 
pussul. 

Mr. Davis introduced a bill prescribing 
an ad.hiiiiial oath lor {^mnd and pi'til junrs 
in th.e Uniteil .States Courts. 

The bill recoirnizing the independence of 
llayti and Liberia, and ll;e appoiiitmeiit of 
a iliplon.atic repres'iitation, was taken up. 
Mr. Snmner said thus (ar our Uovern- 
lueut, usually friendly to new Governments, 
had tunicil aside Irom this nation. lie 
ilioaght that it was time to put an end to 
th's anomaly in hi-story. 

Mr. Stunner continued his ppeech in fa- 
vor of the recognition ol Hayti and labe 
ria, and concluded by saying that by re- 
cognizing tiiese two naiiocB, we only taidi 
ly followed the example of the principal 
nali m? ol the world. 'Ih'-- bill was then 
p- stporii d until to moirow, iia.i th..' confis- 
cati'U b;ll wjis then taken up. 

Mr. Davis re,-utued his remarks in -oppo- 
sition to the bill. lie said that lie had 
ulivudy lii-iaiii' d the Senat.3 at some lengih 
on lise qn. >-tion, but he caisid-red tliat in 
t!ie importance of its elf ct the biil i.ad no 
paraki. He couttuiied that Congre.-8 had 
no ri^'ut to pass such a bill under the war 
power. 

Sii'.^rinan offered an amendment ?pecify- 
ioir perauns to whom contiscation should 
apply, tneiudin^: tiuise who may hereafter 
ho'.! "Iti'je und.-r the rebils. 

IIoL'sE — I"he Hou=e resumed the con- 
sid.'ration of the eontiseation bill, which 
was pending when the aiijouriuuent look 
pl.ice ycsbrdiy, and upon which the main 
qu'.stion had been ordered 

Ti:e bill wa3 tabled by a voti of 54 
airainst 48. 

Tne next bill tak^n up was to facilitate 
the suppression of tl;e rebellion and pre 
vjnt the recurrence of the satne. It au- 
thotizs the President to direct our gener- 
als to declare the slaves of th? rebel- fr^ e 
and i.''cd,Lre the laith of ih*' United States 
to miUe hill ap;l lair comp. n.-aii.ii! to loyal 
men. who haVe acti<-ely supported th» Un- 
im, foiany losfes they may snMain by vir- 
tue of tli* bill. 

Mr. Olin uod 'r?tood that th'^ committee 
on judi<:i.iry had agreed suotautially tliat 
none of the coafi cation bil's ref-.-rred to 
tbein ought to pass. 

Mr. Tiiomas, of Mas:;., remarked that tiie 
cominltiee recommonded that none of ihe 
corfiscitioo bills pas^. 

.\!r. Oin said that the disposition of the 
[loii e £ind the country was that there 
should be some letji-slatim on the subjec'. 
As the judiciary committee could no* agree 
iu tin; mutter, he prop ised that a eel.'et 
cninmittee of seven be appointud to take 



F..M\NCIPATIOS WILL LKAD TO THK .MUJRA- 

TION SeDTIl OK THK l«L.».ri;s OK TlTIi; j 

NORXn. ' 

The Chicago Tribune of the 22d has the 
proceedings of a i.uv ting of colored people 
iu that city on the 2lsl. We CO!ideU:je the 
following Irom it^ report ; 

Last nijrht a numerously ntteiided ma s 
meeting of our col .ivd citizvi's was held at 
ih(^ .Viriean .M. Iv Churcli, conur of Jack- 
son street and Fourth Avenue, to sive ex- 
pression to their feeiinus and take some 
public action in relation to the recent act 
of Congress abilishing slivery in Iho Dis- 
trict ot Columbia. Interesting spe- chea 
were matle by .1. Stanley, Rev Mr Dove, 
Me-srs. Freeman, Williau.s, Bungay of 
i>ale--l)nrg, and t t'^ers. The preamoie and 
resolutions, whieh we giv.^ below, wire 
adopted by a unanimous vote : 

H'/iei-eu,^, An impres-siou prevail.s lhrou<;h. 
out the Northcra 1 lyiil Slates itiai iu tlie event 
of emancipation tlie iiillux of ilie iVt-til .--lavi'S 
to llie \uiili would bo (^rcat, aud as this mi- 
pression is not coiitined to ttiose who are op- 
I)i>8im1 to emaucipaliou or contiseaiion ; and 

ly/tereii'', Tins fear is calcalaiel to relard 
the consuinmatiun of such measures ns would 
oilnTwise be adopted for briiij^nig the pifseiit 
war to a speedy cl.ise, besides the ea<tctlnLr of 
laws by Lefi;islature.s and even State bonsiiiu^ 
lional (./onvuiitioiis, debarini; emigratiou to 
Northern States of persons of Ai'ricaa blood ; 
therefore, 

Jiisoloed, That we consider it a duty which 
we owe to ourselves and our race, to repel the 
chHr;;es made againsi us; also against a gov- 
ernment which is gradually wiping from her 
escutcheons the foul stain ot' slaveiy. 

Rriolved, Tiiat as colored Ameiicans, who 
have been enslaved for over eighty years, and 



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(SUC<nCt(()OK TO BBAUMONT * UOKflUM,) 

aROCEK 



186S. 



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186S ^^^ GROCERY HOUSE IN ST. PAUL. 



AlfD 



CORNER THIRD & JACKSON STS. 
apr'J:d&»2w ST. PAHI... 



THE NOUTHEM LINE liib^ smxNG trade 



^T.iTfi Ol' .W/.V.VASOrj COVJVTW 



eiK RAM-^KY— SS 

I\ lUSTRlCT COLRT, SECOND DISTRICT. 

.K'\?.ra ?nchs, 
«W n-t 
Ootiirie.t Heinibach 



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FOR SALE. 

A FINE NEW BUGGY, 

ONE HOUSE WAGON 

AND TWO HORSES, 
mark's IVICtH.S ...fe UKA!V. 

W 1 1 . i.. NO i' B K tu A K . 

The Mica Chimneys 

Will not break. Sole agents for St. Paul, 

E. & H. Y. BELL. 

St. Pant. Feb Mth. 1862. febi6 



KOU 

KKOKUK DAVENPORT, DUBUQUE, 
ST. PAUL AND STJLLWATEli. 

On the opening of navigation, 

'1HI£ NOKTHERN LINC: PACKBTS 

Will resume their iei;alar tiipM to St. Paul and inter- 
mediate portji, 

LEAVING ST. LOUIS 

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday eves 
nings, at A o'clock. 

Iu cnnsequeoce of the (!f*:ier»l depression o! bufi- 
iies<. the Northern Line Picket Compiiuy will only 
run three boats per week t(. St. Paul. 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO., 



Branch of Cooler * Tower, ftorrafrly I.ivermcne A 
Cooley) ist. I/Ouis. eFUblishel 1843. 



AVH0LE8ALE GROCERS 



PUBLIC NOTICJE 

TO tSTiiJjnUOJTMEJS', UOTHl. ^JVlt 



Ti-e .Slate of .Minnesota to Gottfried Heirabach d.j. 
suffered much from the unceasing scourge of | f.'ulant !.bi>ve iiamedj 
our pohlical enemies, we are now and ever 



have been loyal to a govermn'jiit oppressing 
us, and that we heartily approve the recent 
act of Cougri-ss m einauciputmg the slaves in 
the District of Columtiia. 

Jiaoived, That in the opinion of this meet^ 
ing (and we speak advisedly for the masses of 
our people) tliat the abolition of slavery in 
the Southecu Stales will result in the genera! 
migration of tiie colored people of the North 
to the .South, 

The nieetinjj, in all it.s details, was at 
once harmonious and enthusiastic — evincmo; 
cl'. ally the spirit with which colored people 
hail the fir>t important step towards the 
emancipation of their oppre^;^ed race. 

Alter the aduptioa of the preamble and 
reiolutiim-', the meeting adjourned sine die. 



Just received, a now supply of " so cmnsKV " 
BURNERS, suitable tor barmng 

CARBON OIL IN LANTERNS. 

They are a great saving ot expense, and give twice 
the amount of light that the old oil lamps give. 
E. & H. Y. HELL, 

St Pant, M»rcti ft. Neat Wln-Ios? Fonse. 



Rk.tl'rned. — Win. G. Le Due, who has 
hen appiiiiited Qiartcrmasler in General 
Da:;a'3 brigade, with the rank of Captain, 
arrived at home on Saturday last. lie has 
hid sliirht iiidispositiou while iu Virginia, 
but will in the ctmrse of ten or twelve uay.s 
ret.ini to the active discharge of his dutie.5. 
We bcii-'ve in confTriai^ rlie appointment 
oa Mr. Le Due the oHijials have made a 
wis'? sel' cti.fu. — Htistr.i;^< lii''ei>jndcnt. 



Trade with tuk VVi.VMiBAUuK:s. — We 
learti by piivuie advices Irom Wushington, 
ti.it Ihelat' d. cision of Commisi*i(mer Dole, 
ailowing halt breeds iu trade on Indian 
lle-ecvalions without license, has bten re- 
versed by V..V Secretary of the Interior. 

We ah-o learn thai the onier ailfiwino; 
Asa White and He:/,y Foster to trade with 
1 ie WinLeb.igoes uiiiil thir.y d.;ys afior the 
!)e.\t payment, has been revuki d. — Manka- 
lo Indepetident. 



Vi/U are h.-rehy ««mm''.ned an.l required to auswur 
•11.- complaint I f the plaintilT which is on file iu the 
• Hic.^ of the Clerk of sai I Court, atSt. PAul,in sa^l 
ci.uniy of Hiuusey. aul to serve a copy ot jour an- 
swiT to s:ii.l complaint within twenty days altertlie 
sir'i.!e here f upon you, exclusive ol thedny ofsuoh 
- rvice, »pon the subscribers at their offce in St. 
I' lul, an.l if \o.i fail lo answer snid complaint within 
the lime afor said the pl.iiutiiT will tak.- judgment 
niiiu-t yii.i for 'hp sum of one hundred aud fifcy dol- 
iM-s, With interet as f..llowK: On $lUO trom Ap-il 
•J0th,18»7,up to October 1fit,185S,at ibe rate of two and 
.^ue ha'a' percent, per m.mth .n s.iid one hund.ed 
u.iliars, fr.mi Oct.ber 1st, 1858, at .seven per cent per 
■ nnum ; on $50 at the rate of two and one half per 
c-nt. ppr month from the Isf dnv of January, 1&,'>7, 
up to lanuarv 1st, 1858, and on said S60 from Si.id 
January 1-t, 1858; at the r^te of seven p.-r cent, per 
annum, besi.le^ c 'sts and .U...hursenients ot suit. 

J. ft C. 0. GILi"lhI,AN, Plff 's Att'yg. 
March 18th, 1862 niar22a6w 

*^ trict Court, Secoud Ju'iicial District, Kawey 
oonnty. 

Ira Bid well, a<rainst Flizabeth C Randsll, John Run- 
dsll, E isha D. Randill. Hernia-. RirB;man. Mary E. 
Bir^inau, Andrew Levering and Wm. H Morton. 
S'lmiuo-.s !rr Kellef. 

Ihe State of Minn'<sota to the above named defend- 
ants. 

You and each of yru are hereby summrntd and re- 
qnire.l to aoswcr th.* o..^mi.l".iiit in this actu.n ot 
whidi a CO) y ishtreA'ith served upon you, and a copy 
of wh ch is filed in the otii.-!fi ot the Clerk of sai.^ 
C.jur*, ami ro serve a co[>v of your an-wef to the said 
complaint on the subs;-riber, at !.is office in St. Paul, 
K;im<ey county an.l State of Minue^ota, within twen- 
ty diys alter t.e service hereof, exclusive of the day 
of such -e V ce ; and if you fsil to answer the t-aid 
cotiiplaint wit!:in 'he time af.iresaid, tiie plaiiititV m 
this ac'i 'O w-'li a| plv to the Court for the relief de- 
m^.nded in ihe eompbint. 
Dated February 7, 1862 
niarSO f'.'x- NKWFT,!,, Plnlntllf's Att'r. 



J^ OTIC 



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THE NORTHERN LINE PACKET COMP'Y 

Will also mn to Duboque a line 6f packetc, 

Mitavinff Af. I.otiit etery Monilaff, Wrd- 
nritday and M-riday at 4 o^eloek, P.Jtl, 

Thus making a daily line ae far as Dubuque. 

The P.ickets will leave from the Northern Line Wharl 
Boat, at the loot of Washington Avenue. 

THOMAS B. RHODES, 

President. 

Borup & Champlin, 

apr4 7m Agents, St. Paul. 



Notice is hereby given that the p-irtuer-ihip hereto- 
fore existing between the sutisirib.'rs uri.iev the style 
of Sanborn it Lund is this day dissolve 1 by mutual 
consent. 

Dated St. Paul, Mareh 27, 1862 

JOHN- B. .SAN30HN, 
OHAKLF>; C. LUND. 

The business of the late hrm of S inborn & Lund 
will b.. adjusted and close! out by the subscriber at 
th'. (ffice i.f Horn A: Galusha, and all persons iuJebt- 
fcil to :.aid 111 m are requested to call and make imme- 
diate pavmeiit 

St. Paul, March 27, 1862. 

tT.ar29;6w CHAS. C. LUi^TD. 



WJA TBH W. WMSHB. 



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WHOLCSALI DEALER 19 

Foreign Wines & Liquors, 

OLD BOURBON ArO RYE WHISKEY. 

AND MONTREAL MALI WUISKET. 

I find that the impnssion prevails that pure 
Foreign Wines and Bran ly cannot be obtained in j 
St. Paul. I wish to XSSI re i tie citizens and oth- j 
ers that hey can safel> rely upon gettinir peie, i 
unadulterated Wines, Brandies aud Gin Irom me, | 
equal to any imported. 

Also, London Porter, Scotch Ale, Scotch Whitikey. 



COrainiSKION imi.BCHANTS, 

1IP0R1EI;:J OF fOR£lC!K FfcLllS, .\DI8, Wl.MS, 

LIQUORS, CIGARS, 8lC. 
JACKSON ST. (bet. Levee & Third) ST. PAOL 



TERM S CASH. 



COOLEY, TOWCR 4c CO. 

Invite the attention of COUNTP.Y MERCHANTS, and 
all desiricg GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICE;" to th«{r 

LARGE & WELL ASSORTED STOCK 

To which liberal additions will be made upon tlie 
opening of navigation. 

Our connections with St. Louia and the Eait will 
enable us lo 

DUPLICATE ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO OB 
MILWAUKEE PKICFS, 

Without, in many cases, adiling to cover difieruioe m 
cost of transport ation. 



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FRO'I VirXSBUKG t,.*XDINC}. 

CAPTURE OF A REBEL STEAMER.-GEX. 
POPE REINFORCES GE.V. HALLECK. 

PiTTsBCRO Landing. April 23. — Thcfrnn- 
boat Tvtcr, wh.le r. c mnoiterinir upi.n t'le 
TeriD'-scv? riviT, captured the ribel steamt r 
J Kiihb, H' ar the mouth of Crane Creek. 
Ti'is i> .'lie of the hoi»y that eludid our fir-t 
e.vpediti.'n up the rivt r, a ter the tail ol 
Ir'ujt lli^ury. IJer name is changed to 
Lady T\ler 

T'le weather is more pi. asant. 

CnTOAGO, Apr 1 23 — The 'lime'i' Fort 
Wri^iit correspondent say?^. Pope's division 
ha.; ben ordered to ri in'orce Ilal'eck. 
The wh.'le force left the fort lor up liver on 
th- 18 h. 

HONORABt.-. ACTION' OK MARYLAND I.Ef3I8- 
LATCllE. 

!:o-TON. April 23. — A resolution adopted 
by 'lie Lei:i-1 ittire (d Maryland, and s'gned 
bv tj'iv. I'r.nik):d, appr. priatin<r 67 Ot)(l .'or 
tiie rilief -.f the families ol tiie killed, and f.>r 
the d sibitd of Ihn .\!a■;^achust•ttsSis1h regi- 
ment, iiv the in.ib in Bahiinore. was read 
th.s P. Mv in iIk- Hou.se and caused marked 
Seu.-'utiou and apphus-e. 

FROII CALIFORNIA. 

t^AS pRANci-co. April 19. — Arrived : 
Bark Jo; n Howe, Boniemx. 

Nee,-" frmn British C.ilumbia is to the 
16th. Spring has opened. 

RJin'-ra in .?r.'W(l3 were leaving Victoria 
for the eold fields 

Cu". t'lrlttm. with about 3 000 California 
VoluntKT^ and u liatt ry, 1. ft tie' .-onth- 
ea"=t' rii burd. r of this .Siate on a s 'cret e.\- 
pedi'i m. S-iroe say for Arizona and New 
Mtiico; others fdr Salt Lake. 



ihe subject inti considerati.m, such a cum- 
miifoe beiiiiiT untratnmeled. the Ilou'^e 
miiiht anticipate a proper measure of legis- 
latiMii. 

Mr. Dunn was ^lad to hear Mr. 0'in\s 
'iisr-ie^'i' n. Tiie tuihj. ct of conB'Catiiig 
r bel pn perty was one of the most difficult 
f[ius!hi!is bi'lore Con^n ss. and in the de..-is 
i u (I which was involved tiie restoration 
i)f th.- G->vernm;-nt to its f.>rmfr state oi 
p i.-peiity. He C'm;.;ratu!ated the House 
and eountry, that this m >rnin2r there had 
b en laid upon the teble a bill wliieh if it 
hid b'Pti pr.'ised, would b.ive disi^raced the 
civiiiz ition of ihe iige. (Kxclamalions on 
th- Democratic side of ;.:0(id! that"? so 1) 
It was a bill which at one f-ll 8vvof)p would 
havi; impivtri.'hed the pL'ople from ol 1 age 
down t.) c'lildhoed 

Mr. Colfax advocated the appointment 
ol a Hcl' ct committee. 

r>!r. Ihinn was »)ppO;''d to a sweopinir 
'onfi-eation bill. He wanted a distinction 
midi' affaiiwt the leaders. 

'Sir. Bmgham maintain 'd the propriety 
of a bill to punish all willful rebel? by do- 
privinir them of ihiir property. 

Ml-. Lehman was oppo-i d t-i confi^'Mtion 
lulls. He I'leked on the mireh uf our 
armii-s n" the profier mode of sappres«ing 
Il e rebellinn and re establishing the Cou- 
slituii ii'. 

Hickman claimed that the Constitution 
«rav the Prej-ident ample powers without 
Congressional aetioa. 

Ciittendeii was again.st all confiscation 
mea>i:ns whieh would tend to exasperate 
the war and postpone the time of putting 
down the n be lion. 

Alter a fiiriher debate without action, the 
Hoiise udj jurncd. 



liUUOFKAiN NKWS. 

Nkw Yokk. April 2.3.— The f./llowing is 
uddiiien il bv the steane r Peisia : 

The s hoiMur W. C. Alexandr, (f Sa- 
vannah, at Pah rmo, was t^oi.rfled by an 
armed boit's crew from the U. S. corvette 
loi, and m sterjaf.d erew were ti! 6 i prison^ 
crs on buanl lilt lun but suhsecpieutly re- 
If.a^ed under pre-entaiions fiotn the port. 

The ijubjt cl of furtiOcati'ins and recent 
important exp(riment« with 3('0-pounder 
Arinsirong cutis had been lurther debated 
iu Parliament. 

;Ministersin the House of Lot ds deprc- 
cntid I a?ty liC ion, and argued that expe- 
rinunts showed that they tmght not bu?tily 
dcjiarl fiom the syt-ti m id lorlification.s 
eup).!. me tid by floutir g batteries. 

It wi:8 nndefid that Arm.stmnij would 
Boon 1 rotJi c. ()l)0 p'luaders to do the same 
damage, at 2 200 yard', which big 300 
pouudtrj have done ut 2lO yards. 



INDIAN TR0X:BI.ES 0.\ THE OVEB- 
I^ANO iTIAIL. UOUTE. 

Halt Lake, Apiil 22 — The Indi.tns have 
sto'en c-t'>ck Irom nearly evi-ry station be 
i.ween Fortd Laramie and Driger killed 
sevt-ral men and burned one station and 
threatened entire destruction to our mail 
c iinpanj's property. The company in con- 
scfpienee are cenceiitrating their employees 
and property to a very few stations for pro- 
teetion, and hav.' abandoned all attempts 
to carry the mails at present. 

ST. ANTHO.'^Y ITE^S. 

Pfom. the Aet'S. 

Cajit D. C, Smi.h leaves for Yorktown 
Of. .M.)i)day. He will take tmidl packages 
fur lij.j Fir,.-t Regimcnf. 

(apt. 'lanper resigns his position a'^ toll 
ke. per, and retires to his larm, near Mc- 
Gregi.r'.s Landing, Iowa. He is to be 
succeeded by a German. 

LTp River Boat.s.— 'i'he Enterprise has 
made one trip to St, Cloud and back. The 
other two boats for this trade are not yet 
ready, hut will be soon. 

ARKiVAf.o. — We have had two steamboat 
anivals tiiis week from below, the Key 
City and Favorite. They brought up a 
large amount of freight for St Anthony and 
Minneapolis. 

Now that the days r.re becoming longer, 
catiii "f St. Paul mails be arranged so as '.o 
reach Mlnneap 'lis at an ear'ier hour in the 
morninff? Busin'^ss men are anxious that 
it .should be done, if possible. 

The German who was assaulted near 
Big Luke. Sherburne county, ia still Iiv- 
ing and is likely to recover with the loss of 
one 1 ve. His assailant is in prison in 
Wright county, to await bis trial. 

TnK Bridgb Tolls. — The dir.Ttors have 
had another meeting and determined to 
abide by the maniiest intent of the law. 
This is as it should be. 



ClltUCH JDlilUcilU'iY. 

e.-liiw we give a .iirect.-iry to the variou>:Cliurcbes 
ii hecity, !or the use of stranger*, ami others who 
■av wish t'l attend seivice al any of them today : 

usrrtD ritKSJY'it-HAN, 

In In^jers'ill's Hall, corner of Thirl and WabashiW 
<tree;s, lOS *■ J*, and o P. M. Kev Joseph .McCiirt 
aey. Pastor. 

BAPTIST. 

BAPTi.srOiiCKCii IS WBSi M. Paii.— RtRular servi 
CIS on uii.lay — jjri.a.iiiuig iit 1 J^, S'lari ■ •• .-.^ ofd at 
12 J^ A. M., prayttrand cojfurecce meetiu[j ot l^i p. M 
Kev. K. M ri.'Pe«M, P»sl-jr. 

!>Ani9T CucRCH — Corner K.ighth an 1 J.hek.r s's. 
s.'rvioes at lOJ^ a. m., an.. 7}» P. M , s.^hbtiihs. Weil- 
98 i:iv eveniujf, lecture -vt 7^. Rev. John P. Pope, 
Pastor. 

PRl'SilYTERIAN. 

i.'iRST PupsitvTBRiANCnrR. H — 'hi the curner i.fTljird 
ind St. Peter .-tree's. Services at 10 ^ a. M ..ud '}■', 

K SitUbtth i>ch .ul at 2 o'clock, P. M Kov. John 
Matlo.ks, t'as:»r. 

Cs^TRAI. I'RKsnvTiiRiAX Cnc'.c: — On Ninth ntreet, 
jear th-. Capitol Sorv ces at lO^i A. M. a.tid 3 P.M. 
-t-v J G. 'Ml."! .iiil.T.P;is'or. 

Hor^K OK Hi'Pi.: — Ch.p"l ou Walnut street, (two 
street- west of the Winslo* Hou-.e.) Services at JO^t 
t n. and 7 >i P. M. Sunday Sch-ol at 9 a. M. ; Wcdnes- 
Uv evenic -, Ic.'tare at 7 ?^i . Rev. Mr. N iMe, Pastor. 

METHODIjiT. 

Markkt Strbist CHfRfiH — On Market street, near 
t:ie Post OSice Services at 10 a. m and 7 r M. 
sabbatii School at 2 P. M Prayer Meeting on 
Ve.'nesday evening at 7 P. M. Rev. J. O. I'ich, 
^-.istor 

Iack.sos Street CHfRen — Corner of Ninth andjask- 
'i^nstn-.'ts. S^Tvioes at lO^i A. M. HU.l 7,1., .VI P. Si.b- 
>.tth ;Scbool at 2^ v. m. i'rayer Meeting on VVednes- 
hy evening, at 1 ^i P. M. Rev Dr. B. K. Crary, Pas- 
tor. 

(}KR>iA>f Mkth iDisT OauROH — Corner of ?lxth and 
-'.Isabel streets Services at 10>J A. M. and 7>i v. m 
S-v. P.Fonk, Pastor. 

IjKRMas Methodist Skrviob — Corner of Pleasant 
in.l I'ine streets, neivr Jefierson S^chi.ol House, every 
>»hi^ath, at •2>J p. m. Rev. Charles H'lllman. !'a.:tor 

■^A>Di.NAVlA.>i MsrHODlsT Chi'kcu — C'li-iier ol Tenth 
in I leinperauce street'. iS-rviees-at 10)^ A. M. an.'. 
T 'i P. M Rev. C. J. Fursbere, IVstor. 

(rB:iaAV Kv.asukuoai, A.ssociATi.>iJ — t-'oruer ol Pine 
lilt Kleventh p:roets, iiitt on'r, Addition r^.-^rvices 
»f IhJ.J A .M. ?.'. !7p. ». .-Vn.l Tar.iutzer.P.-.'tor. 
CATHOLIC. 

iTathfdrai. op St. Paul — ^(Jorner of St. Peter and 
Tenth streets Pervices al 7 A. M; at 3 A. M for the 
!.Vpofh Congregation, and at lui^ A. M fur the En^- 
lihspeakinij Conjjre^^ation. Ve^ipers at 3>i P M. Right 
Rev. T. L. Grace, Rev. A. RaVi.u..t,Rev. A. Oster, Rev. 
■-; Caillet. 

A,s8eMPTiox CHfRoa — [German] —Ninth street, be 
ve.i Vine 'lad .St. i'elor. Services at 7 a. m., 10)^ 
V .,and3p m. Rev. D. Marogna, Past if. 

EPISCOPAL. 

.St. Pact-'s CartCH — Comer of Ninth and Olive 
itreets Services a 10)^ a. m. and 7>i P. M. Rev. A. 
H Patterson, Recti . 

Christ Chcrtb- ou Cedar street, near Third. Ser- 
v!.;es ,it 101.^ A. .1. and ' }4 P. M. Rev. Dr. J. V. Van 
Ingen, Rector. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Pltmoitb CHCRcn — On Goodrich street, near the Ful- 
ler Housd Servi<;es at 10>i A M. Sabbath School, at 
2 P. M Evening services 7>i P. M. Rev. A. S. FLske 
I'astor. 

LUTHKRAN. 

rRixm- Church — Cornet of Waba«haw and Tenth 
streets Services at 10 J< A. M. Kev. C. S. Hver, Pas 

t.r 



-mMOTICK »#-• 



f^ TYofBini-.ey — District Court, 2nd D'strict. 
D'vid Cooper v.s. J.ihn C. Breckinridge. 

Summons for money demand on f'ontract for Pay- 
ment of Miiiiey C irapUint not served. 

lo Jt.hu C. Bi-ecsiniidge, Defen.lant. 

In the name ol ihe Slate of Minnesota : You ftre 
herr.by Runimoned and required to an.*wer the coiu- 
pla'nt in this acti m, which said Cf>mplaint is li ed 
iu the oRu-.e ot the Clerk of this tlourl, for the county 
aforesai.l, at ^'ain*. Paul, in the county if Ramsey 
aforevrd, and to i-e'-ve a copy of your aoFwer 
thereto, on the subscribers at their office in the city 
ot 8ai:it Paul, county af.ires lid, within twenty <lay< 
after the.serviceof this summons ijpon3'ou, ex'!lu«ive 
o; the .1-7 of si;cli service; and it >ou fail to an 
swer th(. K.ild complaint within the time aforesaid, 
the pla.ii'ill in this a'tion w 11 take iudgmeui 
Airainst j-ou for ihe sum of five ihousacd f.iur hun- 
dred an. 1 kevenieen and 60-100 dollars, wiih ioterest 
at ihe rate of heveti ] er cent, per anrium from the 
1st day of Jnnnary. A. P. ore thonsan 1 eiiht hundred 
.an I tii'y nine, together with the costs cf this acll)n. 

Dated at ai. Paul, April lUh. A D 1S32 
^MTa « GtlMAV, 

a',v"r-Cw Plaintiff'.; AUnrnevs. 

n o /! TOJitiK sji I. a 

Where.ts def*ult hiS o^en maiV in the condi- 
tion.. <.f a certtii.-. mortgage made an 1 dei.ieredby 
Lyi.jan Day on and Maria B. Dayton, hi< wi'e ol St. 
i'aul. Rimsev oiiii y, Minnesota, lo WilliiT>i Coombs 
rii..mi.>.in. of VV(irc-st r, 'Vorcester county, '.:?>sa- 
c'lusel's.d'ied ih seventeenth day of December, A . 
P. lRf:0, and recorded in the office of Re^is'er of P.»ei|s 
'.f lh«! 'OUHly of Ramsey and Sta'e of Minnesota, i.n 
tne twentieth ilay ot I'.cember, A. 1'. 1S60, in Hook 
R, of Mnrtg-*iTe-., "n psjes ".^tU, 235 an.l 2.'Ji5, snd con- 
ve' in? inmif'g'.ge. th".' sonlheH.t iiuirier ()^) if 
sr-ctiou tliirtv f .i.r (34) intowuship tK.-otv nine (2 ) 
n.-th ' f ritna" twenly two {VI j we I, aU in the county 
if Rtm-'ey and alatw . f Minnesota, which mor'i^ ee 
v.-HS k'Lea to seeur- the payment of a certain nol« fjr 
fmr hundred ami »l"V.n dollars (SUl) and interest, 
. f pvea date therewith, and th Te is now clairined to 
be due an 1 is due thereon, f nr hundred Jind sevinty 
An and 7ti 1(10 .l.illsts {$47t} 76). ami no su t oi |.ro- 
ceding.it law h^s been lnsti;iited 'o recover tbeJebt 
«. C'lre.l bv .-aid mort/ape, nor any part thereif, an.l 
uo part < f s-'i.l debt has been paid : 

Now thertf.).'e,nMice is herebv given that by virtue 
I'f the piwer i f sale contained in said m. r gsge, and 
pursuant to t'.ie statut« in such ca e ma<ie and provi. 
(led, the a'-.ove described mortgaged prpmi.<es will be 
soM at pu'dic .^"otion ty he Sherifl . f s<ld Ka'isey 
c 'unty, I.n the 6 h flay <f June, A D 18(i2, »t t.-n 
of the .^lock in the f irenoon at the f ont door t f the 
Court House in -t. Paul in sa'.l county, to satiffy 
sa d mnr'i^ase di-b" an ' lenai dib'ai semen is. 

St. Paul, Minu.,Apiill7th, lS(',i 

W\f. CO tMBS iH ■M'^SON, M rtgag'e. 

Wm CiiAa. TdO.MPSoN, Attorney fjr mortgagee. 

api 9. On- 
Field, G-arden & Flower 

SEEDS. 

IN BULK AND PAPKKS. 

A large assortment at VERY LOW prices for cash. 



An educated gentleman from Boston, Kass., de- 
sires work. He will b.} glad of a clerkship in a St'jre 
or Hotel; or will accept any position where the brain 
is not overtasked and the body may have healthy ex- 
ercise. Undoubted references. Address, for on- 
month, CLARENCE BUTLER, Daily Pre.ss Office, St. 
Paul. »pr2 

C^. I?. i>K^BOJ3^ 

Wholesale Dealer in Imported suid Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Thir.i &*reet, Between J.\e'.{son and Rol>er\ Streets 
t. Paul, MiniieiK)ta. 

o 

Constantly on hand a full eopply of 

DOUBLE RECTI FIE IX 

AVD 

OLD RYE & BOURBON WHISKEYS 

mayS.ei 

"^'dUNDAS MILLS' 

CELEBItATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 

For Sale in bbl.s. or sacks by 

E. .t H. Y. Be'l, near the Winslow House ; S. K. Put 
nam, corner 3d and Market Sts. ; Beaumont & Gor- 
don, corner 3d and Jackson Sts. ; J. B. Slichter, cor- 
ner of 7th and -la-ikson Pt-t. 

Warranted the t)est XX Family Flour offered in this 
market. Orders from Hotels, Bakers and others shall 
have prompt attention and immediate delivery. 

marl5^ J S. AFCHlLtALD. 

For Ten Days Longer ! 



KING & CO., 

DBAIKRS » 

FRESH MEATS, I'OCLTRY & GAME 

of all kinds anc: in any quantity. 

Persona wishing CHOICE LOTS of the best kind, 
and at the lowest price, can always find everything 
in the Fresh Meat line at 

KINO & GO. 'S 

Well known sto'e on Wiibashaw street, near Fifth. 
Those who like good living should give as a call, as 
w.i .-ilw.ivs keeD a c1io>ce ot on 1 nd. fHh9 'ily 



J. B. SJ.1CHTER, 

Having effected an arraDgemect with Messrs. COOLEY , 
TOWER & CO. would be happy to see and serve bU 
friends in his new position. 
Saint I'sni. M..Tr.h 6 is<".2 nnv^ly 

,1^ «'T.*.— 50 UaitltliL.s IJ\ CHJItMJVtl 

• » Hard and Soit Shell Almonds, Filberta, Pecans 



^c., /tl* 



riMil.. Y. TOWFK K CO 




The balance of the stock is selling 

WITHOUT RESERVE 

At Auction Prices. 
The greatest bargains are being given. 
JCT"3tore and Dwelling House f >r rent low. 

JG. SCOTT, 

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OF. NEW YORK. 



CASH CAPITAL. 
NEXT SURPLUS. 



.$100,000 

. i2y,ooo 



DIVIDENDS ON CAPIT.^.L UMITF.D BY ITS CHAR 

Tiiil TO 7 PER CENT PEtl CENT PER ANNUM 

—THE ENTIRE I'ROFITS GO TO THE 

POLICE HOLDEP-S. 



Third street. 



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ISaOLVTlOJV of PJlHTJS'KBSUiP 



Notice is hereby given that tha partnership hereto- 
fore exi.sting between the subscribers known as the 
firm of VROMAN & CROCKETT, is this day dissolved 

by mutual consent. 

H. N. VROMAN, 
N. CROCKETT. 



Tl e business will be carried on at the old stand by 

N. CROCKETT. 
Minnoapnlis. Ma rch ?9>b. lSf>2. apr12:t mv2 

BYERS & POLLOCK 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 
In Copper, Shret-Iron, and Tin Ware, 

Opposite the Big Cloi-k, 



•JACKSON ST 

St. Poit. V.>r»'m>><'r 14. 



ISrtl. 



...ST. PAUL 



BTIIfiCM^I., 



Jb J2 U S . 



ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, 
SELPaO^S PATENT. 

The above unrivalle-' substitute (or lost limbs, com- 
bining latest improvements, can be had only ol 
WM. SELPHO, Patentee, 
marl9:1ni Mfi Br.-iai'wAv, New York. 

TO ^rentT 

From and after the first day of April, 1862, a large 
and commodious 

FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, 

favo.ably known as the Central Hous-\ 

Apply to JOHV S. PRINCE 

mnrl."? r 



We are also receiving our spring stock of 

DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS 

AN1> OLASSWARK. 

To which we call the attention of consumers. We 
guarantee to job goods as low as any other house in 
the Siate doing a legitimate business. Orders solicited. 

VAWTER & ROSE, 

Opp. Falls, St. Anthony. | Bridge street, Minneapolis. 
i>pr26-2w 



JOIIlSr A. STEKS, 

MAsrFAnTTRrs and tvaler ix 

Furniture & Cabinet Ware 

Of every variety of style and pattern. 
Corner 3cl and Minnesota Sts. St. Paul. 

JIE^An kinds of lumber taken in trade. ^|r 
.TjanSdwlv. 



This Sociijty was orttaiiizod in Ihe year I860, witli .-. 
cash capilal of $100,000 depositet irrev(.c.-ib!y with 
the Insurance Department of the State of New York, 
in U.S. Ixio.ls, on wl.icl it allows but 7 per cent, per 
annum to the stockholders, and the entire profits oi 
th» business is shared by the policy holders. The 
nett profits in two years amounts to $129 000, which 
shows an unparalleled s iccess in the history of Life 
Insurance. Its operatic ns are managed by a Board 
of Directors c'.raposed .if the ablest business men ol 
the country and its business is conducted entirely on 
the ctsh plan. Diviletids to th.* pi. hey hollers will 
ba made every five years, and no Compiuy in the 
country offers equal advantages to its dealers. 

WH. C. ALtXANDKR, Prest. 
Hs-VKr B HynK V. Pre? | Gko. W. i'hiiup^, Actuary 

H. S. DURa:;d, Milwaukee, Gen. Agout, 
W. W. KING, State Agent for Mintesota. mil2j 

JOPIN A. STKEIS. 
UNDEE, TAKER, 

CORNER THIRD rf Mt \NESOiA SJS. 67. PAUL. 




g-iaUHO.y on..-. 50 ttUI.S. JtKMT 

^^ grades, including a tew batrels o' the celebrated 
' Lupiou Oil " h.r s lif- low t.. clo^ie nt 
COPLEY TOW ER & OO.'S. 

COItll.tOH—llOii CIHM.S M.1J\-ll,I.Ji 
an.l Ju:e K .j.e : l"- .1 Cor !s i('..om Tw.ne. isc.ftc, 
at (;« M»L.»':' « TOW^ER A : CO.'S 

'-.^.jUiiyra, piime lo ;.a ;K"v;^Mi:,ih-i 'io, very choice, 
r sal .' t.v 4U»i»I.i:V TOWKU ^ CO. 

c»/»/rijA— 30 B^siuts mvi'jiB A.y'O 

*^-pi(.e; al»o -Nutmeirs, Cl.jves, Cassia. Ginger, 
Cream Tartar Hihh.tt's ^.Tlxr-it'is kc.Kc rx 
COPL E Y TOU '^E R A C O.»S 

^llU-lliS aOO Ulti.S. P B CieiJSH- 

*^ ed, PowdMie.i. ac, lur w.le at l<iwe.-t miirke' ratos 

bv cooi.i:y tower & cu. 

Afrj/.<«-150 IHtXIiS .J.V// UALP 
' Luxes iaiuily . lor smIh a; ii >i- l■;•l.•^,hv 

COOLEY TOWER A: C O. 

«^ alii;:t PO -Hcks • t prime quality f n hand at 
nuriiei rates, at 

OOOI.KY TO WKit Ar OO.'S 

Wm. lUingworth, 

WATCH MANUFACTURER, 

AND 

TOWN CLOCK BUILDER. 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CI/)CK 
JJi€'USO.y ST., S.MtJS'T PJIVM.. 



Having hpd over thirty jears experience in the l>e«t 
W..lch Factorie.- in EngUal and Amer.cs, Le leeli 
himself competent to do anytbini; in his line a little 
Superior to my other establishment in the northwest. 

49*N. B. Per^otis wihh;i;g to perfect them.ielvef 
ill the bus'ness will be received under instruction on 
very moderate terms. Fine wr>rk done and Clock and 
Watch Wheels cot for the tiade at low rates, mrftf 

St. Paul Vinegar "Works, 

NO. 4 SIBLEY STREET. 







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J'^MSH—COIHfiaU I.JHtiK .tJS'll .tlti- 
dium, in drtims Hn<i boxes ; family Ma.-.kerel Nr.s 
1 and 2, in kills ; Sc.led He.-ring, all in pnme condi- 
tion ami at low h?ure.9. at 
r'*<jl2 COOLK*' TOWKW * «-!«.♦«. 



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THE MINNESOTA SEWING MACHINE 
DEPOT 

Ila- bpf n temoved to French's Brick Block, next door 

eai.t < ; iu-vnj.i.rt's Bonk Store, Thirl (.treet, St.Pnul. 

«pr22:l-v G W BARCflCK . Agent. 

W^ O B tt JR J>' T . 

THK FRAME WARE-HOUSE, 

On th-* corner of Sibley and Levee streets, except the 
one third t'nereof, now occupie.l by L. B. k C. Greig. 
Enquire of OLIVCB D^LRYMPLE, 

arl'l-lm Rpt-nbelivr B'...'l,-. I'tiir.l atr-.'f 

yg yULL WPP LIT *»P ttlBVtlS, 

•-■ Testaments, aud Sabbath 9.;hool Btxiks, at 
•etas MERRHJ.':' nrroRfi, Thirt Str««t 



TO TUB 

Salmon River Gold Mines, 

IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY, 

The sub.scriher proposes to start for the Salmon 
River Gol ■ Miuiis, between the fir>t and sixth of May, 
overlau'l, au'l will provide transportition and provis- 
i.m. to all pers ns who will join his company for $125 
for each person. A deposit of $.'5 ra.ist bn paid .)ii or 
liefore Ihe fifieenth of April, to secure a passage. 

Appljca'i.in to be made to the undera gned s.t his 
ofHce on Fouflh street, opposite the City Hall .Square, 
St. IVul. M nn 

Mi'LKS WAVT' P.— 10 pair first class MULES want- 
ed, for which cash wiU be paid on delivery. 

apiSlui* THi'MAS DALY 

Godey for May 

AT 

MERRILL'S. 



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My coll»ction of Birds and Animals, 
compri-ing O'arly all the Birlsof Minn^.. 
sota, from a Himiuing Bird to an F^igle, -ill l« ex- 
hibited at my Mnseum, corn«r of Washington and 
Foiirt'i str.-et", Mackubiu's Building. Admittance 
20 cents. Children 6 cents. 

N. B.— All kinds ol Bii-ds for sale an' stuffed liy 

H. •^CHkODKR 

TEETH ON VULCANITE. 



Sifatda* 



JfT OK MTBKJVfirMI, 



beauty, comfort and cleanlinei-i, 

unsurpassed. 

Call aud see sneoimena at the office of 

DR. 31M0NT0N, 
oatM Ij laiareoU'i Blook, bide* Sqamr*. 



FIRST CLASS LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 
On Summit Avenue, near St. Paul Fjiuale Seminary, 
in the best repair. Lot 80 by 176 feet. Enquire of 
Maltb-', Webb * Co . in Concert Hall. aprl8:m* 

REGULAR 

Minnesota River Packet. 

The steamer aEAIV'.^ETTE ROB. 
EIITS will run regularly during the 
season of navigation to New L'lm, and 
ail intermediate points. 
For freight or passage apply on bo»rd. 
aprl7:3m NEI.*».N ROBERT?, Master. 



Solo agent I ir M-talli ; Burial Cases ?nd Caxkete. 
jan&dJbwly 

\J^* JBJJS'nCS SMITHES 

Superior VT'riting Fluid 

Has been before the public for three years, and wher- 
ever U'ed, is pronouncixl EQUAL if not superior to 
any imported ink. 

The piiblisher of the Vew Yi.rk Independent, upon 
ordering a quantity, siivs — ' We find aft»r giving i' 
a fair trial th*t it is the UESTINK we have ever us«il." 

This Ink has been t loronghly tested and is now 

ased by Bankers and otiiers throughout the country. 
For sale by D. D. MERRILL, M Paul. 

j(tJ~Deal< rs will addp^s 

SMITH & BROWNWBLL, 

apr3 Msiiufacturers, Maf Pus. N. Y. 



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iprl7 

READY FURNISHED. 



Any person having, or who may shortly have, a 
house already lurnished to rent, will please apply to 
FAIRCHILD & PEASE, who will find them in apph- 
cant. aprlSlw 

M. N. KELLOGG. 

WBOLKlALa AND RETAIL 

Dealer in Fruits, Toys, 

CONFECTIONERY, 4cc. 

MAPLE SUGAR, 

at M. N. KELIiOGG'S. 

SWEET CIDER & CIDER VINEGAR 

•^■The finest article of Chewing Tobacc' and f»egars. 
at U. N. KELLOGG U 
h-bfi-dly 

TuaoB\jv, LVJvn ut gjh.vhbj, 

ATTORNEYS h. COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(Successors to Horn ft: Galusha and Sanborn ft Lund) 

Salii Pacl, Mi.weoTA, 

Practice in all the Courts of the State and in the 
Courts of the United SUtes, at Law, m Chancery and 
in Admiralty. ^, ..... 

Oollertious carefuUy and promptly attended to. 



mh2fl:lv 



m gquoBS MJvn ci»ja» 

We invite special attention to on r large and oom 
plete stock of HQ,UOaS AND CIUARS, all ol 
which we will sell under guaranty as to qoality, aod 
at prioee that are paid tot Inferior goods. 

ooour, Town * oo. 



MOV f'K 



w^ o.t B n M jy a 

MRS ELIZA FERGUSON 

Coi-nrr 4tli ii Wabasliaw Sts., 

Has accommodatious lor a few additional boardsr^ 
Term** Tnod^rfltA ixnTII.». 



J. F. BLODGET, 

AVniTOB OF .MJS'OMjt [COf/.^'Ti, 

Will piy taxes for non-residents, and furnish infor- 
mation in relation to liAds in Anoka county. 

Any information in relation to delinquent taxes 

umished free ol ehtrg' %. marl2:dtt 

~i<TRS^ ARRIVAL 
or 

NEW SPRING GOODS 

AT 

N. H. BLUM'S. 

j(g|-EverythiDg of the most desirable kind in the Pry 
oodsIJne i I't r^e-iyo' Cill an.l see.-^JH ni2T:lm 



iiiii liiuj 
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Wanted to Buy. 

Any person who WA;.ITS TO SELL a mixed stock of 
Dry Goods and Groceries, or stock of eit'ner on rea- 
sonable terms may find a safe purchaser by addressing 
R. D., Dundas, Minn. 

marl 6: Ira 

C. E. Woolsey & Co. 

|(Siie«eetoni to L. D. Wilson,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. ail SOUTH WATER .ST., CHICAGO. 

CASH ADYANGEti ON C0N6iaNM£NTa. 
marlidliwljr 



Palmer's Pure Vliiegrar. 

We would call the attention of all who sre inter- 
ested io the mmu acture and tale of PUtiE VINEGAR 
to our stock, manulkCtured under patent to Ji'hn 
Palmer. Ke hare on tiand a better article of Vinegar 
th n was ever befire^fftfie! for sa'.e in the northwest, 
which we are irepared to s:nd to any part of the State 
al reasonable rnt.'s. 

COUNTRY DEALERS 

Who do not buy .'irectly of us sh.>utd be ptrtii-nlar 
to sprcify " P.il.ijers Pure Vine.t*r," when on-lering 
from wholecale ilralers io t-'t. t aul. 

CONSUMERS 

Should in all ca=es a>k f..r P ' LMERS PURE VINEGAR 

AND TAKE NO OTHER. 

It is for sale l.v all the Grocers in the city who desire 
to keep G'MjD ARTICLES ftr fate. Try it, and yon 
will u-« no other. 

FroniD. B.Keid,M. !)., F. R. S. K, Practical Chem- 
ist, and imthor of n-jmeruus works on Chtmistiy, 
Public Health. Ac. ; 

" I hi-iehy certify, thst I have examined the vine- 
gar manulaclured bv CO. lewis 4 Co. of this city, 
and have fojnit it of excelteot quality and free from 
all de eteriou' ingredients. D. B. REID." 

".^t. Paul Dc. 18,lH6l.' 

Sold at wbulesalt or retail at onr works on Sibley st. 

March 31, 18«ti C. C. LEWIS * Co. 

FAJtt BACKS' 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

OF ALL KINDS* 

FAIRBANKS & GREENLEAF 
172 /.«/.« Street, CMeetgo. 

3old in Saint Panl.bv J. C. .t H. 0. BURBANK. 
t^- Ruv onlv the irennino »9n-dly 

INTERNATIONAL HOTElT 

E. C. BEIA>TE, Proprietor. 

CORNER OF TENTH AND JACKSON STBKETS 
SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

reb6-d6i. 




New Military Books^ 



Patton's Manual and Form Book— an ezcMdlagly 
raluable book for officers. 

Jommi's Science of War with Maps, translated 
trom the French by Capt. Mendeil, U. 8. A. 

Army ReguUttous and U. 8. Iniantry Tkatlea. 

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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME 11. 



8i. PAUL, MINNESOTA. TUESDAY, APRIL 29 18H2. 



NUMBER 102. 



ibc Saint |)aul |rcss. 

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 



NKWS iTEiUS. 1 ohjtL'ts no less tbnu out' million eight hui.^ 

—Secretary Weilc- has i-alled on ail dn d tliousand duliura. He m a nativt of 

conmiaudirs oi S(iuadro:i.s bljckudiiig ves- { Danvors, MasHuchusL'tts, and a desctndaul 

sols. \'c , for iiitoiinutiun in ri-f;:ard to ve-'- ; of tlie Pilvriin Fathers, his ancestors having 



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Tuis paper has a larger Diiily, Tri- i 
Wtfeljly aud Weekly circuUlioii than auy other la j 
Minuesou, aiul therefore presents iu.luceinents to ad 
Tertiters which they wiU aoi Oad cUewJiere. 



reports 



ST. PAUL. TLESDAY. APRIL^ 

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29. 



sels running tlie blockai^e. 
are to be I aid beloi o Congress. 

i — Tiie action of tlie Uoiwo Republican 
caucus and ot th.' .Senate* ii siue-i the pa>s- 
age of a conliscation b:il, reaching rebel 
leaders in civil, military and naval scrvici-. 
—The Senate cii th<^ 24th inst. passe.! a 

I bill rt cognizing the governui'ots ofHaUj 



f migrated from St. Albans to New England 
ill 1035. He begun life poor, as an fiffice 
boy, when eleven years old. At fifteen he 
was a merchant, and at Iwoiily-seveu pail 
nerin a Baltimore house, with brauclus 
both at New York and Philadelphia. In 
1837 l.e went to Eumiaud, and, entering the 
baiikinu: bu.^iues.s in London, baa since 



CAKiXUi: OF rsKW oULKANs. : aud Liberia : Senators Mcl).)Ui,'al, L.ithaui j then remained there. 
Another glorious achievement in the his- \ and Henderson, Democrats, v(Uiug for it. 



torv ot ihe war I Another splendid triumph 
of the skill, courage and pr -wess of the na- 
tional army 1 Ihere can b.- no doubt what- 
ever of the fact. 'I'ho news of this morning 
i^ too cirennisiantial. and agrees so entirely 



prophesied a noyro r* jues nlative Irom I (juer peace at Philaileiphia. 



— Senator Saulsbury, of Dtlawaie, 
a 

these governments wouM appear on the 
Senate in less than twelve months. 

— OtUciai advices receivid at VVa.siiir.ii- 



-Mr. Wigfail is reported from Rich^ 
mond as ^aving tiiat tht- South would con- 



wilh what had prociedid. to leave any doubt 1 ton trom Gen. Shields fully conHnn the 



about the reduction of Fort Jackson, and 
the passage of onr tltct up to the Crescent 
City. 

SWAKNAII, <;A. 

The reduction of another Fort Jack.son 
bo.-ide the one below New Orleans, r^niiers 
the immediate capture of the city of Savan- 
nah, (jJeorgia, certain. Fort Jack.«on was a 
new fort erected by the rebels for the de- 
fence of Savannah. 

A^OTHliKST. PAIL. HEUO FALL- 
EiMN BATILE. 

By the fjUowiog Ictt r from Mstj Bel- 
knap, of the liith Iowa Regiineot, Mr- J. 
W. Penniinan, of this city, w.i? advised of 
the death of hid sou, Lieu*. Je.sse B. Pen- 
r.imun, killed in the battle of Pittsburg 
Lauding. 

Lieut. Penuiman entered the service iu 
the 15th Regiment Iowa Volunteers at 
Clinton. He was 23 years of age; to day 
being his birthday, lie had resided for a 
number of years with his parents at the 
Franklin House, on the St. Anthony road, 
until about a year ago. Hv was a young 
man of energy of character, exemplary 
moral qualities, and high patriotic impulsee. 

We deeply sympathize with his stricken 
purtnt.a. His death adds another name to 
the roll ol heroes tliat St. Paul has con- 
tributed tu the cau.-:e of our country : 

CaIMF KEAtt I'lTT.SBCRCi, LaDMAK'S \ 

iiAidKHK, April loth, 1862. ( 
J. »*. Ptnniman, E.^<i. , St Paul, Minn : 

Dkab Sir: U is with a mournful satisfaction 
that i enclose to you a lock of the hair of your 
gallant and lamented son, taken from his head 
the day alter the contest in which his regi 
ment was engaged. Our rei^iment arrived 
here at 4 o'clock in the morning, and at a 
little nffer uiau went into action, retiring from 
the field with a loss of 1.2 killed and 160 
wounded, Lieut. J. W. Penuiman, your son, 
and 2d Lieut. Uamilton, of Company I, being 
the commissioned oUicers killed, and Cnptain 
Hedr.ck ani Lieut. Fisk being prisoners. 

On Jiondar, the day after the fight, a de- 
tachment of the regiment under the command 
of Lieut. Hants, of Company G, visited the 
battle ground, bnried the dead, and procured 
from each of them a lock of hair. You can 
therefore rely on the enclosed as being genu- 
lue. 

Iu performmg this sad and final duty to the 
memory ot your son, permit me to say that an 
acquaintance commenced when he first came 
♦.0 Keokuk ripened into friendship and grew 
into esteem, lie was a true soldier — an hon- 
orable man and a Christian gentlemen. 1 
cherished his friei.dship while living, and I 
revere his msmory now that he sleeps in • 
soldier's grave. Though he be dead, it is a 
proud honor to bis relatives to know that he 
tell manfully fighting in the battle that con- 
quered Beauregard. His grave is marked lika 
the others, with a wooden slab with his name, 
rank and date of decease, but should you 
purpose to remove his remains, it had better 
be done at once. Present to the deceased 
Lieutenant's relatives my sympathy, and ac- 
cept for yourself assur ances of my condolence 
and esteem. 

Yours, Very Respectfully, 
Wjj.W. BELKXAP, 

Maj. 15th Reg. Iowa Vols. 



AcQOiTTF.D. — In the trial of Mrs. Brown 
for attempt to murder in Steele county, re^^ 
ported in the Press a few daj« ago, the 
jury brought in a verdict of not guilty. 

Newton Scott, of the Third Minnesota 
Regiment, died in the Ho^^pital at Nash- 
ville, Tenn., on the 21st inst., of remittent 
fever, and on the 31st, L. S. Hamilton, of 
the same regiment, died of congestion of 
thf» brain. 

— A dispatch from Washington aunonnc. 
es the arrival at Hampton Roads, on thR 
24th, of the new iron-clad gunboat Galena, 
built at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. She i^ 
said to be stronger and more effective than 
the .Monitor. We now have three iron-clad 
naval batteries at Hampton Roads, to give 
the rebel Merrimac a greeting should she 
jagain venture out of the.-;o waters — the 
Monitor, the Galena and the Naugatuck. 
The latter is armed with the Stevens batte- 
ry, bat her efficiency is yet to be satislac- 
torily tested. 

Thk 51innesota Fourth Rkc.imknt. — 
A special dispatch to the Chicago Times 
from St. Louis, ou last Thursday, says : 

''The steamer Sucker State arrived this 
morning, having on board six companies of 
the 4th Minn sota regiment — Col. John B. 
Sanborn, late Adjutant General of .Minne- 
sota, commanding. The remaining four 
compao'es of the regiment, accompanied by 
a battery of artillery and a company of 
sharpshooters, are expected in a few hours." 

Sixty-Ninth Ohio — This fine regiment 
passed down the river Sunday, on it* way 
to "Dixie" It is in command of Colonel 
Lewis D. Campbell, and Parson Brownlow 
has been appointed as Chaplain. He has 
accepted the position, and will join the reg- 
iment as soon as be gets out his book.— 
Louisville Journal, 22d 

—Letters from Paris say Napoleon has 
appointed a military and naval commission, 
since the Monitor and Merrimac fight, to 
study the iron clad subject thoroughly 
with a view of turning it to practical ac- 

OOODt. 



evacuation of the Vality of Virginia by 
the rebels. The Ltter have retrtated acioss 
the mountain-! to juin the rt-bel force-* at 
Gordonsville. 

— (jrcu. Sigtl Las recovered Irom his res 
cent illness, aud will taki- the field aiiain in 
a few days. It is rumored that he is t > have 
conomand of a division under Gen. Halleck 
in Tennessee 

— Much indignation i-; inar.ifested in St. 
Louis by the abolitionists, at the arrest and 
close coofinement of Col. Jeimison. They 
assert that the arrest was made by Generais 
Denver, .Sturgis and Mitchell, throu^di mal- 
ice and hatred of Jennison's anti-siavory 
course, and not ou account of any military 
derelictions. 

— Busines.s between St. Louis and Ten- 
nessee is becoming quite brisk. Boats are 
running regularly to Nashville, Clarksviile 
and Pittsburg Landing, carrying all kinis 
ol merchandise. 

— Col. Henry Olmsted and Lieut. Col. 
Wrideneytr, ol the Second Missouri Artil- 
lery, waited OD .Mjj. Gen. Sigel on the 24th 
inst., and in beh.dl of the California I'usi- 
leers, of San Francisco, California, pre- 
sented to him a magnificent national flag. 
Gen. Sigel responded in an appropriate 
manner, thanking the donors, and phdging 
him.self to defend the flag at t'le sacrifice 
even of every personal intercut 

— The convict Toole, who murdered the 
warden of the Weathersfield, Connecticut, 
prison, says he did it to be hung ; the life 
imprisonment to which he was condemned 
had liecome insupportable to him. 

— Thackeray has retired from the ediis 
torial chair of the Cornhill .Magazine. In 
his valedictory lie says : "While the present 
taleol ' Philip ' is passing through the pre.-s^ 
I am pif'pariic au'ither. on wldch I have 
worked at intervals 'or many years pa.-t, 
and which I hope to introduce in the ensuing 
year." 

— The President on Monday met with 
an accident while returning in his carriage 
from the Navy Yard The horses became 
frightened near the Capitol, and a serious 
casualty was only prevented by running the 
carriage into ti>e bank. Fortunately the 
President escaix;d unhurt 

— The wife of Gov. Harvey was at the 
State Capitol, .Madison, when the dispnteh 
was received announcing the sad death of 
her husband. Adjutant General Gajlord 
aad Mr. Sawyer, her brother in»law, <it- 
tempted to accompany her home, and toid 
her that a rumor had been received that gave 
some an.xiety in regard to the Governor. As 
Gen. (Jaylord was attempting to conceal 
the f'.il extent of the calamity, she 
stoppf (i while they were walking through 
tlie park, and said : 'Tell me if he is dead!" 
Wiiiie h" • vadi-i! :; direct reply, she read 
tile fatal news in tie expression of his lace, 
and dropped ?en o'ess up.m the walk. 

— No relxi bulittin or journal has yet 
dared to tell tiieir dupes that they left the 
body of tlieir abl St general and commander- 
in-'chief dead on t'le battle field. On the 
contrary, they pretend to have brought it 
off and to meditate sending it lo New Or- 
leans. Beauregard's reque?t fur permis- 
sion to bury his dead was d,iubt!e.ss dictated 
by a hope that he thus mii,'ht get poss.'s- 
sion of Johnston's body and carry it ot!. 
But for this he wjuld have spared biraseif 
the humihation and his people the knowledge 
th'^t ho was driven jjell-mell from the 
battle field and dared n Jt return *o it oth> 
erwise than on leave. 

— Alter a careful and thorough canva-sof 
the Sena*o by the fri' nii- of the bankrupt 
1) 1;, th'-y declare that th: re is a large ma- 
jority iu laV'jr ot that lijcusure iu thai body; 
and that a number of S.uators, among ihem 
Sen;»tors t^illu-iier, Grimes, Harris, Trum- 
bull, Mi;Uoug;ii aud Carlisie, express a 
wiiiiiigntss to take sp( edy iiction upon it. 
The time has now arrived, tliey assert, when 
a judicious una general buniuupt law, fa- 
voring both the debtor and creditor inter- 
ested, should be promptly piissdi in order 
to relieve that largo class of individuals 
whose business has been prostrated by the 
rebellion. 

— There is as yet no sure prospect of the 
passage of the tax bill. There are f^oine 
who believe that it wiil at last be postpon- 
ed with the bankruptcy bill until the next 
session. Al Last, from present indications, 
that is as likely to bo the result as anything. 
Many members desire to know what their 
constituents think on the pubject before 
they impose the tax ; and the opinions of 
the Senate and House on matters connected 
with the bill appear to diSer widely. The 
bill that passed the House will be so amend 
ed in the Smato that, ever if it passes, the 
House will hardly be likely to agree to the 
alterations made. 

— George Peabody, the American bank- 
er in Loudon, whose magnificent gilt of 
£150,000 to the poor of that city has ex- 
cited so much comment and praise from 
the London press, has, during his successful 
business career, given away to charitable 



L()( AL AFFAIRS. 

♦-♦ 

Thanks — Wearu indebted to Dr. Reiner 
for late Louisvill \ Chicago and Milwaakee 
papers. 

Resigned. — We learn that Elder Chuun- 
ccy Hob.iit, C'hapliun of the Third Minne- 
sota Regiment, has resig. cd on account of 
i'l health. 

Still tiiky Comk. — Some sixty or seven- 
ty more Canaiiians arrived by the Keokuk 
and Frank Steele on Sunday on th^ir way 
to the Northwestern gold mine,'. 



— Mr. Merci. r reporis that the Rich 
mond officials are hard up, but draggitig. 
They have no I &. eofte, wine or ice. 

— Tiie new slave trade treaty with (ireat 
F?r'tuiu authorizes commanders of vessels 
of war of each nation, specially commis - 
sionetl lor tiiat purpose, to board aud starch 
men hunt vessoisot either nation in speoifi' d 
waters, on rej?onabIe presumption that 
such vessel is engaged in the slave trade, 
subject to payment from damages for loss 
and detention arrising irom mistakts. Any 
one ot the following marks to consliluie 
presumption and authorize the seizure of 
the vessel : Hatches with open gratings, 
an unusual number of bulkheads, spare 
plank' for the second or slave deck, maoa 
cles, an unusual quantity ot water, watir 
ca-ks, messtubs, cooking apparatus, pr^i- 
vi^ioiis and clothing beyond what is neces 
for the crew or nuntfoeed in the manifest as 
a part of the cargo. The treaty consists of 
three mixed courts of justice, consisting of 
ci'izensof both countries, at Sierra Leone, 
Cai)e of (ii)od Hope and New York, lor 
adjudication upon vessels seized. The 
captain, crews and owners, are to be tried 
according to the laws of the country to 
which the vessel belongs 

— There are men among the Berdan sharp- 
who pay men to stay at home and work 
their farms while they lie in the rifle pits 
beloro Yorktown, exposed to the vicissi- 
tudes of weather and war, waiting for a 
chance to pick off a re'eel gunner. Such 
patriotism and zeal is worthy of the high- 
est praise. 

— Luray, to which place Gen. Banks has 
pusii.d his forces, is the capital of Page 
county, Virginia. It is about ten miles 
southeast of Mount Jackson, and 136 miles 
southwest of Richmond. Harrisonburg, 
which the advance had reached, is nine 
miles iurtiior south. 

— The Senate committee on the arms 
contracts find there are not enongh f >r use 
ill the army, and recommend adverti,-ing for 
proposals. 

— The Military Committee of the House 
agreed on the 24th to report a joint resolu- 
tion establishing a German professorship at 
West Point. 

— The Whitworth battery of six steel 
guns, presented to our Government by loy- 
al Americans in England aud France, is in 
active ssvvice before Yorktown. 

— The Broadwa/ oonc-rt saloons have 
come to an end. The law just pa.s8ed by 
the Legislature looks to their complete an- 
nihilation, and this law the police are be 
ginning t'> enforce. The saloon keepers 
used lots of money aud no little " female 
influence" at Albany, but with no success. 

—The City Council of Nashville, Tea- 
nesse: , at its 'ast session, passed resolutions 
directing that the sla'-s and stripes be placed 
upon all public property belonging to the 
corporation, thanking the ofiBcers and sol- 
diers ot the United .States for the kindness 
hitherto extended to the people of the State. 
and directing the teachers in the public 

schools of the city to take the oath of alle- 
giance or resign. 

— According to the Norfolk Day Book, 
in the fight near South Mills, onr forces 
were between three to five thousand ; theirs 
live I'undred, including part of the 1 bird 
Georgia regiment and artillery. The am- 
munitiou of the latter was exhausted and 
they fell back to the half-way house, half- 
way to Norfolk, with a loss of fifty killed 
and wounded, who were taken to Norfolk. 

— The New York TrVmm says that on 
the 23d, the deposits with Mr. Chase for 
.0 fj cent, certificates reached the unprece- 
dented sum of 82,300,000, making 84.100,- 
000 in two days. 

The disbursements of the treasury are 
also very large — about six millions in two 
days, but this goes rapidly back into the 
Treasury again as a temporary loan, and so 
keeps moving in a circle. In a short time, 
h<iwever, the large Treasury Notes, which 
have been used for convenience of size in 
paying the public creditors, will be with'- 
drawn, and their place supplied by small de- 
nominations, which will remain as a circula- 
ting niediara in the channels of trade. The 
immense accumulated floating debt against 
the Government has been to a large extent 
paid off, and will in a short time be entirely 
so alter which payments wiil be made with 
promptness. 

— Mr. Dawes of Mas-sachusetts made a 
damaging speech in defense of the Wash- 
burne Committee, on the 25th, against 
Thad. Stevens and other assailants. He 
hit right and left, and intimated that Cam- 
eron had served a notice in the district of 
each Qiember of the Committee that Le 
should not be re-elected. His speech is re- 
garded as a complete vindication of the 
Committee on Government Contracts, 
against charges brought by Stevens and 
others. He said the committee received 
only assistance and good wiil from the 
Chairman of Ways and Means, (Mr. Ste- 
vens,) until they placed themselves between 
the Treasury and a fraudulent claim of 
Simon Stevens, for fifty-seven thousand dol- 
lars. The speech was listened to by a full 
house, and at times created much mer- 
riment. 



The Minnesota Staoe Ooni-any are 

engaged larg'Iy in c )i!V ying emigrant'^ to 
the NorthwersUTi; gold mines. Several '>) 
the Canadian party which arrive 1 on Huu- 
dav will h'ave this morning. 



Kilpatrick, at the comer of Seventh and 
Jackson streets, has received his spring 
stcck of boots and shoes, for men, Indies 
and children. Kilpatrick always has one 
of the U.«t stocks in marhet, and sells at the 
very cheapest rates. 

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Russell's Sharpshooteks, — The Sharp- 
shooters arrived in Chicago all light on 
Thni day moining at live o'clock by the 
Chic.;i.M! and North vestern Railroad, and 
depaited the same morning by the Pitts- 
burg and Fort Wayne for Washington. 

Stbamboats for thk QovBRifHBNT. — It is re- 
ported at Galena that govenimeut has made a 
requisition on the Minnesota Packet Company 
for boats, to transport troop*, down the river. 
— Chicago Times. 

More probable, if anything, to transport 

rebel prisoners up the river. 



Railroad Iron. — Thf Frank Steele 
brought up about fifty tons of iron for the 
St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, or Sunday 
night. It was being hauled upon the traek 
yesterday . and track laying was resumed. 
The iron to finish the road to St. Anthony, 
is nearly all at La Cros.*-, and will arrive 
as fast as the boats can bring it up. 



Rkturnku FR0.M WASHINGTON. — Our In ' The Keokuk, Capt. IlatcLcr, will be the 
dian Aj^enis who have been absent at Wash- La Crosse packet down this morning. 
iiigtoii on busiiibss connected with their The river, alter coming viry near its 
tiibes, are returning home. Major Webb, i high water mark of last year, has aii;ain 
ol th<! Lake Superior ('hippewas, has been i connnenced to *all. 
in th« city some da\s. \ The Favorite reported tin* Minnesota 

Major St. A. D. B:dcombe, ihe Winne- fiiliug all the way down Irom .Mankaio. 
bago Agent arrived Irom Washington by 



LATEST NEWS. 



BY TELEGRAPH TO ST. PAUL. 

W 1 .\ S L O W ' r< LINK. 



Good for Houston! — The Treasurer of 
Houston county has paid into the State 
Treasury $6,000 of war tax. Houston is 
the first of the important counties of the 
State that has '• come to taw." None of the 
tax is due till the first of June, but it is 
pleasant to see our patriotic citizens thus 
early coming forward. What county speaks 
next ? 



flooDs Coming in — Among the numer> 
ous arrivals of goods in the grocery line, 
no establishment has received this spring 
larsrer additions to its former stock than 
that of Cooley, Tower k Co., Jackson 
streeet. below Third. Tb^^ir new adver-> 
tis'smer.ts this morning aro worthy of no- 
tice on the i)art of city and country dealers. 
They have everything new and fi«sh and of 
the best quality. 



Recruits for the First and Second. — 
The Frank Steele yesterday took down 38 
recruits, under charge of Captain Smith, 
and 12 f 'r the Second, under charge of 
Captain Western. The former go directly 
to the lines in front of Yorktown, and the 
latter to Louisville, thence to the head- 
quarters of the Second, wherever that may 
be. Mark Hendricks, of the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railroad, again went down 
to pilot the boys through to Chicago. 

La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad. 
— Mr. Wilson, the General Agent of this 
road, came up on the Itasca yesterday. He 
informs us that the damages occasioned by 
high water, near Portage, mentioned by us 
a few days since, have been repaired, and 
that the trains are now running on time. 
The through express train due at La 
Crosse at 3:30 a. m., on Sunday morning 
arrived at 5 o'clock on that morning. Af- 
ter this delay there would be no further de- 
tention. 

.^ * -w 

Personal. — Major Howard Stansberry 
aud family arrived by the Itasca yesterday, 
aud we understand contemplate remaining 
in St. Paul. 

0. B. Hensley, Esq.,of the Mankato Inde- 
pendent, was in the city yesterday, having 
just returned from a short visit to Wash- 
ington. We regret to see him suffering 
from a somewhat piinful though not serious 
accident, which he encountered at the high- 
water break on the La Cros.se and Milwau- 
kee Railroad. 



the Frank Steele on Sunday night. As an 
incident connected with the return (tf this 
popular and effieien' officei, for the pur- 
pose ot making some comments proper at 
this lime, we renroduee the lollowing para 
graph from tiie .Mankato Independent, pub- 
lished in our la.-:t issue : 

'Iraue with tub Winmbbaoobs. — Wt- karu 
by pr vate advices tVoin Washiuijton, that the 
late decision ot" Coiuiuissioner Dole, allowing 
half breeds to trade on Indian Heservalious 
without License, has been reversed by the Sec- 
retarj of the Interior. We also learn that the 
order allowing ,\sa White and llenry Foster 
to trade with the Winnebagoes until thirty 
daysufter the next payment, has been revoked. 

The original decision also included the 
rigtit of Indians as wel! ss nrxed bloods to 
trade without license — all of which has 1k(ii 
revejse!, very properly and legally we 
think, b}' Secretary Smith. 

We further le irn that the revocation of 
th(' licenses of Messrs. White and Foster is 
accompanied by the coufirmation of those of 
Messrs Hawky and Uubbeil, two well 
known citizens of Mankato, who were grant- 
ed the privilege to trade some months since 
by Major Balcombe. 

We are also happy to learn that a batch 
of malignant aud false charges trumped up 
againH Major Balcombe to effect his re- 
moval, or at least to destroy his intlaence as 
a thorough and competent officer, have been 
met at the proper quarter and thoroui:hly 
refuted. With a degree of political insan- 
ity that wo have rarely known eqnalkd, the 
late Democratic Agent who was removed 
on the change of Administration — as he 
had a right to expect he wouid be — has 
been endeavoring the whole of the past year 
to get reinstated. To accomplish this end, 
he and his particular '• friends " — the old 
traders — have been at work framing the 
most malignant charges — amounting really 
to a systematic persecution— .igainst .Vlujiir 
Balcombe. Their well laid schemes have 
blown up, just as such wickedness always 
does. 



Tub Atlantic Monthly for May. — The 
lover of variety in literature must be un- 
commonly hard to please if he cannot find 
one or more articles to bis taste among i; e 
sixteen papers in piose or verse in the May 
number of the Atlantic. If he is fond of 
solid reading he will find it in the initial pa- 
per, " Man Under Sealed Orders," by the 
Rev J. 'I'readwel! Walden ; '' Spirits,'" by 
Mrs L. M. Child ; " Saltpetre, as a Source 
of Power," by Prof. A. A. Hayes : •' Hin- 
drance," by David A. Wasson, and " The 
Statesmanship of Richeleau." by Prof. A. 
D. White. Should he look for information 
in a popular iorin, he has only to turn to 
the charming paper of Prof. Agassiz, '• Me- 
thods of Study in Natural History," and 
Mr. C. C. Hazewell's gossipy military me 
lange, " Weather in War." Does he lancy 
a li^ht Lumorouj sketch, he will find such 
a one in "My Garden," by Mi^s M. A. 
Dodge; or a story, he will, we think, be 
suited by Miss Prescott's '■ South Bn 'cer, ' 
a powerful tale of comnion life on the New 
England seaboard In the way ol poetry, 
we commend them to Mr. Emerson's •' Tii- 
moiise," a bit of transcendental^natore wor- 
ship worthy to be remembered with the 
" Humble Bee. ' Mrs. Howe's " Telegrams,' 
one of a series of •' Lyrics of the Street ;'' 
and, longo mtervailo, '' Under the Snow, ' a 
posthumous poem by the late General 
Lander. The Rev. Homer Wilbur, A. M. 
contributes one of his characteristic schol- 
arly letters to the ( ditor concerning a curi- 
ous Noi-se relic, which he deciphers in the 
rao?t approved antiquarian fashion, and fur- 
nishes a poem by his young protege, Hosea 
Biglow, •' Speech of the Honorable Preserv- 
ed Doc in Secret Caucus," making one of 
the cleverest of the Biglow papers. 



Mklodkons. — By far tie best Meloileon- 
in the United States (and for anijht we know 
in the world J are Ih-.se manufactured by 
Geo. A. Prince & Cc of Buffalo. N. Y. 
This is the universal testimony of the public 
and more especially of the mujical portion 
of it. With wonderful genius arxi insienui 
ty Mr. Prince haj, year after year, adapted 
the capucily o! i i* Melodeon to all the new 
developments in the art of muse. We can 
scarcely remember the list of his inneva- 
tions — " Graduated Swells,"' '• Divided 
Swells," " Improved Valves, ' etc. The 
firm have a branch at 43 Luke street, Chis 
cago, to which we recommend all of those at 
the West who desire to buy an inhtrunicnt 
which is tub best. 



VICTORY ! 



Land Waeeants, Ualf Breed and Reserve 
Scrip— all sizes — prices. 
jy28 THOMPi^ON BROS. 



DIED. 

On Sunday, the 27tb iunt., BKSSIE, daugbl<r of 
It W. ami Emily Brown, agtnl two yeat-t", thren mcDthB 
AD<1 twenty one days. 

Kiineral to-day (Tuesday) at 4 o'.lock, from the 
rt-sldence ou .-"t I'lter Ntrwt. F.-it-nd- >if the Inmily 
art- Invifd to attend. 



M:W ADVERTISEMKNTS 



ICE ! lOE ! ICE ! 



The undersigned wiil lurni-h ICK '.o Oity Cast >id- 
em Hud Boats »» usual during ihe seavon of 1^02. 

THUS. S'i MONDS. 

api^JIQ-tm 

A SPLENDID SITOCK 




FALL OF NEW ORLEANS. 



EXCITEMENT IN THE 
CITY BOUNDLESS. 



or 



BOOT8 Sl 8HOES 



SKLI.ISG AT THU 



Consternation of the 
Inhabitants. 



&c., &c., 



<&0. 



LOWEST PKICES. 



AT 



KILPATRIGK'S. 



SPRING TRADE 



COOLEY, TOWER & CO., 

Branch of Oooley & Tower, (fomicrly Livenuorc & 
Oooley) SULoaU, «sUbUil>«d 1843. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 



AN'D 

CO.TliniS$SION lOKUC HANTS, 

IHPOKTEBS OP mxm mx'Rs sm, wi.mjs, 

LIQUORS, CIGAR8, 8lC. 

JACKSON ST,(bet. Levee &Third)ST. PAUL 



TERMS CASH, 



Sale of Bank Securitik3. — The Minne- 
sota seven per cent, bonds, (Railroad) upon 
which the circulation of the Central Bank 
of New Ulra was ba?ed, realized 19)'4 at 
the sale ordered in Xew York by Auditor 
Mcllrath on the 18th inst. The last sale of 
this description of securities, when the Bank 
of St. Paul was closed out, was at 17^^'. 

The outstanding circulation of the Cen- 
tral Bank is ^4,200. The Auditor is pre- 
pared to redeem it at 30 cents on the 
dollar. 

Tub Remains of- toe late Capt. W. 
H. Acker. — Mr. Nichols/our Postmaster, 
yesterday received the following telegram 
from Hon. Henry Acker, dated at Burling- 
ton, Iowa : 

"Onboard the Hawkeye State, with Wils 
liam's remains. Will arrive Thursday morn- 
ing. Hesbt Ack.br." 

It ha' been suggested that the nume- 
rous friends of our la'c fellow-citizen 
meet at the Mercantile Library Rooms 
this afternoon at lour o'clock, to make pro 
per arrangements for the funeral. It will 
probably take place in a day or two after 
the arrival of his remains. So gallant and 
so faithful a soldier of the Republic should 
receive the highest honors at the hands of 
his fellow-citizens when conveyed to his 
final resting placr. We also suggest that 
Lieut. Ool. Hubbard h(\ prepared to give a 
proper military escort on the occasion. 



Im'KOVEMBNTS — MessTS. Shaw & Hunt 
have contracted with Branch & De Graw for 
pur.ting on an additional story upon the 
Merchant's Hotel. The work will com- 
mence immediately. 

Another great improvement was also 
commenced yesterday. Messrs. Cronan, 
Huxthal & Sears, ot New York, are about 
erecting on the south-east comer of Third 
and Rc)bert8 streets, a capacious .=tone 
block in the best style ol mercantile archi- 
tecture. It is to be 90 feet front by 81 
feet deep, to an alley reserved from the pro 
perty. It will be three stories high, besides 
th(! basement, and will contain four stores o( 
fine dimensions and proportions. 

Me-=8r8 Mullen and Douovan have the 
contract for the building, and are to com- 
plete it by the l.ith of October next. They 
commenced operations yesterday by tearing 
away the remains of '' Simpson's old store,' 
thu first stone building, by the way, ever 
enicted in St. Paul. It was put up in 1849. 

River News. — The Keokuk and Frank 
Steele came up from La Crosse on Sunday 
and Sunday night, with the back niailfi, 
and a large number of passenger?. The 
K'jokuk returned down immediately, and 
will be in again t hi j morning. The Steele 
lelt for La Crosse yesterday at noon. 

The War Eagle lelt yesterday morning 
for Prairie du Chien and Dnnleith. 

The Favorite was in from Mankato Sun- 
day evening, having came down in twelve 
hours. She will hereafter make tri-weekly 
trips, and will be down again so as to leave 
on Wednesday evening. She left last 
evening with a heavy freight. 

The Itasca, Capt. Hard, came in yester- 
day with a full Ireight and passenger list 
She \i the Prairie du Chien and Duoleith 
picket down ibis moraiog; — punctually at 
B«veD o'clock. 



Invite the attention of COUNTRY MEKCUAST^, and 
all desiring GOOD OOUDS AT LOW I'RICE-? lo tliwr 

LARGE & WELL ASSOHTED S'l'OCK 

To whieh constant udditionx will be made. 

Our connectionK with St. Louiti and the Ifaiit will 
enable us to 
DUPLICATE ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO OR 

MILWAUKEE PRiCFS, 
Without (in many oaken) addini; to cnver dlflvrenc** iu 
coot of trannportatiou. 

J. B. SL.1CHTER, 

Having effected an airangement witli Me»Hrs. CXX>Liri', 
TOWEl'. & CU. would be happy tr u» itnd fu>rTe !> k 
friendk in biN new positioti. 
Saint Paul, April 29, 18«2. nov'/ly 

W^HBSB M'RVMTS. 

-*• ICO packages, iucludinn Fi;i. Prunes, r)ate^, 

Citrons, Currants, *c. at low tl^n -es 
ap-.^9 COOI^BY^TOmriER & CO.*g. 

(£f Utt^MS ! AC tiJMft ! 

*^ iOO pivckages P. R. Havana, Ooff.^, Lrufibed, 
6r.inulated, &c. atelng.- firuren foi rash. 

COOLEY TOWER & VO. 



Fortress Monroe, April 27. 
To K. it. Slantun, Washington: 

A black lugitive ju>t from Portsmouth, 
brings the Pett-rsbirg Express of yesterday 
whieh contains the following ; 

Mobile, April 25. — The enemy pa^^sed 
Fort Jackson at four o'clock yesterday af- 
ternoon. When the news reached New Or- 
leans the excit* tn'*ul wu.s boundless. Mar- 
tial law was put in lull force, and buslne a 
su-Jpended. All cotton and steamboats, 
except nic.-saiy traesj>' rts, corn and am- 
munition wereditroved at one o'clock 'o day. 
Tue operator bade sroodbyc, saying the 
enemy appe^in d bdire the city. This is 
all that i- known. I wiil pend the particu- 
lars as soon as received. The negro bring- 
ing lhi.3, reports that the rcbils have two 
iron clad steanieis nearly eomplaod, and 
believes the Merrimac will be out to mor- 
row. 

rSigned;, J. E. WOOL. 

Ueadquartgrs Depaktxgnt of thk i 
Rappauax.vock, April \i7, 186i, \ 
To A' .W. Slan'on, WashinyUtn: 

I was told that the Richm )nd Kxammer 
of the '26th had been received in Freders 
ieksburg announcing that Xew Orleans is 
taken Gnat de-truetion of properly , cot- 
toii i<w] t^teamboats, occurred. Enough 
steamboats were s^a ed to take a^av the 
aiumuiiition. (ireat eon^ternation among 
the inhabitant-*. 

Fortress Mo.vboe, April 27. 

A boat containinir (our black men and 
out while nian ariived here this morning 
from Portsmouth. They report tha' iha 
Merrimac will come out r-oon. 

A di>patch in yesterday s Richmond pa- 
pers reeeive<l by a fljg of trace, dated .Mo- 
bilf, Friday. sayiJihe Union gunboats passvd 
Fort-' Jackson and St. Phillips at 4 oelock 
Thursday morning, and at 1 o'cl<x;k the 
same afternoon were belore Xew OrUans. 
A rumor was current in Norfolk la?t night 
that New Orleans had surrendered. 

But ftw troops weie at N* rfolk or in the 
vicinity of it. It was rumored that Com. 
Tatnall iiad Ijeeu removed from the com- 
mand of the Merrimac. 



The Merrimac's Pro"w. 



THE FALL OF XEW ORLEANS. 



-■• 150 Chests, hilf Chfcts and CaddieR. 



TJB^A. 



a^Roited 
gaade.s, Y. H , Imperial, G P., 0( long, Eng. Breuk- 
Ci«t, &c carefuilv Sfiecied and boujVt for ci^h 
For tale by COOLEY, TOiyE B Sc CO. 



g^ OMTBMC. 

^-^ 100 pkn Bt< 



fair to primv; 
20 do. I.agaayra, du.; 
xO pocketH O. O Java: 
10 do Moclia, (choice); 
'.^6 boxes Ground Rio and Jtvn; 
10 do Extract ( f C >flee 

COOLEY, TOiri-'.K &: CO. 



■*• 50 bdls. Codfuh, larvje »nd nediuro ; 

50 ki s Mackerel, No«. 1 an I 2 , 

20 hU bbls. do. do. ; 

10 do. liutcb Herring; 
100 boxeH ftcaled do. 
All in bna order 
COOLEY, TO (¥BR Sc CO. 



*^ boxert family, for sale at low -atoti. by 
COOLEY TOWER A CO. 

rhRiJKU JtPrLKS.— WK a.M VMi 

-■^ about 100 R»ck» of pnm« quality on hand ri 

markvl rat«a,at 

COOI.WYTOWI R K A CO ,'S 

O^H MOXK9 ft0jr».-~A fall line, in 
'•"'^' cludin.f Babbit;'H Krawne, Gt-rin»n, Palm. 
Family, Toilet, i^liaving, Castile, .kc 
C 'OI.KY, TOWER A CO. 



Fort Monuok, April 27. 

[Speciai t) Tm?a.]— Ooutrab:ijds state 
the new prow en Ihe Merrimac is 12 feat 
loi]g, of wrc;u;:i.l iron, and steel pointed. 

Many citizen* o! Xorfulk are leaving. 

The fall of Xew Orleans is conceded by 
every one. 



From the New Orleans Expe- 
dition. 

Nkw York, April 28. 
Arrived : M am eunboat Connecticut 
from the fouth-we-t Pa«s, on the I2'l). The 
Cinnt'Clicul brought sick and woui ded sea- 
men from tie squadron. Wlien siie lelt the 
.Missi.-s.ppi all tbe «hips of th' exj)edi.ion to 
New Orleans wore inside the pas8e.^, and 
had their d^eks sanded and were ready for 
acton. 



From Fremont's Department. 

SUCCESSFUL 



MOVEMENTS 
GUERILLA.-;. 



AGA1X8T 



*^ 10 



100 t>fix»'s Cas.sia, Pepper, Pimento, Ginger, Nut- 
megs, Clove*, Cream Tirtar, k-. nicely put up aud 
of obo c* <juality OOOLKY , TOWER & CO 



** 300 kegs assorted (Mo.) N'aiU : 
200 box«8 do. Window Gtaso: 



SVJS'MHIiKS. 



300 bags do (St Louis) Sbot 

;OOOl.E'r, TOWkK «: CO. 



^ 76 boxes Faney and Msorte<' Stick CaDd?,at 



ik CaDd?,at 
CXX)LEY, TOWER & Co.'^. 

J% rr#.— 50 BJiMHKM.S iJVCM^VUMJTB 

Vv Hard aoJ Soft SbaU Almaulu, Filberts, Pecani 

te., te. oooLrr, tOweb * oo. 



Whebu.vg, Va., April 27. 
The Trdmne's fipecial correspondent says 
the COirt blued movi iu=^uts ordered b\ Geo. 
Fremon* agairiit the guerillas in Wi bstcr 
county, have proved eminently succe.ssful. 
Lieut. Liwson, with ade^achmi-nt cnij>loyed 
in ihis service, has returned, and others are 
rettirning. lo a severe running figtit of 
seven miles. Laws; n killed pevi nleen guer- 
illas aud took ten prisoners. Ihe town of 
Addi.suu, a small pi ee and the only one in 
the new eonnty, Mng deserted, was burned. 
It had been a guerilla huunt. 

A lormidable organization in Braxton, 
Wtbsier, aud adjoining counties, i^ entirely 
des'royi d, the leader* proposing to sarreu* 
der. It is onderstood that the guerillas ta. 
ken will be promptly shot. 

Gen. Milray's scouis. on tbe 23d inatant, 
attac'ied ihe rear guard r,i ihe enemy ten 
miles east of the Shenondoab mountain, the 
boundary of this Department. They Uiikd 
ne Lieutenant and two men, and captured 
a Lieutenant and oue man. None of oar 
men were hart. 



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THK SAINT PAUL PRFSS, TUKSDAY, APRIL 29 18H2. 



Jhf |^\iiut ^i\\\\ s'rc 




MlCt;^: OF VOKH.TO\lN- 



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Heroic if rath of ^eoH, tchunt lUi 
tnieii h>f I'reahlent t.intitlu. 



PuMUIu'tl liy llu' Tress rriiUiii? lompauy. 

li.Uf—.iilJulittusr tit* HriHgt, 



INTKREsriXfi 



ACl'OLN'r OF TilK 
LEKS MIUL. 



I'!«iIlT AT 



iloiiJlor 11 1-! ik;1 ikv-s^u! y K) tsay Uioru 
I tlii;-, tluit the public iiiiad art; by this liiiii' 
"*"■ i preitv well ai'qiiainti tl wiili lur. 'J'ho Gsi- 
! K'lm Ui-i ii'so •>H'D ilcscribed ^owral times, , 
huf tilt* lollowinpr fi'^Jri"' will b.ar n [» 'i 
lion : 
She was d»V>i^nc.l by M.\ Julius Palti}r 



.iiid CO. no ail tiie way li' re, just lo ht»', jVee 
tht' iK'UM-oos 1" And no o-v: coulU '.ook up- 
oa tlii!ir culm juul thouj^^litrul fur.s and wit, 
iio?stli..'ii' iicdtily depurlinunt, and belii've 
I ha I tin y l.ayc eiiiistt:d in ♦'.lis war for any 
Icsrt inouv..' llmi) iho exvUed and sacred one 
ol patriolism. Tbu'r aMiinating watch- 



TIk' Yorlitown orii'^nondin! ol 



T m K M S : 

^^I'uc.iy i>u'oborib«rs, tiOem cttuU per j Fhiludclpbia JlU]uiiiiS'&yS 
[ til 111 aih :iiii'i>, $7.l'0 pt-r annum ; $1,- 
iiiKUtUii. By mail — Hii.iiO yvr annum, 

P'l- in»ntU, I5IVAKUHI.Y IJJ ADVASOi. 

, l'KK>^>-' — fS.SO ptT nonum ; $"2 (0 fur 
. il.uO K^r Itirtc month- ; clubs of fixe 



, I SOU, and ainMriictod at Mysiic, Count c'-icut, j word mmuib to be «' It is sweet ao'd L''orious 
by Maxon, Fi'li A- Co., tlie builders ot lb j to dio fur one's country " 



^ — >>U" oopy, one year, $-.0U ; throe 
>>NK ADi>KK-S, ilO 00. 



;uns upon it to cover the road leadinq; to mo-\ us possible after bfioR lauMched, in j Speaker uf the House of Keprcsfntatives, 
Lto'.-J Mil!, wLich rii;w i.i iioot of it. ab )n? ' BVbruary. she was sint to the Continental j was fonipijied to resir;n Li.s position on 
twvlvc hundiid v.rds. In fr.'Oi of liiC fu! ! ; Iron Wo:ks, at Cranpoiiit, Lo'v^ Island, account of the threats made a<'ain.st him by 



i.\ 



m:\«s vAitierv. 

'i-'iop lliiiih s wrii4.s that he 
i return honi' ab>nit thi- lirst of 



. -lolm Whelor 1>. 1), l're^:idlnt 
I niv. r<ity i>t Vtrmcnt, ditd at I'lir- 
. . : !!.e lG:h in>t.. aged 04 year-. 



' gunboat Owasco, uow in aeiiVi- service. 

liotwetn Wiud's Mill and L o'.< Mill the j Naval Constructor Kook was eliari^ed with 

rebels had built u lort and nj'unted seviral j the riupiriiiteudeuce of tliJ worK. As 

sun- 
L. 

tw .. 

was a lin^r. s,,mt iwo hunilrcd and fiUy iert ! lo receive her armor, which couji-is of iron 
wid''. and abiiVi' it a lari^o dam ; betwei n j platc.^, "i."* feet lohi,', 4 inches wi>li.'. and 3 12 
tl.o bo;^ and road wa-> an open tield of about , indu-s thick, overlapping; each oth- r, aod 
fortv aae;!. in ihe centre ot wiiich were tu-o i cxlenditii,' four lect bl.iw the water line 
line ill •ii.'^e*, but which were burned ijy th<Mn j Her diuien.sions are : length overall 208 
u week atjo last .Sabbutli; nothing now re- feet ; bnadtli of beam, oG feet : dplh of 
nuiiiis tint ll.o ehimney.s; b»;l.nv the hot; is i hold, 12 1-2 teot ; burden, l,oOO ton.s. 
tlie ii.ini u-ed by W inds Mill , She is not at all hke the M aiior, btinsr 

About 9 A. M. .Moti'.- buttiry open tl upon Bimply an iron plated scre\v ,-teaiiier of 
the ri !,>el fort bom tlie wood-! in front : the I ^nat stnni^^ih. ard modeled with a vit'w to 



country. 

Wk are informed that the Legislature is 
I 'i a -'bit of a muss." Mr. Piuuey, the 



1' 



Ijist lire wa-^ a shell and exploded riatit over 

ti.eir fori; tiic rebels ioon retnrm d the fire 

.ind thi.ir tirst shed exploded in ff nt of i;iin 

v.i> hi:,'lily cdtcenicd, and ranked Ni^». 1, kiHii!^' and wounding all tha men 

" but oiv. and kil!io,>r one hor.-e; tin ir posi 



t^peeil. She is pierced lor 18 g" ns, but will 
carry s'x only, vix . 4 Dahlirren and 2 



_ loruKSt men in the State. 

:■ General Mitchell, thirty ytars 

, the famous bank riots in Cii;- 

. .n the city government was at 

■I the mob. restored order in a 

i)y his personal daring and com- 

i" II '0. Cilerity of nivvcnient is 

i'i' iharacte!i?ti' s. 

. ill. d in Mohawk Valley, New 

\ rk, 1 tist Tliursday, was higher than it has 

. n \iH' twenty years. Tli*' New 

. I ival rai'road was conipLtely sub- 

; rhnrjday and Friday, and no 

! t roil, owing to the high water 

I ■ < tiie fir.s in tiiC eiigiiiO.-. 

1 Nathan Li)rd, of tlie Vermont 

^ ••, <o iirfutly difliugui-iLtd it-elf, 

:.r Verm nit leg mciils, in the 

ut Verktown, is a :;on of Presi* 

i. 1. cf Darmouih College. Colonel 

i r.ginieiit with great iatupid- 

. ;d hi' clothing pierced by several 

I'.o it b'dily injury. His first 

vv »» in Western Virginia, as a 

an Ohio regiment, when Getitral 

..,, ti e:e held CO'iiinaDd. 

- •! • . 1 Hi.gh Smith, who has just been 

I Mayor of Na.shvil!o, has (ccujdtd 

in Several tiiiies before the se- 

'.. Tennt.sM-e. He wa;S also at one 

nibr of the State Legislature. 

; ■ '• stormiest days ol secession rule 

1 iiy the old flag, ahhough friends 

.::.;- luriy .saceuuibed to the pres ure 

. lie! adut-reuis of the Uavis des- 

• Cnarl'.s H. Bigelow, brother oi 

, -,:ice Big! low, recently died in Nca' 

. .'dii.^sachuseus. Deceased was a 

'! UVt E'oii.f, and in IblJl) «as 

Tied as captain in the Ctuted 

I'sof engineer-!, in wliieh he at- 

. :;:i reputation, in LS4G he re- 

^ pi^ilion anil assumed the import- 

-t cMef engineer of the E-.-^ex 

. ill Lawrence. At the time of his 

le was in the service of the Cov- 

11 iviug charge ol the forliScations 

. .... .^ Point. 

— Uir own aci.'ounts of the fall ot Fort 

i -iiow that the rebels exaggerated 

1 anil effectiveness of our batteries. 

•. lie bails pierced the walls, as 

i. and it rnj lired nsor-' tiian a day's 

- i'on '.ding to breach the fort. As 

•iciing feat, the taking of this 

i is unsurpassed in the history of 

-;ive only the work di;:c at I.-land 

V i.) l.v Col. Bis-cll. According to tiie 

I viiind p pers Savannah i.- in a panic, 

isiiy be taken by the Union gu-i^ 

b . >. 1 tie next arrival from Port Royal 

»v:il donbtle.ss bring us the news of the 

ca|iture of ihat important city, if it be down 

!n tile pro'4ra'nme. Fort Jackson is but a 

Siuiill affair, and can be no serious imp.di - 

lucni t'Miur advance. 

— The New York Tribune of the 22d 
^' '. ■■. Thona^, the " Freach Lady," 
e r. F'irt Lt'ayette for Iranslerring 

..cr St. .N'icliolus to the custody ot 

at iialiimore last summer, e.scap- 

• F 'ri Lafayette on Monday night. 

; poured a niiinb'r of tin cans, 

h' cirked tiglitiy and tied around 

, when he took to the water and 

. ards the Lot;g Island shore. He 

iverd by the sentinel, and a boat 

' lijio retpjisi'.ijn, he wa-. bronght 

i conveyed to Lia old ouarltrp. 

! s was at first Confined at Fort Henry, 

iu iniior ', where he made several tCforts to 

e'eir":]f,hui njt succeeding, finally pretend 

id ia.s.i!iiiy. At one time his release seemed 

pr bri«>Ie, wh n he suddenly regained his 

•, wiien h.' was detained and sent 

"iie ^^•amer St. Nicholas which 

i,'ed to tran^ler to the Rebel au- 

■ was coinmiited to the flames in 

Frcdetieksburg last week Ky the 

'- '.ii-mseives, fearing that she might 

i ' ' the hund.i of Gen. McDowell's 

- iiie special cr'mmittee of the Senate 
h^v" mad':- a report on the rcsoluth-n in- 
Btructing them to inquire into the allega- 
ti I di>loyidly made against Senator 

S'iincc ot Ongon. whose case formerly oc- 
cupie.t il,o Senate some time, but re.=ulted 
io his adniisdoii as a Seoator. The special 
cfiminiitee considered the Fame evidpnee 
It at was belore the committee on the Jus 
di; iary. and also heard Mr. Starke at great 
iengih in reply. In this he asMimes that 
he is Io\a', and intimates that the couinnt- 
t'-e biid l»etter inquire into Ue eliaracter 
and allegations of his a«?ailant«i in Oregon. 
The committee arrived at the loUowing 
C( ucludon- : 

„c^v ' "^'l^^ ^'^"^ '"'*">' months prior to tiie 2l3t 
ot >,.vcinber, 18.il. a.ul up to tlu.l lime, Mr. 

tbe rel.rm "" IT^"^"' ='dyocale of the cause of 
tutu.'.. .?f^i? ''r'" i''" <''>''n-'»ti'>n of the consti, 

ab ; 1 im of hr">''"". "' *'• ""'I 'I*'-" '"'1 »"■« 
h':ti:i:':.i:;L::^eSeS;;:';:„:;:;':^y"'- 

st.iui.oa, as the Only m'tn, « r '^"' *="°: 
waimly avowed h. s^n^^l.C .*:l,. ^^J^ 

.a Tl.atthe b.nator Iron, Oregon is disl 
iojHl t J the government of the United Slates! 

The above i.s signed by iLgsrs. Clark 
Howard, Wright, Sherman and Wilky' 
The other memt»er concurs in the first and 
second conclusions, but is constrained, for 
reasiiQs stated, to differ from his colleagues 
on the committee au to the third acd last. 



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lion was then cliaiig. d. and the whole si.t 
guns played upon lliem at a distance of a 
litile over one thousand yards Utwten the 
two batteries. The rebels fired six guns, 
anl thrcvv HolchKiss shell from (>, 12 and 
iIl-po'ii,der-, anJ siiot from a lOpuund 
Parrett gun. 

In about au hour we had disabled three 
of their g ins and they quit firing ; Mott 
fired tor half an hosir into the wo'hIs and 
then (piit. Not a man was lo bn seeu in 
front ot their works, and the infantry in 
the rear of our batiery ga\e three loud 
cheeis for the Uni n. that could have b.jin 
heard lor miles, hiid not the dense woods 
all ai'-und cut off ih^^ sound We were 
now vietorious; we hud driven them from 
the r battery, had silenced half their guns, 
and only lost seven men 

TlIK 8EC0.NJ) nUHT, 

Mo' I's battery was now ordered up (at 
4 1*. M ) to ihc centre of tiie field, and within 
five hu'ulietl yards of the forr. Tiie woods 
W(.ro.=-oon filial with gray coated rebels, 
a;:d Mott op ned with shell ; they ri plied 
wtii but two pieces from an upper (ort in 
the cii;;e of the wooii-i, and their shells all 
\v lit over the artillery. AVheu our artiU 
h ryni' n saw the fla.-h of lh'?if guns, they 
fell flat on the grousid, and when the shell 
txploil'd, at it th'y went and fir.d canist r 
and ^hell. 'J'he color bearer. James .Miller, 
was mounted, and a sticll exploding nciir 
him, a piece cut his side open and he fell to 
the ground. Kc^pirg die colors up, he 
liigged ot the men to help liim up on his 
horse, that he could keep the flair flying. 
His Aound is not fatal. 

\ UEUEI. RL -E. 

In ha'f an hour the infantry had dis- 
appear. (i.:;nd the guiis ccase'l firing. Our 
ortiileiy wtre now aided by Ayres' and 
U h eier's batteries, who played on ti.eir 
flaiiks. Ai:ain we had triutnjihed. Not a 
niiii killiil. The ariiliery did tiiC- work. 
Ther>b^l^bot and i-hel! plowed up th • 
fi' Id in nar rear, and tore throiigh the wood-' 
at a leari'iil mte. One pine tree, ten feet in 
di iii.etcr, was cut iieiirly in fvvo, a-liol go- 
ing entiuly through it. The Vermont 
Fourth and Filth were deployed down on 
our right, though the woods, the Tiiird and 
Sixtlion o!ir left, and were .side, at a dis- 
tauco of from five to eight hundred yards 
tr an their line of warks. The arlidery 
C'niineied to piuy into the woods. No 
rebels were visible, and no reply was made 
to us by them. Now lor a piece ol'strai- 
i^gy. 

THB CHABOE OF THH GREEN .MOUNTAIN 
b0V8. 

Compiniies F and I>, of the Third Ver 
mont, were ordered to chaiire bayonets on 
the ielt. or o" their riiihl rifle pits. 1)"Wn 
out of tiie wo-^Js Ihey came, marched 
rhrougii the bog some two huiidred and 
tiiiy or tlirc'Hiundred hetwide. All sank 
froiu their knees to their waists in i\v mud 
and wat-r. 'out on they went. 

Tin-; WOKKS CARRIED BY TWO CO.MPA.MES- 

Vriien they reached the shore, up ihey 
rn-hed to the rifle pits A ^dance at the 
fort showed it to be unpty. A ditch at 
the left was found to be lull of men. Our 
iiM n then pour; d one deadly volley into 
tbciii, and ail fl"d who eou'd. A second 
pit was found empty, and they stopped to 
load. 

TII^; HEROIC BAND BETKKAT. 

But no reinrorcemcnts came, and they 
commenced to fail back, tryintr to carry 
thiir diad and wounded; ihey reiched the 
I" g. when the rebels ag do iihed the ditches 
they had Ielt, and coinmenceil a galling fire 
ui on llifin. The water had been let out 
of the upper dam. and as it is a very low 
flat, ii hail now two feet more wa;er than 
when they wont over. A number of the 
wounded could not get through, and fell 
exhausted to strangle in the mud; many 
s'uck 

while many were killed ami wouudcd be 
fore thi y reached the shelter of the woods. 

A nvrvo soLniER prays for the prksfde-nt 
Never, until wo stood by the grave of 
the Green Mountain Boys, did wo realize 
how much stratiger is truth than ficii ^n. 
Voiir readers will all recollect last samnier 
a jirivale was cowrt m irtialed for sleeping 
'>u his p '.stout near C'ain Bridge on the 
Ujtper Polom-iC. lie wms convicted; liis 
sentence was death; the finding was ap- 
proved oi by the general, and the day fixed 
for his execution. He was a youlh 
of more than ordinary intelligence; ho 
did noi beg for pardon, but was willing to 
meet his late. Tiie time drer,- near ; the 
stern n'ce.ssiiy of war required lhat an ex- 
ample .should be miid"^ of some one; bis 
waM an aggravated case But the case 
reiieh.d the ears the President; he n- 
solveil to save him ; he signed a pardon and 
sent it out ; the day came. "Suppose,'' 
tiioiight the President, " my pardon has not 
reached him." The ti h graph was called 
into retpiisition ; an answer ilid not come 
pioin[.i;y. •' Bring up my carriiige," he 
o d; red. It came, and soon the impor 
iiot Slate papers were dropped, and through 
• li • hot, broidrig sun and dnsty roads he 
lode (I the camp, aboat ten miles, and saw 
f.'jt the .soldier was saved I He has doubt- 
1' .-s forgotten ttic ineiileni, bnt the soldier 
did net. When the Tiiird Vermont charg- 
ed upon tlie rifl • pits, the enemy poured a 
voihy upon them. The first man who fell, 
with six bullets in his body, was Wiiiam 
Scott, ot comnnny K. Ilisi^omrades euusfbl 
hiiM up, and a-i Ins life blood ebbed away, 
he rai-ed lo Heaven, andd the din of war, 
the cries oi the dying, .i,,,] the shouts of 
til- enemy, a [)rayer lor tb" President, and 
as he did, he remarked to hi;* comrades that 
he had shown he was no coward and not 
alraid to die. 



P rrolt gun. Her rigging is inadj ol 
copper wire. — Ntto Yo-k Herald, \-lth 

U'ASIIINUTON CIT¥ ti08S£P. 

Cor. Sprinnfii'ld [aViui.) Bipublican. 

At the next table, we have the Senator 
from M caiman, with his elegant, .-tvlisb 
anil very stately wife. She has on one of 
the daintiest and prettiest of morning cap.-, 
and a scarlet shawl thrown carelessly 
around her grac lul shoulders. Mrs. C. 
has scnaiorial dignity enough to sustain a 
di.zen Senators. At the next table, un- 
mindful of br akfa-t, beth reading new-- 
paper-, sit Mr. and Mrs. (.'rittend'n. Mrs. 
Crittenden, no longer young, will alwiiysbe 
beautiful. Nothing can exceed lier grace 
of manner. Whether with her own ; et 
friends from Kentucky, or rising fioin the 
tat>ie to greet Mrs. iien. Banks, or tliuuk- 
ing a servaiit for some slight attention, 
Mrs. Crittcn en is never less than a lady. 
She looks nearly as haudsoine tnis m ini 
ir;g in plain co.->ti.me, a.<; .she did last night 
in tlie drawing-room, in black velvet and 
point lace. Mr. Crittenden still reads 'n, 
•'compromise" written on every line of hs 
amiable lace. Mrs. Gen. Banks .sat at the 
n'Xt table a few mornings since. Mrs. 
Banks looked very swe: t, rosy, and youth - 
f'l!. But your eld tavoiite Republican, 
don't look as well iu military, as he did in 
civilian costume. Some way he d n't 
seem comfortable iu a geaiTal's coat. But 
how grandly nus-ive in tiie man's face and 
head Here is u no 'her giant head, though 
its owner acts as if it a-'hes. I presume it 
do' s. He played Ki.ig Lear hist night 
Edwin Forrest eats his brt-akfast alone, 
cats it litiully, as if he would rather not eat 
it. He passes his hand over his f )rehead as 
if to aliay its paiu. He glances at his pa* 
p r, hi- looks about, taking in (vtrything 
with those black, restli.-s, moianeholy eyes. 
Rich and famons, he is a wre'ched man. 
A man of strongest pas-ions, and aflections, 
wifel-.i^.s, chil iless — what are liehes or fame 
lo liim ? In his home in Phil.id-. liihia, 
han;.;8 a picture of two little children ; one 
bathir.g her naked feet in a brook, tlie other 
stepping out with the .-uallgtit hilling on 
her head. They tell of ihi?, man how for 
hours how he shuts liimsel; away, gizingon 
this pictnrp. No child-V'icc' rain mdody 
through these worsf than des.rte.l hails. 
The man must have something child-likc iu 
his nfttiiie who can thus .-lek solace loi* its 
hopelcs- de.s(»lation. Heie sits Senator 
Line of I;;diana, a quiet man, who wakes 
np to fiery e'oqnencn : a pat'ioi who woild 
sacrifice iiira-eli and all that lie has lo; his 
coiintry, and here his wife, whos.i ample 
brow, a'ld c'f.ir brown cy'S b ar ihe iii^ig- 
!)i,i of goodn^ss, as v.-cll as uilollect, A 
wi man to be trusted and sought as a 
(liend for the intrinsic qualities other own 
iialnre. A woman who will uik -your baud 
and accept you for yj'.ir own sake, if you 
are wor h accepting, without asking for 
yrar title- or ii-,quiring whether y'lu ever 
hail a relative who was !iun:r. At a neigli- 
boiing table is to be 'ccii Mr. Simonton, 
■Aic" correspondent of the New York Times, 
now one of the piopri'to s iind correspond^ 
ing editoi- of a loading Calitornia jonrnal. 
Mr. Simoriloij is :i hand-om. , daji.tr look- 
iiig man ; no lady's black hair has a more 
ceriain sclt'-ri Han', curl ; uoh 'dy's wif; is 
better dre-sed, or looks more comfortable 
— a lady developed in curves — not an angle 
to be Seen. 



by 

certain members of the Legislature. The 
S[>eaker made a roqui.-itiun upon the Gov- 
ernor for thirty soldiers to protect nis per- 
.son. The Governor dispatched a squad of 
die Dakota Volunteers to the .scene of dis- 
turbance, and the preseuce of the soldiers 
so. -u quieted the nerv( 3 of the "Ileenau- 
it^s." As soon as order was restored, Mr. 
I'iitify resigned his Speakership, and Mr. 
I'errin was elected to fid his place. We also 
learu from the same person,* that Mr. Piu- 
uey was a^^saullcd by John B. S. Todd, the 
d. legale in Congre!,.s. The ex Speaker dis- 
idayed the greatest generalship in the en- 
gagement, and cans', d the blood to evacuate 
from Todd's nasal organs in " double 
quick," a (a Bui! Run. If the abovj is 
true it is i.'ert.ii;ily humiliating to the people 
to .see their delegate in (i^ongretiS taking pu 
gilistio exercises, a la Ileenan, and their 
law makers practicing the same art, which 
tlu y should pass striugent laws against. 
Our inloormiiut slates that considerab'o ex- 
citement prevailed when he Ielt. We give 
the above lo our readers as we received it, 
not vouchinc tor the truth of the same. — 
Dakota Republican, April Vlik. 

FOUR FliET TEN. 

TO H. O. -M. 

Came 11 child to strangers Norland, 
With golden hair, and very dear 

To parent aged, (a loving guardian, 
W .lb bilvercd lucks of many a year.) 

Autumn with Spring, silver with gold, 
And " sweetest eyes were ever seen;" 

Child so fuir can few behold, 
While staudiug only /(?«/• /«e^ ten, 

liriefily, this child so very brief 
The yoke of parents' cares would fain 

Lighten in uhde, with glee, not grief, 
Iho' measuring simply four feet ten. 

Si. i-'aiil, April :i3, 18t>2. * 



HOT KL8, SALOONS, &C.; The Old Established 



Vlitit l>oor Kant of ^lit I»o»i omec 

JOHN B. LAHR, Proprietor. 

MR. I,AIII'., formerly of ihti "dur Hoa»e," re- 
spectfuUy aunounces t» his old friends and aU other 
men— no b.jys in— tliat be in now lairty under way ; 
and proclaims that b« will furnish as good ao KYE 
OPENER as " any other man" in this city. 

A variety of reading matter can always be found 
on >lr. tAlir'B tablew, also htationery, kc. feH.ly 

MINNESOTA~HOUSE, 

M. POTUIESEK, Pmprlctor, 

Corner 5th * V^abashnw strocts, St. Paul, Minn. 

This house is the most centrally located in the city, 
w ownel and conducted by the uud-r.'.i-ned, who, 
troui long experience, feels compelnnt to give entire 
satiHtaction It all who may favor the 

MINNESOTA HOUSE 

with their patronage. 

Comfortable and commodiou.s stables are attached 
to I a« house 

B.)ard by the day or week at prices corresponding 
Willi the times. n. POTGIESER. 

dfc3-ly. 



/ 



WHOLi'iJAi.E AND KKTAIL 



CROCKSR! HOUSE 



UKllOEKlES. 



O*' 



SE.\l)3 (5KEI1TING TO HIS CCSTOMEKS IN 

MINNESOTA, IN L'AKOTA TERKITO- 

RY, ANU BEY'OND THE ERUISH UNE. 



It U S I .^' fi s s 



L. it C .1 A * 



Olr nkxt Iron Cl.ad Monitor. — Tl,<j 
iron dad steam sioop-of-war Galena will 
be towed to the yarrl to morrow. She was 
to have arrived there last week ; but, 
owing to some .slight alterations, she will 
not he ready until then. Siic is to be 
armed and equipped forthwith. The Galena 
i'' one ot the three iron clad vessels con- 
tracted 'or by the Secretary of the Navy 
und. r authority of the act of Congress np- 
prov.a August 3, 1861. The oiher two 
are the Monitor and Kensington. Of the 



Al'UlL.— Hkal ihb Sick.— Diseases of the Bowels 
and Si'imach are always caused by Urge deposits of 
hinltut I'laUer, left by bid or impure blood in those 
iniiortrnt organs, and the poisonous material in this 
vaj.itudblood, actinij on the fiy>tem, makes it too weak 
to throw otf this matter by the natural channels, or 
if any is carried jolf it is a very emaJ portion. So 
aii.^f I'iirrbta andi!y»entery, cole, cosiiveuess, bad 
brt-'.lh, indise^tion, nausea, loss oi appetite, belching 
of wiiid off the st'imach, etc. To cure at these •' the 
blood is the life," and mu.st be perfectly pure and 
clcuu, tueu y.iu cannot be siik. A thort use of JUl>- 
SON\S MOrXT.iW HKRB P1LI.S v ill deli-ht you. 
Y.!u wiU fe<.l with surprise their migb'y power, and 
be williug tof.-xy with the red man of the West, truly 
thpy are the '• m'ghty healer."' 

Sill by all Jle.liciue dealers. apjs 

. DiPfiiKRl.v .v\D Crocp.— Eor these formidable and 
dangerous disoases, Trask'.s Macrnotic Ointment is an 
uufai',ingreaiedy,ii used in season. Apply freely to 
the Til .-..at and Chest and cover wiih a hot flannel. 
This ointment has be n before the public over twenty 
ye.<c.i, and iU constintly increasing d niand has es 
ti-Wisb' d its reputiti.Ju as a superior Liniment in ail 
ca'Bi; wiicrea soothing and relaxing rera'dy is requir- 
ed, paili'jularly in RheumKtism, Neuralgia, liiHam- 
aiulun 0'' the BotvpIs and Kidneys, Spinai affections, 
So."e I/ye*, Burns, Piles, rt'oua.ls iiad Bruises. 
S.)M by all Druggists— prxa 25 cts. marl3d&w 



t'lMOIN HALJ^, 

tt V U JB O It a Mi tt Mi .V x , 

Who has removed his well known establishment 
froci the basement to tlie first floor. Hib Hall is fitted 
up in a flrst class style and tae bar is stocked with 
the finest imported Linuor.s aud Wmes. Lill's XXX 
Stoiik Ale, and Pittsburgh Ale and Porter. His No. 1 
Oysters ure served up in a good stylo for the lo«- price 
of enly 30 cents per dozeu. Rememl>er the UNION 
HALl, below Davenport's Book Store, Third street. 

f27-dly 

PITTSBURGH 
Ale and Porter Depot, 

JJCKSaJS" at. BKTW HMW 5IA K Glh. 

M. DOKNIUiBiN. 

Has just rt-ceived a splearlil stock of the above. 
Ales and Horter. which he will warrant superior to any 
in the city, and wiU s.'ll cheap for cash, by the barr*l, 
halt barrel, bo'tle or gUss. 

Also a flue stock of Liauors and Cigars at whole- 
.<air! :.n'! rorsil. n'lV'iiS: Iv 



FOR SALE. 



The Second Auiiiial Report 

OF THK 

COMMISSIONER OF STATISTICS 

Is for sale at>is office at the Capit.d, or at the Book 
Stores in St. Paul. Orders by mail must be ad; 
dressed to the undersigned. 
lYice — f >vftring the cost ot publishing and mailing — 
35 CENTS PEK COPY. 
J. A. WHEELOCK, 

Comtaissioner of Statistics. 
March 10, 1862. roarll :3m 



i«6a. 



1862. 



1863. 



Throat a.vd Lungs.— At this season of the 
year, when oougbs aad colda are troublesome, 
every family should have a safe and certain 
remedy ui baud, tiansoui's Ilive Syrup and 
1.S ttie» very thiuir. It is not ouly pleas 



Tolu 



NKCESSirY 



FOK .V 



BANKKIJPr 



It will b.' a irreat public misfortune ii 
Congress .'honid adjourn without pa'^sing a 
jaiiieiousand will guard d bankrupt !iw. 
A great portion ol the very best business 
talent in ihe country is b"und hand and 
loot. 'I he community is depriv. 1 of the 
advautHges wiiieh it ought to reap from the 
ent rprise, capacity, and experience oi the 
ini n who, a few years ag'\ gave life, im- 
pulse and aelivity to the commerce ot the 
_ country. It is not in eonsequ nee of dis 
last and were <hot through the he^id,^ honesty or mismanagement that these men 

"~ " " '"^ "^ are unable to meet their obligations, but 

from widespread commeicial convulsions oc- 
casioned by political or other causes beyond 
their control. It is not only better for 
th'' country in general, but better lor the 
creditor class, that these insolvent debtors 
should be set free from th" load under wl.i h 
their energies are crushed, and permitted to 
use their talents lor tl.e transaeiion of busi- 
ness, with reasonable hopes ol recuperation. 
A great portion of them, if they have a 
eh:i:ice, will again acquire property, and, as 
honorable men, wiii remember their former 
creditors. 

It is vain to expect that the business of 
the country can be conducted without the 
granting of creditors; but at present every- 
thin? stagnates because nobody knons 
whom"to trust. It is not sate to give cred- 
its to men who have cslablished no char- 
acter tor business capaeity and prudence, 
and the men who po.s.'^c.ss these qHalities are 
restrained Irom doing busin> ss by an over- 
hanging burden of debts, wtiich keeps them 
in the [>ower of their creditor^: without the 
slijrhtest prospect of benefit lo the Litter. 

No time could be more favorable than 
th' present for wipinij out old .^con^ and 
takmg a new start. VVnen the country 
emerges from the present derangement and 
stagnalion, it is desirable that the tic'Ids oi 
eiiterf)rise shall not be preoccupied b}' men 
of interior capacity, fiet iis adopt Na 
poleou's favorite miixim ol "the career open 
to talents," or as Carlyle happily translated 
it. "the tools to them that can handle 
them."— A'. Y. World. 

THE THIRD miNNESOTA HEGI- 
IWEIN r. 

Frinn ihfi .Vai'hvtlle f'ninn, IW/i. 

We have never seen a nobler or more 
soldierly looking body of men than this reg 
hs«nt, which paraded our .streets on Thurs 
diiyevinmg. They were men of fine, aiid 
power. 11. muscu'ar development and showed 
great exeelhnce in military di-cipliiu. We 
felt proud of the brave f-liows ns they 
niovtd along under Ihe "Star Spangled 
Banner ' to the sound of martiid mu.-ie. 
We were told that as they passed through 
the streets an old trentlem lU. a h'ghly re 
spectab^e citizen of Nashville, whose son is 
a distinguished officer in the (Jonfederatc 
army, burst into tears and exclaimed, •' Mv 
God ! Can any one look on these men, 
and believe that they have left their homes 



ant ibi- children to take, bnt is a certain eure 
fir Croup, Whooping Uongh, Broncbilis, Asth- 
ma, coughs, aad all aflectious of the Throat 
und Lungs. 
.Sold l)y all Druggists. Price 25 centa. 

I'Ri.jTK Mn.Li.vERv.— Mrs. M. L. STOAKES respect- 
ful y announces to the ladies ot St. Paul and vicinity, 
that she is prepared to make all kind.s of flLK AND 
Sra.AW B'J.VNETS at hir p. irate re.sidcncii on Wash- 
iugtou street, in the rear of Ih^ City Hall. My atten- 
tion will be giren entirely to Millinery, and, with many 
years' experience, I flatter mvBe'f I cannot fail to 
please tbe most fastidious. 

A le»iidso?u> as.-ortment of Featliers, Flowers and 
Bibboo.-, will be kept constantly on hand and no pains 
will be .s]iared to have the latest patterns. 

N. B. Sly general day of opening will be on Thurs- 
day, Msy 1st. In the nieautime I am prepared to do 
Spring work. Bleaching and Pressing, and all kinds 
of repairing done on the .shortest notice. marl9.3ni 



Important to Shippers 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Paul lor the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE 

RAILROAD, 

And also for the 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS 

Would respectfully call your attention to the supe- 
rior advantages oflered by them over any other com 
peting lice. 

TtlROUOH CONTKACTS 

Will be given to all pomts East. 
ALL CLAIMS FOR OVERCH.\RGES OR DAMAGES 
WiU be settled upon presentation. 

We will also have the agency ol 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

Oil the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The Lacrosse and Milwaukee Line receive and for 
ward all freight FKEE OF WAREHOUSE CHARGES 
AT S.UNT PAUL. 

49 MERCHANTS who design visiting the East tor 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain FULL 
PARTICULARS. 

J. C. & U. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Bt. Paul, Feb 26, 1862. feb2«:d&wy 

MW sprTng'stocl 



That being one of the Oldest Bitinesg Houses io 
the State, (the pretent being tht eleveutk year of 
itsexLst^nce,) R. MARVIN fotls confideut that he 
need not urge its claim* on the public pationage. 
The extent of country over whici its business has 
spread ,s the best proof that its ci aims are not nn- 
reookuized. The unwavering de .ermination which 
he has Ielt tince the crisis, and in the hardest times, 
to maintain his business uni place it on a par with 
similar establi.hments in the largest cities of the 
West, have been so fully appreciate.! by the mer- 
chants of the State, that he feels bound to ledouble 
his efforts, not only for the benefit of his business, 
but tor the pride he feeli in his adapted city. 

Mr. R. would call on the citizem of St. Paul, and 
especially the old lesidents who r* member " the day 
of small things," not to forget th»t he still has a. 

H E r A I L 1 S G DEfARTMENl 

tor everything in his line, iniiludiog also. 

Carbon Oil and Lamps 

OF EVERY KIND, 

CHIMNEYS k WICKS, 
OIL CANS, &C., &c., &c., 

A Fine Stock if 

FHEIvCH CMINA, 
FINK AND COMMON TAULK tlTLKBY 

A I.arge Stock ^f 

jnMauoHs tf £.ooMMJ\'>fi-aL.asi!(Mis. 

An Immense Stock of 
OL.ASSW/. KK. 

St. Paul. .lanuary,1862. ianlilyj 



S. K. 1^ U 1 N A M . 

OORV! P 3rd A.VD MARKET STREETS ST. PAUL, 

WHOUBiAH A.Ml K«TAtt DKALKB JS 

FAMILY GROCKRIES 

AMD 

PROVISIONS. 



Keepa consUntly on hand a full ftock of CUoioe 
Gwids ouited to this market, incluling Flour, Corn 
Meal, BuukHriieat Flour, Fresh RoU, Jar and Fi.kin 
Butler, Dr.ed Fruits of aU itinds, including a lars* 
quantity oi o • 

KASPBKUKIKS. 

Also W<)<^3ell Vlfijis, Roastt:! and GrwnOoflee. Spi- 
ces, ptcklr-s, OLoion Green ana aiack Teas, Sugar ol 
allGi-rtde^, and in fh in. everything usually found in a 
wellas'.r'ed esublishmenl. to which he inviUiB the 
especu-l aiti-nUon of all whs wuat NICEGOOD>, AT A 
FAlRPP.irt. D0v.'2;ly. 

J. B. SLICHTER" 

DKALRK LV 

F H 111 i i y G r o c e 1* i e !< 



i^Rovisioisrsi 

AGENOV V'V THE CELEBRATM DUNDAS MIIX 
KIxjUK 

COUN/iR 'th AND JACKSON HTHKSIS, 

Opposite Int«mational Hot«I 



GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE TO ANY 
PART OF IHF CITY. 



^H HOXKS CMIOMCK UJiJIinVnGM 

^^^^ theeae, for sale cheap by J. B. SIJCHTER, 
^ Corner 7th and .Jackson. 

»JU^JBf:T JJX'Mt i'lJItMiuilnTciMtMiH. 

*^-* .lust iec-«-ived aui l.^r sa.e by liie barrel aud gai- 
'->": at fcLlebTEK'S, 
Ooruer 7th aad Jackson 



o 



APRIL TENTH. 



A NEW LOT OF 



SPRIG DRESS GOODS 



a Ui..; l<..t oi p'resii (Jnn and r're^ervi-d Fruit« 
*' '^l.lCHTKK's! 

•tJi OOtfl i^t*i'MUti VOMPHtSiJ\'U 

"'"f^'^'^'all the choice and favorite biaudu 
Als.ja tm,3 lot of pare Turkish i^mofcing, anJ fine 
cut Cliewing Tobacco — the BEbT in the city— lor sale 
at pnctfh to .,Hii the limes, at bLICHTI'K'S. 
Oppo^itethe Intei-national Hotel. 

MMf WOU JUMi MJyr lf^J\'T OJJ- Ji 

-■• supply (;f Family Grociries, call at the corner of 
7th aud J .ekson streets, wh^re you will find the best 
-elected .-lock i.t Family l^roceries iu tbe city, and 
where vi.ur waaln will k>e supplied at prices to suit 
the l i uie . ^iiovi2-ly . 

•^11 B^iHiiKLS OM' TUMi BMiST .MJV~ 

•*^' li explosive, ctraw colored Carb<^n Od, at 
UJMPiriinO.N l-KICEs.,bv the barrel and gallon, at 
SMCtHT R'S 

g^KKSII OirSTMiKS UJiCMil^'y.U Mf 

-•- Ex|. -^-K daily— Malliiy'h celebrated Pearl Oy«- 
tere — !or sale by the case oi can, at the lowfsi rates, 
at SL'i HT^.KS. 

150 Barrels 
COARBF oc FINE SALT. 



TifE iuimeiise .St >cU o: millinery and cy articles 
ju.-.toii-ne.l at DOG.VN'8, above tiie Bridge, Third 
htreul, St Paul, wUfre the wax la'ty it in the window, 
doD'i Ifiok like hard tim-s. For quantity and styles, 
it is unparalleled in the West. They have added a 
full liue of dress and housekeeping goodx, cloaks, 
shawls, embroideries, hosiery, gloves, trimmings and 
orcaTiients of every description. Pilea of cloths and 
fancy clo.'Uiing. Indies acknowledge the designs su. 
perb aai) prices moderate. octIC 



Uro.i.v'a Millinery and Dry Goods Rooms are crowd 
ed daily Vh-iy are seli;ns a choice stock of Dry Good 
receivi'd frtim Xew Y.jrk, at cost (all new aad pretty) 
Kilh au immense stock of bonnets, ribbons , laces and 
Millinery goo-ls of every deacriptiou I'las than cost. 
Bleached linens, shirt bosnia.s and white goods in any 
quantity are Kellin? right alonj:— embroideries at a 
sacriCce. Parasols, fans, lace mits and summer goods 
generally at what any respectable easterner is willing 
to aivc. Price not the ol>ject— they must get money. 
Ladic.^, now is the time to buy. The store is No. 2 
ttf-dgers' Block, above the brilge. Third street , St. 
Paul, opposite the Express Office, where the wax lady 
in the wiadow. 

r^XD FOR Sai-b of Exchajkgk.— 1080 acres in Mower 
county, well adapted for sheep and stock, low lor 
cash, or for good unencumbered property m St. Paul, 
or a tarm in its vicinity. .Addre.ss B.;x 1892, St. Paul 
Post Office. nov3 



OcK H.ira?;, Third Stbbkt, Oppositb Armory Hai. , 
H. y, E VirT,Proprieor.— This old e.stablished house 
in in fall opeiatinu, and is pr.-pared to furnish meals 
at all hours of the day tr night. The bar is supplied 
with the very b<»st Liquors. The larder is always 
ui'. Oysters at 25 and 30 cents per dozen. Hot 
Cofr'>e, Steaks, Ue. &o. Give me a call. 

fel»26:Uy H. V. E. VTT. 



»w#.vjv*;.«iir»T.ir 

MaU., PACKEt, 



MiyMiR 



A N T E L, O P K , 

FROM .SALVT PAUL TO LOUISVILLE, 

I II~?] !i ^ ^'** "^"" ''"''y between the above named 
J||gi|M^ poiuts, Waving Carver at 5,Ciiaska nt 6, 
^^^^^^^and Shakojieeat 7 o'c'ock, nrri'ing at 
.St I'ai i in tmip to conuect with the LaCrosse, Prai- 
riniu Ciiien, Dubuq 'e and fiuoieith line ot packets. 

Leavt s M. Paaii, l^jwer Levee at 2 : Upper l.evee, at 
2>i P. M. .GEORGE HuUGHToN, Master. 

apr22:')m 

St. Paul. Shakopec, Cnrvcr and Chaska 
EXPRESS PACKF^T. 



Tlic FAST and LIGHT DRAUGHT steamer 
CLAKA HINK 

Will mike daily trips (Sanday exr;epted) between St. 
Paul and Carver, touching at a 1 intermediate land- 
ings. WlUairiveal St. Paul at 9>i o'clock, A M., 
an '. leave the lower levee at two o'clock, P.M., and 
the upper landing at 2>ii P. M. 

Passengers traveling by this boat will be in time to 
take the morniug packets for points down the river. 

St. Paul, AprU 21, 1862. . apx22r4tiD 



For sale by 
JanSillf. 



E. & H. Y. BEI L. 



CHA3 W. WOOHT. 



■. T. aUOCArLKY 



I am prepared to e.xhibit a desirable stock of 

Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, 

At prices that will not fiil 

TO aiVE SATISFACTION, 

Conseistiug cf 

DRES8 GOODS 

In great variety. 

Shawls, 
Dusters, 

Embroideries, 
Hair Nets, 
Hosiery, 
Gloves, 

MEN'S WEAR, 6c o. 
CALL AND SEE GOODS & PRICES, 

At the new store of 



A. S. ELFELT, 



aprir:lm 



next door to Pioneer ofhce. 



NE^\^ sua A.KS I 



COOLEY, TOWER & 00. 

Afe just in receipt, per steamer Milwaukee, of their 
first inf-tallment of 

GROCERIES, 

Including SEVENTY-FIVE PAOKACKS of assorted 

P . K . O O B^ F E E , 

CRUSHED & GRAN. SUGARS, 

At low figures for cash 
»prl9:lw 

jr Mi O JV.M Mt It K S Mr JE M M B , 

fcB U I L D E K S . 

stop in old Baptist Church Building ,'on Fifth street 
near Jackson. AU kinds of Carpenter Work done to 
orSer. 



JfM. 



m B K MB Mi , A BCa MT B CT. 

iGBce in same building as l.«onard % Shehre's 
Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, near Jackcon. Oe- 
Bijju, Plana, and Speeifloations for Baildings of every 
^•paired OB abort notioe. MlS-ly 



AT 



HOGAN & ( AMP'S. 

GILBERT HUBBAR9 &00. 

SHIP CIIANDILEKS, 

SAIL MAKERS, 

Wholesale .tnd retail leaier. in 

TWINES ANn CORDAGE, 

405 ami •Hi! Water Strtef, 
CHICAGO, ILL., 

iCouM cill pirticulu- attention of the tiade tooir 
stock, as we at all tinios li «■•( x\w U'i;»st and 
best Bssortn ent in the West of Manilla and Tarred 
Rope, Jlitchiu!; Ropes, Bi«s. B»r;ing and Bnr'.aps, 
Can vas , Oak u m , Tar , Pitch , C haii i i a nd Tackle Blocks , 

(OAL TAR ROOFING, PITCH & FELTING, 

F?ed Cords, Clot!:fes Lines Brooi-i Twines all qualities, 
Wrapping Twines in bundles or bxrrels. Belt and Sash 
Cor;s, Nets and .seiues. 

COTTON, FLAG AND HEMP TWINES 

<if every descrip ion. 

TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! 

O! every kind. 

TARPAULINS AND WAGON COVERS 

Made in any quantity at short notice. 

REGIMENTAL COLORS. STANDARDS, FLAGS, 

GUIDONS, &c. A:c. 

Of Silk or Bunting, as per Army RcguUtl< na. con- 
stantly on hand and made to onleV. mai3o:d2m 

MILL FURlS'ISHINa. 



CHICAGO BRANCH OF JOHN T. NOYE'S 
OLO BUFFALO MILL FURNISHING ES- 
TABLISHMENT, ESTABLISHED 1834. 



JOHK T. NOYE, 

FLOUR PACKER, 

Manufacturer ef every description of 

MILL MACH.IIsTERY 

AND 

French Burr M:L11 Stones. 



IMPROVED CENTRE VENT TURBINE WA- 
TER WHEELS 
Fitted with Cast Steel or Boiler Iron Buckets, war- 
ranted to produce a high per cen age of power. 

IMPROVED SMUT MACHINES AND SF.l'AR.VTORS 

OAT AND GRAIN SEPAKATURS. 

John T. Noye'8 Improvf'l Centrifugal, Feedinp, Flour- 
ing anO Grist Mli.^. 

CAST STRKL MMi'.L PlCkii. 

Also, DUFOUR & CO.'s CELEBRATED 

Anchor Brand JBoltiii^ Clotli 

MILL CASTINGS.— The eatire Machinery of 

Mil s, from the Miiallest Ca.stiu{< to the wliole ar- 
rangement for the largest cla-s of Flouring Mills, at 
much less cost than is u-ual will be furoianed at my 
Manuafctnrv, and Branch at Chic»go, HI. 
JOHN T. NOYE. Buffalo, N. V. 

WSL. F. NOVE, Agent. 
28 Market street, Llnd s Block, Chicago. 
JoHS WKBtiTKK, Millwright. aprll^m 

J. C. tH, C. BCRBINK &Co., Agents at S». Paul 

NEW CUSTOM 

Boot and Shoe Store. 



I liave opened a first class BOOT AND SHOE STORE 
in the Phenix Block, second d irr from the Bridge, 
where I shall be pleased to see al ef my old friends 
and customers, pledging myself I.) sell as low i,g g^y 
other hf<use in the city. 

The custom department will be under the snperris- 
ion of Mr. J. SHEILER, whose reputaton is wel 
established for being the best boo:m»ker in the city. 

All work warranted. 

E. E. HUGHSON, 

iaar22:dly Agent. 



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THE STONE 



STORK 

On Wabashaw street, near Third, Irom May Igt, ISftJ, 
for one or a term of years. Also to lease lots on the 
Levee, Wabashaw and Third streois. 

SPENCER II CARVER. 
AprU lOth, 1M9. apU.lm lacvraoU'* Blo«k« 



C. W. WOOLLEY &CO., 

/.OWEH LSVEE, SAINI I'AVL 

F OK WA.R D I NO^ 

A. Ml 

Commission Merchants, 

OEA LiETiS IN aRGCKKIESi 
G;IA IN, PROVISIONS, LIMF &C., <S.C. 

AM.' 
i O B N 1 S FOR 7 a M 

(LUNOIS CEISTRaL RAlLROAi> 

/PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 

David.scn's Lint- of SlPKiijerh. Minnesota River, 
Northeru Trai, 'portation tVnupany from the Eiast ., 
Exoelsior '• Young Auierita." Cttm Cobb Mill, 
Wfiodward's t-'mutteraud Separator, 
Keroset»e Oil Company of -V'ew > ork, 
Coutrat :s f.ii Trai Nptiitstioa between St. Paul, Bos 
i-in, V<.\% i.n^Uud, Vuc-ilna;, .\'i.w York and all puinta 
Kast, liiPdt- upon the lowei-t an.l m.ist favorallelerraf 
••/ the Norsheru Tran portation Company 
Mark uacl^R^ee, 

" WOOU.FY A: 00. 
St. VAiru 

For 

J«.r.i:!rv I l<«6t— dir 

J.iPANESE WHEAT. 

A NkW KiVD of RRaIV j X;1WX AS Japavksh Whsat 

H lUrK-'Dl-CU) TO THK Pi aUC ASD l-AKiltRS 

OF MlV.va-'UTA, 

F!y the .■'ii'^scribers, who have grown it on their place 
U.st yea: . This remarkable Wheat is amazingly pro- 
liuclive, producing over oi.e hundred bu-heis lo the 
acre, it matures in leveuty days from the time it is 
lor.n, and we.eha fiitv mk pounds to the I'Ukhel 
The Leads oi the grain averai^e ten inche*? in length. 
I ripens whil- the leaves and stalk are green. The 
stalk \f SI strong that it nevtr lodges durn^ the most 
BeT«'re Morms. It will fatten hogs as wel as corn, 
aad at le s tii»n one half ol the expense It produces 
from thie<» to six tons of fodder to ihe acre fully 
equal to Uie best timothy or clover hay Its nutri- 
tious quH ities are such th-it a'i kinds of stock prefer 
i; t anv of the gra«-cs u.~ed i.'r lodder, after a very 
large pr.'p'>i'tii n oi the grain is threkiie \ off. It will 
siand the mo^t B»'vere Oiouth. it is excelleut for 
f .fdnig { o'lltry. It yields thirty {lounds of Fionr lo 
tbe biisiiel. 

Pri(;e— 'JVE DOLL4R per package, with full diree- 
ttons. 

i^fiiu.- paska,fe sown as directed, will produce 
enough i-L-ed to raise next year from 600 to 800 bush- 
olsof fe Wheat. 

Sold by the following Agen'.s in St. Paul : 
R. (iallaway ; .'.0. Ra^uet & Co.; 

IVy fi. .Jenks ; :i..« Wei<le a Bros.; 

B. I'resley : E. W. Eddy ; 

Beaumont & Gordon. 

For gale in Minneapolis by W. H. Leonard & Co. 
Grefly t. Gray ; O. M Lirawav: Keliv k Bro. 

M Anthony— tbarles Crawford, T F. &U.H.An 
drcws. 

j6^Por«ions living at a distance can be supplied 
with a pa.'kagc per mail, by sending a d.illarand four 
ptii a^» n^aiups enclose : in an envelope, addressed to 
K. GaLLAWAY, St. Paul, or W. H. LEONARD, Min 
neaiioiie 

II. & F.. JACKSON, 

fjibT— d*.w3ra Ijike MinDetonka. 

St. Paul Chair Factory. 

GALLEY k JANSEN, 

Manutactui'crs and Wholesale and Retail dealen ia 

CHAIRS 

OF J VERY DESCRIPTION, 
Wabamhanttrttt, hel. 5th V 6tA, St. FmuU 



We are prepared to supply the trade with the very 
best qualify of work, made under our personal sopr^r 
vision, and 

WA a UA ,VTMl M» SVFMiBMOMi 

To any miTiifuclured in the Stale. 

Twelve yM!.s experience in this trade eoablei na to 
do good »o(k ift good style. 

We refer to the following principal Cabinet dealer* 
of Si. Paul, who aell our work in prefercnoe to that 
or other mauufacturers, fur the reason that they cod- 
iider ours the best. 



J. Prip.iroi'e, 
F HllHbrand, 
J. Itoni-v. 



J. A. Stees, 
J. S. Denniton. 

fe^21;d*wly 



MADAME ANDREWS, 

One of the best 

CLAIKVOYaNT.S k FORTUNE TELLERS 

in the United States, can be consulted for a short time 
at h'-rreslleuce on Eighth utreet, between Wabashaw 
am". 8t. Peter, nam" on the door. 

Terms — Clairvoyant Examinations, $1 ; Past, Pres- 
ent and Future f/idit-s, ;25 cents. Gentlemen, 60 oenta 

Hours from » A. M. to 9 P. K. apr2«D^ 

UNION HOTJEL., 

JH, i.VMtBJ\'aXMJIIBU, rr»prUt«r^ 

COR. ith * WABASHAW ST3. ST, PAUL. 
GOOD ST A BUNG ia ouanection with the Hoiu*. 

This house has be»n built this summer, is fitted uy 
and furnisboil Id the hw* style, and n prepared to 
acoomni<slatc travelers and b arders on reasooabla 
ierms. 

4K|- Boar.l h? ib« day or week at )ov a* any otter 
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THK SAINT PAUL PHRSS, TUESDAY. 



APRIL 29, 1862 



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BXJiiB^ ^ K\S iSTAGES. 



u^iK9 oar jinvKHTiai.\-*i 

8T. PAIL DAILY AND WEKkLY FKK8S. 

LtoiAI. Al)VKKTl.--h.MliM"S, 
ri'HLumci) ON(-« A WBitK, UTUiat i> daily ok wujily 

^irsl lns«»rti>>ii ...75 C*>Dt^ p«r Square. 

Kach subs*qu«!nt insertioti . o7 >, " 

!*<al .\iivertis»i»<-nt.-i published at the expense of 
Ihe .llU'ruey* ordennit, a.i.l not delavahie tor the le- 
pil iiriKooUiiigs. hulcu'lecUblf in avUiue.or ou ileliv- 
«rv ol *ffiditTit. l*'ibUsh«ni luit acci>untable (or the 
»ccaracv of l>^.il ;i.lvertiM>meal» lK7ond the amoiiut 
ehHt-j^eJ for tlieir publicatuin 

.v.lverLi*«m^;ul^ |>ubhHhei'. lu both the Uailj aud 
Wftfkly will be ch-irge-l the fill daily rates with one 
bai< the weekly mte* adJeil. 

Adv.'iti.-ieiue'ii'^ leale.i itn.l |»l»cea under the head 
of i^l'ocial Notices, if tea '.iut>s or over, will be charged 
doi'-ule the usual lalps ; if utiaer that amouut, til'ly 
ovntit lor each inx'riioc. 

V.Mrir adverti.-trs to pay quarterl.'. . 

A !»erti-ie[uent-, tcr a l«»s time than three ntonths, 
to br< paid iu a-lT.-iace- 

4t|r V UauM'M, Rmi , at Minue.tpoUs. and VVifT- 
■UKse O'Biiiwi, Ks.1 . at >l. Auiliouy.willact as A>{''nt« 
in >-iic'.il.ituii{ the lUlLV PKKfi 111 iheir refpective 

tOWUK. 

4^ lHscredile<l Illinois and Wi.-con.sm currency 

een: to us hereafter wiU be received uuly at the rates 

»t whicli we can deposit it, and credit will be given 

•"^cnJingly. 

^ — » • 

t>o»t UlUce, Si. Paul, I*ltiiii«:aola. 



jrnci BuuBd. 
i.'a wee« a»yi> tr«m / I'clock a x. to " o'clock P M 
i.>u ianaayit,lroui \i o'ai^ck Jt. to 1 o'clock »•. M. 

tiolK-S or AKKIVAl. AJID DBfAlOl'RK 09 THB MAILS. 

St. I'aul to La Crjsae, caxryinj lae eautem and 
«Ou..itTii mail. 

L,«iTo« daily, except Fri'1»v , at 6 a x. 

.\criv.'rt daily, excep'Tuesilay, at ye. M. 

-~'.. Paul to t'"all.'» V.' .-St. Croi.x, Wisconsin, Tia dtill- 
wa'.ff. Waves daily, except Sunday, al 7 a. M. Arrives 
daily, exoept Sunday, at I'J X. 

St Paul o Crow Win<c, (Cpper MissisMippi river,) 
leaTxa iliily, eKoepl SunJay, for St. Autbouy auJ Miu- 
neapuL^atS a. m. audJ f. m. 

.>t. Paul t*> St. Cloud and Crow Wing, Monday 
Wedueslay an.l Friday, at o a. M. 

.irriv-.sd*ily, excejjt Sunday, from St. Anthony an 
liinut'apolii>at ti P X. 

Arrives irom ."»t. Cloud Tuesday , Thursday an 
Saturday, at 7 p. Ji. 

llaiU lor Fort Abercronibie. Breckinridge, &c , ou 
lU 1 Kiver.areduptlched on Vlunday and Friday, at 

» A 1 

->•. I 11. t" South Bt'nd, MinnesoU* river, leaves dai- 
ly, ex rep'. Stiud.iys, at 8 A. X. Arrives dady, except 
»(imlav, at 5 P.M. 

- I'liil to Xorthtield, carryiui; luiid lor Faribault, 

'.iia &c. , leave.s M.>nday , Wedaevlay and Friday. 

■a. Arrives, Tu-6lay, Thursday and Saturday, 

«t 1 ' '• 

S; . '." l>ecorah, Iowa, via Gannon Falla, Roch: 
w«'.?T,.Si .;.'»Tes Monday and Thursday, at 7A.X. 
Axrivcs at .-^t. Paul, Wednesday aaa S.iturday, at 7 

-*?. Paul to Suporior, Wisconsin, leaves Monday and 
to .-sunrise city only, thursday, at .i am. Arrives 
luc'.iv, and from Sanrise city only, Saturday at 6 

r. s:. 

-i Paui toSparta,Wis.,TiaHudson, eave. Tuesday, 
Xliiirh-iiy am! Satur'.ay. at 8 a. m. 

Arrivei* Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 P x. 

r^t. I'auI to Cottage Grove, via Newport, itc, leaves 
liatar '.ay, at 1 P. x .Arrives Saturday, at \'l x 

St Paul to Red Win^, supplyiag Pine Bend and 
Niuin^er, leaves Wednesday al 3 A M. ArrivesTues- 
.lliV at d P. M. 

E.idtern mail clo.se-i at 7 P X. 

Mai la leaving before 7 o'clock a x. , close at 7 P x. 

All olhurs Cio.'e half au hour before the •ime of 
•tatting 

The postal^ upon all transient printed matter, for- 
■i^ au'i di'inetii;, and upon all letters, foreign and 
domeHtic, is bow re«iuire>l to be fully prepaid by Unit- 
ed -StateH postiik,e ntJimps, except iu oa.ses where pre- 
paviuei't on letti rM, fcc., to foreign cuuutries is opti- 
onal am', t'ne se,i!.i.s do not wi.sh to prepay. 

Persona mailing letters, newspapers, &c., whether 
Coracstic or to f'lveiijn countries, should therefore <■»- 
Mrtati: at the ollice of mailiue, the exact postage 
to i-i! :ii c-ise. ;inil afflx United States postage staiups 
O ■".. ' -'La- -o prepay the full postage thereon. 

''rf.A.S. NlCriOU-*, Postmaster 
■■. . , '■•.• J. IX'l 



15()()lvS&^TATl()N^:RY 

"DANIEL D. MERRILL. 



iVHUI.es vLK AND RETAIL DKALEK IN 



BOOKS & STATIONER y^ 



ST. PAUL, 


MINN. 




O'xA BKUMS M*^PMR, 
/wOV and Ruled. 


pi^ijy 


'^ and I'en'-ils to suit all 


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__,/« LJBUK STOCK 

•'^■- A-^D AC'dUNT liiKiKS 



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Of BM^JVH 
Of SCHOOL, 



IWOKS, 



/« LJiRHIS JLOr OM-' WJLL PJi- 

•^K PKK CHriAP. 

/m l^ROK tjOT OJP .msCBLl^m 

•» N&jUS ART[CI>8 also Picture, Play, Toy 

and .<?h-r Children's Books. 

4^Country Custom respectfully -iiiicited..^|r 

D. D. iTIKlCKILL.. 



ra^UJi F£,JCB TO ttBT TUB BBST 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

For IiiJantry, Cavalry aud Artillery, is at 

. ■?(■.;< WS:R«ri.I,'S .sniitK. Third Street. 



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S UOO/t JS .1.\-'ir—'PBRJ/JJPS 

BET TEK ! 

The celebrated Writing Fluid of Wm. Manlius 
SmiLh ii uon- offere-l tor sale in Mi mesota D. D 
IIKHKILL, St. Panl, is our Agent. 

This Ink has been tb>T<>!igIily tested, and is now 
use 1 by B inkers, Riiiroil officers, Stat" liegislatures, 
an.l by business men throughout the country. 

Arnold's Fluid is uo better, but being subject to 
Ikigh t < riff, is more expentfive. 

Americans ^hou'd a.se this Ink, lecanse, 1st, It is 
»« ^nod as any. ind. It costs less. 3d, You should 

PATROnIzK "HOME INDUSTRY." 

Tho'-e who wish samples, can have them free of 
charge, by callini; on our Agent, D. D. MERRILL, 3d 
atreet, near the Bridge, St. Paul 

SMITH & BROWNWELL, 

)an21d6m. Manufacturers, Manlius, New York 

JUf J. BttJMJVJIRJO «■ CO.'S 

m: I L iL, s , 

aiTVAlKD oy PUALOirS tliEISK, WHERe 
THE STILLWATER ROAD CROSSES. 

This Mill i.i just completed, and is in good running 
order. Our machinery embraces all the latest im- 
provements, and was got np in the E.*st, without re- 
gard to expense. It has two run of Burrs, which 
will be kept running nij;ht and day, so that farmers 
eoming from a distance can be accommodated without 
much delay. 

The need of a first class Mill o thi< kind has long 
been felt by the citizens of St. Paul and vicinity. 
We have secured the services of .lames Craigie , who 
ba-s made mil ing the business of his Ufe,and in whom 
we can place entire confidence. 

All ki.ids of gram will be weighed when brought to 
the Mill, and also when taken away, if desired. We 
fwl confident in raying to the public that we can 
make a« good Fl'^nraud as great a yirld to the bushel 
aa aoy .Mill in Minnesota, ancl reapsctlully solicit a 
teir trial. 

Also a new Mill for grinding corn ia the ear. 

grf- All worli di.ne al tQis Mill is warranted 



WISCONSIN NURSERIES 



farmers and Ciardener^of tbe Kortltwest 

We call your attention to this Nursery, the stock 
which embraces everything in the Nursery line. I/>- 
eated on the hieh open prairie, the trees all grow 
with SHORT, SFOCKY BODIKi— set twice or three 
times over in the nursery. Owing to the perfect har- 
diness of ita trees, kc., the Stock is well adapted to 
the M>il and climate of 

THK NORTHWKST. 

Pleaie call and examine or send lor catalogue price 
liit. Orders solicited early, as those first reo«ived 
will first be tilled. 

G. W. BABCOCK, 

General Korthwe^tern Agent. 
Office inSewfni; Uaohioe Depot oppoirite Thompson 
Bros. Bank, Third street, St. Paul. 
feb4-<Hrwly 



WOOD YARD, 

CORNER OF JACKSON AND NINTH STS. 



DRY WOOD constantly on hand and delivered in 
any part of the city. Orders left at the yard, with 
Mr. Terry at the Post Office or at either of the Auc 
tiou Rooms, promptly attended to. 

°«»1*=^"> «B0. C. OTARBUCS. 



1861 wivTKH 1862 

ARKANUKlVlKJS T ! 
Miiiiit'sota Stas;o <'oni|mny, 

CAKRYlNW •niE 

NORTHWESTERN EXPRESS 

AND Till 

UNITED STATES MAIL. 



PRi)PK!tTOK«, 



J. C. 6URBANK & CO. 



JOHN L. MEflRlAM. 



The roads are well sio^-fcrd with Fir.-t Cla.ss H(>r»e8 
Concord Coaches, with cartid and exporiejieed iJri 
vers, all under the control of compiteut Agents. 



stniKDUJJi: 

OF DEl'AKTUKliS FROM SAINT PAUL 

For UastiUijs. i id \' n'g, Kfnie, \V i''a-liHW, Wino- 
na, La Crosse, (connectiiii; Willi th.» La tTosie aud 
Mil'.vaukee Kaiiroa'lj daily, at b o'cliK-kA. x. 

For St. Anthony and Minneapolis — iwice daily, al 8 
o'doc V A. X. , aud z y. m. 

For Man>>r,iin, .\uuka, Moutioelio, and -^t. Cloud — 
Moula;. s, Wednesdays and Fridays, at lo'o'.ocUa. m 

For Sauk Kapids, Btdle Piairie, ort Ripley and 
Cn w Wiug — Mondays and FriiUys, al 4 a. x. 

For Still water— Daily, at 8 A. M. 

For Ma'iue. Taylor's Falls and th" Fails of St ("mix 
— Moni'.ays aud Thursdays, al 8 o'uluo ^ a. x. 

For Superior — Every Monday, it 4 o'clock a. u. 

ForSunii.se, with connections at Bayliell — Every 
Monday aud fhursilay al 4 o'clock a m. 

F'lr Kichmond, -^a-.ik Centre, .Wxaudria, Pouinie 
de Terre, Hreckinri l;{e, and Fort -XbercromUie^ 
Mondays and Fridays, at 4 o'look A. M. 

For (ieorgetown. Pembini, Fort Garrv,aTid the Red 
River Settlement — Every Friday at 4 o'cloi^k a. u. 

Fir iurlher particulais en.iui-e at the (ieueral Office 
on Third street, rear the '' American," or at the Office 
o( tti" N -rth Western F.ipress Company. 

St Paul, Nov •.:4, 18bl. nov24.ny 

GOODS AT LA CROSSE. 



Mj-rch ints and others di'siriug koocj.s brought up i 
from La (Jrosse c '.a make special conlr.xct.s al 

L O W H 8 T KJTKS, 

on application to us. 

Special and lAiW rates will alao he given from ^■ew 
Yorix and Boston, by Expre.'s or iiy ''Merchant's 
Di atch." 

IjUwtHl ttatta Uicea on M''ui-ii 
ana other return freight. Ciill on us bf.^re mnking 
contracts. J. C. BURBANK A CO. 

UO' "^4 

'gtkfk KBOS SL'i^dtt UOVSti, tiOI,m 

-'-"" den and Amber, a choice articie, at 
J^ .v: .i. C BPRBA'K fi(V^ 's^ 

^m Mj^rvb stuck of fijvb x,#- 

*^ qu'irs and Cigars, which we oliei- at prices that 
will insure quick ^ales, at 

J. C « a- C. BITRB^NK i Co.'s 

•»i||| BttLS.JissonTJEn iruisKir, 



miY (lOODS. 



I.\UERSCM.I.'S |{|. >(;k. 
D U Y a O (> 13 B 

IS cxjntinuku at tbk 

ISTeAV Store 

or 

I). \v. i>(^f:rs4>ll & CO., 

IN IX(iKRyOLL'S BLOCR, 

And at pricM in many instances 

LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST Oh' IMl'ORlA 
TlOX A\U MAWfACTURE. 

Much of the immense stock now offered for sale has 
been selected from the 

LAIidE AIICIIOS SALE:i 
or 

DRY GOODS, 

tJ%' TUB CMTf Ol* J\-KW VOHH, Jit 

PANIC PRICES. 



li-r sale a' 
I. 



lOO '^'^^^ SVtl.fR UOVSK, *iOL- 

K^9\9 jnn and -■Vmber Syrup, a ctioico article, at [? 
.J C. .■>: H. r. BL'-tlJA'-K x <'o.'a 



••"" ter bo.ies Raisins, cr ic ol 1S61, at 



.f. C. .'s H O. Bl'R:iAVK .<: Co.'s 



*^0 



UBI.S. STV^tRVS BKS1 UO.VBV 

Syrup, a choici' at-cle, lor t.i'V n-e. at 

,J C Jt H C Bl.'KUANK A: Co.'s 



fO^ P^CKJItiES .ISSORTBU 

-'•'^''Fruits, consisiiiig vtl'iuras, i'ruaes. Cur- 
rants and Cilron. a;l new crop , for ^al^ at pri^r^ to 
suit the tir'>..s.i' .1. (' .'.• >1 ('. Hr;tU>XK \ Or. 's 

1 MfeCI ItOKBS U\ U. VHHBSBi .# 

^^9\W prime article, al low nguri-s, at 

.! 'J- >c il •'. !:f-tM\- K ."; '"w's. 

^11 tiltJlJVrs FJITIi.\'T B.IJWy'MJVtl 

^9\9 MiKofor sale at mauulacturer'.s prices, at 
J. C \' H. C. BCRBaNK *Cn.-8 

^ OU l^'MI.L FM.y^il OJVB OB TUt. 

■B. largest and b-st .selected 3toc-;s of Grocerieii in 
the West, at the warehouse of 

eclO. \ C *H Rr:RB^VK&0 



R g JV T B R S 



I JV K S 



-All Korts, kinds, and colors, from the cel.-brated 
manufactory of J E W-ide, Ne'V York, t<ia sale at 
lUHDufacturer's prices, by 

.teel.' I n k n RFRRANK * Co 



400 BOXBS JiSSOttTBH TOB.iC- 
"•" ci, •.ou.prlsin-' al! t(n-'i vnritc branil.-, a: 
J ><c H i: BL'RBaNK fcCo ':. 



fTf^ iioxe.v nvBois bust c.«»t 

^''^ steel Axes. Also 30 do/. Ked Jiiver Axes. Al 
so Zb Boxes assorted Biuea Tai-k«, Brst q'la'ity, at 

.). 0. & H ('. BU:'.BANK & Co.'s 

50 BARRELS 

Ui!. 

C^RJ30]Sr OIL I 

AliJO A grANTlTY OK 

CHIOAGO CUKAM ALE, 

For sale by I. 0. & H. 0. BURSANK & Co. 

dec5. 



T 



O .WK BRili^y'iiS t> r^MTROjys. 



Having eng.*i:ed my Herv-o-s to the Messrs. J. 0. & 
H C. Biir!iank t '^ < , i^-n-f I.evee an 1 Sibley streets, 
I may be fosnd i.i tiie Who fs ile Grocery Ueparta'ent, 
whe.-- it wi 1 atl'ord in jlt; i.sure to pee my old cus- 
tomers once mo-e. 

We shall htive a large and well .selected stock ot 
gooiis, usually kept iuou;- llu-. on hand, which I re- 
sp'-ct'ully ask you to examine b'L.rd fmrcha.sing el.-e- 
where. I hope to merit for iht? Imuse a portion at 
least of that j)ati-ona<e you have heretofoie so liber- 
ally bestowed upuii ue 

marS A. T.. I.ARPENTEUR. 



E 



S T ^ B JL I S H ti It 18 3 0. 



s . T . s u I t:^ • s 
KENTUCKY PREMIUM 

Salt lliver Bourbon. 



S. T. SUIT'S KENTUCKY 1854 
SALT RIVER BOURBON. 



S. T. SUIT'S KKNTUCKV 1156 
SALT RIVER BOLKBON. 



THh: AliOVK 11' LilJKNEL. 

IS GENUINE. 



ADDRESS 

S. T. SUIT, 
Salt River Distilleries, 

KENTUCKY. 



We have the a'oove celebraied Whisky for giie , 

BEACMO.NT it fJOKOON, Whole.rt.le.irocera- 
FrNCK * THEiJB.ALIS •' " 
J. C. KA(iUr.T *J O)., " •! 
W. W WEBB, •' " 
WM. LFTI'. " " 
BARTLErr I'RiM.tC^-, " •< 
apMSlv H MOKIV '• «• 

K E M O Y ^ f7. 

I have removed the stock of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES. Ac, 

Msi^ned to me by E. W . L- wis, from No. 4 Lambert » 
Block, Third ^tIe«t, to the stoie on Third Htreet ior- 
merly occupied by 

J , W . PRINCE, 

Liqnor Dealer, opposite Wm- . I Smith & Co. s boot 
and shoe store, and shall be glad to furnish the pen 
pie with Drugs, Medicines &e., 

JT OR BBI.OU- COST, 

until the whole stock is dispoFed of. 
janSdtt. . <\GRANTI."Wfv-:, Assiimee. 



FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH! 



A few cases of Men's, Boys' and Youth's BOOTS 

AUo CIRCrLAR SAWS of Welch k GriflSth's make- 

siies from 50 U> 66 inches. 
roar4.-2!ni 



E. i?. EDGFRTON 



Jl^ O M, ^ S S jB s . 

W T.m. Sugar House in bbls., naif barrels and kees 
For Mie low. OOOlKY^TOWEB & KM. ' 



1 H EIR LARGE STOCK OF 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety oi quahty, will be sold at prices to 

SUIT THK TIMF.S. 

Mottled Morella Cloths, from '0 to '25c per yard ; 

Plaid Poll De Cbevres 
Embroidered Poil De Cheveres, 

Every variety of Challeys, 
Embroidered and Grey Grisaille^;, 

Blue, Green and Pink Barrege Jjexatina. 

Eiiglish, French and American Moutline di 

Laiueji; Printed Lawns in gnat 

variety. 

.\ splendid .«tock of Ginghams ; 

AL80 

BLACK AND RICH b'ANCY 

SILKS 

Men and Boys' Summer Wear; 
Broadcloths ; black and fancy Gas^iu eres 
.Satiuetts, and Summer Clotta. 

ALSO 
A VERY LARUK SlOiJK OF 

HOSIERY, (, LOVES -AInI' 
EMBROIDERIES; 

FJIIi.lSOLS, SV.y VMRRKCL^IS, A'r. 

ALSO 
A large stock of 

DOMES'I'IO AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for the 

OOUNTRY TKADF:., 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their tioods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We also invita the attention ot the I.Adiea to our new 

STYLKS OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. 

OITH hiNTIKK STOCK 

Will be gold for 

C ^ S H , 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 

Tlie Public ire iuvit-ed to visit our ."^ew Store. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & Co., 

a19-d]ybc St. Paul, Minnesota 



New Fall and Winter Goods. 

jLv on u R w a o o u s j jyib 

YANKEE NOTIO.NS 

Go TO 

"The Cheap Cash Store," 

NKXT 1)0')R T') THE N W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 
TtllllD .>TREET, •5T. PAUL, MINN. 
We ni>'in to keep up our reuutation for .celling 

DRY GOODS CHEAP. 

Call »nd see for yourselves. Remember our 
motto— 

"SMALL PliOFITS AND QUICK SALES." 

n>^^'ZAU H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

Ei^OU SUJWLS, IIB LJi JVBS^ 

■B- Prints, .~<heetin^.-i. Bleached and Brown Mnslina, 
Tickings, FUnoels, Gloves, Hosiery, Woolen Yarn, 
Satinet.s, Cas.iimeres, Cloths, Blankets, Baskets, itc, 
i,- ,Jtc. 
<TO to the One Price Oheap Ca.sh Store of 

H KNOX TAYLOR 
V 1 Ttiird -frcet. .St Paul. Minn 

ERNEST ALBRIGJ^HT. 

MAXt:TACn7RaK ASD DRAUg IX 

FU h S OF ALL KIS DS , 

Third Street three doors below Day * .lenks' Drug 
Store, St. Paul. 

Hasconstnntly on hand and makes to order ROBES 
I.V KVKKY bTYLE, Oats Mittens, Gloves, Collars, 
Capes, Caps, Moccasin.s, and in short, everything ap- 
pert^iiniDK to a Fur Store. 

All work warranted, and gold at the lowest nrioes 
for cash. 

*iir Hiifhftst cash price paid for Knrs. nov'24d4m 

NICOLS & DEAN, 

DEAIJBS IN 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL, 

PLOWS, AXES, SPRINGS, AXLES, AN- 
VILS, VICES, BELLOWS, THIM- 
BLE SKEINS, HORSE NAILS, 



HEAVY HAROWARK OENERAI^^Y. 

KUBUBB AND LEiTHEB BELTING, 

GarvDSToxEs, pirraBURGH coal, ko. 

THIRD STRhSl, . . . . .ST. PAUL, MINN. 

49-SlON OF THE A!^VIL.-e» 

«G»- .Agents for Herring & Co.'s celebrated flKK 
PROOF SAFES^ feb7-dly 

RUDOLPH SCHCENEMANN, 

WATCH MAKER 

3»-d St., iienr Robert, Saint Paul, Alinn. 



Oalvaniziny in gold and silver neatly done to or- 
per. A good asriortnaent ol watches and clocks always 
on hand. Repairing neatly done and warranto i lor 
opo Twar . denS-lv. 

LAFAYETTE, MINNESOtX 

FREE HOMES TO SETTLEKS. 



rmmii profribtors oh thb 

■B- town of LAFAYETTE, on iKr. Rid Himr of the 
/Tortfc, will m.ike liberal donations of lots to nil per- 
•on'- who will settle upon and improve the same.— 
Thistown is situated 40 miles below Ft. Aberjrombie, 
and 180 miles above Pembina and directly nfjosiU the 
vwuth 0/ the Cheyenne Rity^ ,- is the centre o< one of 
the richest v*lleys and best agricultural regiocs in the 
world, is abundantly supplied with wood aal water 
and Itie country around it has been recently surveyed 
and is now open to Settleroent. The town marki the 
head nf naviijation on the Red River of the North, 
uid Ik easdy accessible — the line of stages irom 8t'. 
Paol to Pembina, passing there semi-weekly. No por- 
tion of the ?reat west offers greater inducements to 

ettlers. 

For in formation addross JOHN K IRVINE, Esq 
Saint Paul. MIonnaAta. M-dJfcwIv 



GIESMAN & SAUER, 

MAtniwAOtuRwu or 

SADDLES, 

HARNESS, 

BRIDLES, 

COLLARS^ 
BLANKETS. TRUNKS, WHIPS, 4c., Ac, 
Next door to Tbompaon Bros. Bank, 3d st. , St. Panl. 

49~Repairing ol all kinds dona no short notice. 
4k^Ai work mad* at this shop ta of the very b«« 
I Mid to wmrrutod. DOTWdAiao 



ACailCULTURAJL. 

'^ h\ 1 IT Miv iV N\^S 

FANNING- MILL 



Wt the undersigned, U-g lesve tocall ttiei'Hecitioii 
of ^'ll'nlel.^ nnd Cxuutry Merchans to the iKf.' ihat 
they have the ••xclasire r'ght ot manufacturing 

K 51 ,\IA.S'NV'> FAN.N'l.Ni; MILL, 

Which Las taken th« pivniiuin over all other mills in 
the State for clf.iu I'll! t-raiu of all kinds Warranted 
to (fiv I) perfect .sati-ific mn i.i vak.ng out o»»s and 
cockle, nn 1 all feul .seeli We xUo inanufactnre the 

R A O 1 N E MILL, 

Large or small size as any one may desire We cat' 
the attention of vlieat b^iycrs to our Urge size miU 
which caiia>>t be excelle'.' for cleaniiiij ejrain fast 
Person-t will •..w^ from lour lonix dod.irs in buying of 
us 

Give us i) call be'ore puicliasini; elr'where, as we 
canst !1 a b.-tter mdl,aud cheiper thau any one else 
oa.i afforii them. We are ai;ents for 

STEAM AND GAS PIPES, 

STEAM FIXTURES, BRASS GOODS, 

BITRK in ILL-STONES, 

lll/FOUB'S aoi.TlJVU CL,OTBS, 

8CRKEN WIRE aNU THKOiV'S .SMUT MILL AND 
Si'JPAR.-V.TtJK. 

We are th-J only p.irty keeping the above articles in 
St. Paul. 
Factory, Lower Levee, We:it St. Paul. 
jan29d'«:w3m. W. M. LEYDE 4 BROTHER. 



Grain FaiiiS and Plows. 



F. H. M ANN V VS BXCELSIOR, NU. 1 $.'5.00 

Fi<EEl'ORT GRAIN SEPARATOR .'5 .0 

UEERK'.S MOLINE P OWS $10 to 1 >.00 

At the Frame arehoiise, comer of Levee and Sib 
ley street, St. I'aul S P. k P. F. HODGtS. 

nov27i",6iuo. 



aLFKED D. DAVISON. 



ALONZO P. CO.VNKLXV 



ST. PAUL 

Clipper Plow Factory. 




The UDdenHgue<i havi".' f.j-^-jed a co partnership 
for the minulactuie an.l sal.- • ' 

1^ L O W^ 8 , 

Are now prepared to furnish farmers and dealers with 

THE BEST PLOWS 

Ever offered in the Slate, *iid at price'* to suit the 
times. We will al vays have ou hand a, lar^e stock of 
Cast 8t<-el Aud Ooramon Steel Cro'.s Plows, Corn 
Flows Breaking and Grub Plows, of all sizes and ol 
the befit material. 

Havin? had the uiateri.il selected for our especial 
trade, aud the Plows being maaufactured under the 
supervision of 

ALONZO LEAMIN<i 

trORVEHLY OP ST. ASTHO.W.] 

WE WARRANT THKM 

to be of Light Draught. Clean in any soU, and give 
Good Satisfaction generally. 

Particular .ItUuUon Paia to Repairing- 

Farmers ! save your old plows and we will work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfaction 
by leaving them at our Factory, on Robert street, be 
tween 4;|, and 5th, St. Paul, sisn of plow. 

jan^iiiSwly. DAVISON & CONNEU.Y. 



Farmers. Look Here ! 

rayuB VAruBRsiu.y'int ujwb ojy 

■B. h.md a lar|?e I't of 

FANNING MILLS AND PLOWS, 
which they |)iopo»e to trade to farmers on better 
ternirt than can be had elsewhere. 
F. H. MANNY'S Excelsior Grain Fau. . .$25.00 

FREEPOKT Grain Separator, 25.00 

MOLINE Fanning Mill., 20 00 

MOLINE &110CK ISLAND Plows 110 to $15 
We will receive whea' in exchanee for any of tue 
above articles Ht 55 cetifs per bushel. Also a gfK)d 
supply of 0>g;.;sh ill & Warner's aud Biekford & .flutf- 
man's 

ORAIN DRlI.r.8, 

with or without (iI•as^ Seeder?. 

Parties wi.shiug to purchase will do well to give us a 
call at the Frame Warehou.se, corner if Lower I.e.ee 
and Sibley btreets, ;St. Paul 

n'..va7w6mo S P. * P. F. HODGES. 



SEEDS AT WAR PRICES! 



SKEDS FKKK 13 Y MAIL. 



All who wish to buy seed« should call at 

TUB S^IJVT PJOh SBBn STOBB, 

Oppo-ite the Prej.s office, aud adjoining the Bridge 
We are now selling off our new crop of seeds at much 
lower prices generally than the same can be had at 
Ea.iitem .stores. .Many of the se«-ds we offer at three 
cents per paper cannot be had elsewhere for less than 
ten cents, and some retail at twenty-tive cents ea;h. 



PRICES PER POUND. 

Large Yellow Union %\ oo 

I arge Eed Or ion 75 

Beets— Early B|. od Turnip If, 

White Sugar 5j 

' Mang >!d Wertzel 51 

Long (.(range (Carrot 75 

Ruta Baga 60 

Fl;it Turnip po 

Extra Early Imphee '.'.'.'.'... 40 

Same at wholesale very low. 

SEEDS BY THE QUART. 

.. „ per qt. 

Beins— Early Yeliow Six Weeks ; 16 

" EariyChina jg 

" Fjirly Valentine \\\ 15 

Pea.s — Early Daniel O'Rourke, 2^ feet .'... 25 

" Tom Thumb, or Dwarf, 8 inches .". 40 

" Champion of England, very rich, medium 

eariy, 3>i feet.. 20 

" lArpe Marrowfat, late 16 

Sweet C orn ' '_ 15 

SEEDS IN PAPERS. 

Papers that usually retail at five cents each. ... 3 

Same, aasirted by the honi'red 2 60 

" ■' ' thousind 20 00 

^^Subscribers to •' Farmer & Gardener," 2J< oent«. 

SEEDS BY MAIL, POSTAGE PAID. 

All kinds sent by mail at 3 c»8. per paper. 
Forty kindi Flower Seeds, our choice, for $1.00. 
Seeds by the pound, same price, as above, with 15c. 
added. 

Papers of Corn, Rears and Peas, if ordered by mail, 
will contain abo t half the usual amount — ordinary 
paper, fall amount. 

SEEDS FREE. 
All subscribers to the " Farmer and Gardener," for 
a year, are entitled to ttve papers Tho.se who pay 
$1.00 at our < (fice, or remii the same to u.s by mail, 
instead of pnying to agents, may select ten papers 
from our list of (iarden or Flower Seels 

Editirsof this Siate may draw on us for ten papers, 
Alistot seeds, with description, mode of culture, 
A:c., will be fund in the '• Farmer and Gardener" for 
January, February and March 



FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, 

Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, 
Rhub.(rh, Asparagus Roots, Evergreens, Ro.sea, Dah- 
lias, Peonias, and all kinds of Greenhouse and Garden 
Plants, as low as at any responsible Nursery in Wis- 
consin or New York. 
A idref.'i 

L. M. Ford & Co. 

Or leave orders with Messrs. Fairchild .t Pease at our 
vne quarters. aprlvVd&wlni 



Notice to Creditors 



Miiiiiesotu State University. 



The State lieglslatare, at its late session, authorized 
the Regents of the itinnesota i'tate University to at- 
tempt a compromise ol the indebtedness of that cor- 
poration by the conveyance of landa granted by Oon 
gress for its bnefit. 

All persons having claims of any kind against the 
Oniversity will please communicate them immediately 
in writing to the undersigned, statin,^ the character 
of the claims, their amount, how secured, and every- 
thing calculated to facilitate such an adjustment aa 
Is proposed. 

Per order of the Board of Regents- 

URIAH THOMAS, SecreUry. 

St. AatKony, April 2, 1M2. i^PilkSw 



RAILROADS. 



Great Western Rail- 
way Company's 

KXrUESS FRKIGHT LINE, 

tia 

Great Western N.Y. Ceiitrai 

JUS"!! COJWVBCTMJVU RO.IIIS, 

1t> AND KROM 

iCast and AV^est, 

Controlled and operated by the Road 

ibrming the line, and to which 

the attention ot Snippers 

i.s invited. 



Fori the Traiitporlfitton of l^iie Stogie^ 

thin Rout* ott'tr* untquatltd facili- 

litt, at rtifartU atorle, CarM, 

fardii, Tiiut, ele. 



Freight tor warded at Lowest 
Rates and with Dispatch. 



In the shipment ot Goods by rail, alliDsuranus is saved. 



I BOOTS & SHOES._ 
WE INVITE ALL 

To 

EXA^MINE oiJR^TOCK 

OF 

BOOTS & S f OES 

WHICH WE ARE SELLING VERY LOW. 



Leather & Findings, 

SADDLKIiV HAHUWARfc; A.NO TOOLS 
LEATHER BELTING. 



ap2& 



WM. J. SMITH & GO. 



KESSJ.ER At KIHHL, 

TANNtUS and CURRIERS, 

Keep consUntly on hand, the Urgeht and 

Mo«t Complete i^tock ol 

I»athcr and KindmgB.Suddlery Hardware 

and Tord«, 

Leather Belting, tnaniele.1 Cloths, and leather, 

*c., &c., tie, kc, 

All <..( whi.; 1 (hey ar» now otfennt{ y.i pricfs U 

Suit the Times. 

PARTICULAR AIJENIION i'AlD Jo ORDERS. 
tffCtish paid for Hides and Fur6.,^|r 



.TOHN THORWARTH, i BAGLii WGRlSS ' 

BOOT. SHOE MANUFACTCRER, THIRD «tHK^. ' MANUFACTUEING COMPANY. 



BErWEK.V ROBERT AND JACKSON, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

MARK PACKAGES '• G. W. R." 1 Keeps oonsla«tly on hand and makes to order 

BOOTS & SHOES. 



Three Express Passenger Trains leave Oulcago and 
Detroit daily f' r Budalo, New YorK, Boston and Mon- 
treal , Quebec , Pnrtlavi'l, Sc, kc , with Sleeping Cars 
ou all ulirht trains. 

igr Ticket.s via GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY lor 
sale in a 1 Ticket Offices 

General Freight and lidcet Officer. 



SJl SUte Street, 

UotlOHf 

0. KIMBALL, ....Agent 



5873 Broadway, 

-V«M) Worhf 

E. P REACH, ....Agent 

JUUUS MOVIUS, Gen'l Ag't, Buflalo. 
C. .1. BRYDGfci!, Managing Director, Hamilton. 
A. WALUNGFORD, 
»!il» Chicago and Western Ajrtnt. 



^^ R.IJS'll UJt^K.y ROVTK. 

Th s is 96 niiie.* the >iM.ate.-,t as well as tl.e cbeapesi 
aud iuo»t comroitahle route to all I'ointa iu the East- 
ern .- tatCH or Ottuadas. 

It is an all rsil route exc-pt the distanc- of 86 miles 
fr< ni ihlwaiikee to Grand Haven, which 'h jierformed 
oodieol the splendid Ocean Steamships ol the hue 
in i>; hours. This change trom the h#t ;ind dusty 
Railroad Cars to the airy aud splendid cabins ot the 
steam.ships. where you are furnished with stateroonM 
free ofchanje, relieves much the tedium ol a journey 

Sieiinsiiips leave Milwaukee mornvng and evening on 
the arrivil of trains from the West, connecting at 
Gran 3 Haven with Expie.ss trains ol the JMroit and 
Milicaiikee Railroad for all points East. By this 
routt un-fare is cw low, lime quicker, Cm^nectiunt at 
ture 'M by any line, aud you avoid the ,.iio«rtaiiity 
and delay ol cUaugin? cirs, and nearly two miles 
Omnibus travel to which I'aaseagers via ( hicago are 
subject. 

Tickets via Prairie dn Chien or La Croshe to b« h»d 
at principal tick^-t oftiie-: 

J H. Whitma.n, G«n 1 We.^t'n .\gent, MiUaukm. 

W, K. MuiK, Sup't, Detroit. je22 



WiVB RP 00£. .§J\'n A,0.i\MIOJV 

FIBK AND LIFE IXSUKANOF CO. 

Capktal and Reser^ca Kmiii over $G,000,OUO 

liOSSES PAID PROMPTLY AT SIGHT, 

Without sixty '^ays' notice. 

I. IFJ^ INSURANOK 

Kllec'*d on liberal terms. PoMciea assignable by en- 
dorsement without permission of the Company. 
Shiiroholders personally re>ponsiblu lor hn^iagements 
ol lh« Company, 



Direiiors and .StnckholdTrs 

Neu) York. 
James Brown, Esq., 
Framsii C<jttenet, Esq., 
Henry Grinnell, Esq., 
Alfred Pell, E«q , 
Alex. Hamilton. Jr. , Esq., 
E. M Archibald, E.sq. , 
An! others. 



liefereiuxs in Xeu> Ytn-k 

city 
Duncan, Sherujivn k Co., 
Alex. T. Stewart & Co., 
Grinnell, Mmturn & Co , 
B. L. & A. Stewart, 
0. W. & J. T. Moore & Oo. , 
D. Appletun A Co . 



rUOMPSOV BRUTilERS, 
sep20 Agents for St. Paul and vincinity. 



Michigan Central Railroad 



1661. 



1861. 



GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 

To Nfw York, New England and the 

Cauadas. 

l)n and after SUNDAY, Nov 3d, 1861, trains l«avo 
the Great Central Union Depot, f<vt of Liike street, aa 
follows : 

6.00 «. ii».— Daily Kxpre><s (except Sunday) arrives 
at Detroit ii p. m., Suspension Bridge 
at 4 05 A. M., Albany4:15 a. m., New 
9:60 p. M., Boston l',i:20 a m 

6.30 p. m.— Night Express (except Saturday), ar- 
live at Detroit at 6K).5 a. .m.. Suspen- 
sion Bri.ijfe 6:2b, Albany riilS A m.. 
New York 12 m. , Boston 4UJ0 P. M 
Cioeiunati trains, via M. C. Railroad, hvive Chicago 

a: 6 .1. M. o all train ; 8:o'J p. m. F;ist Fipre-s ; arrive 

in Cbicago at 7:00 A. M. Fast Express, an.i 11 p m 

Nigh'; Mail Train. 

Tbo 8-.30 P. M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

SALISBURY'S PATENT BUSTERS 

Are Run on Day Express Trains. 

Faient Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 
4a>Bagsaee Cbeeked Tbrongli.-et 

49- Through tickets for sale in all Pnncinal Railroad 
Oflices in the West, at the General Office, corner Lake 
and IMarborn streets, (under tLe Tremout Hoase.i 
Ohici'go, and at the Depot. 

R. N. RICK, (General SuperiutAndent. 

J W. 8V1TTH, Western ^'assentcer Agent. myl8 

SEWING MACHINES. 



W HKKL.KK & WILSON'S 
SBWMjyn .UJCHiJVBS, 

B<iK! ia use, 
aiWLv improeed, 
at New Tork 
prices. From 
$46 to $100— 
freight added.— 
lost r tactions giv- 
en, machinea put 
;.: on'.er, and all 
sues of needed. 

Fors:ileby R. T. HOLTERHOFF, 

Eighth street, w Blocks east of International Hotel 
St. Puul- octl6-6ra 




P. W. NICHOLS. 
General liisiii*aiiee Agent. 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

Issued on favorable terms, in the most reliable Com- 
panies. 
OFFICE AT GEORGE LITTLE'S BOOK STORE, 

janto.Uy Third street. St. PhuI Minn. 

mm MI^M.MJYBRV J jy B 

DRESS MAKING 

MRS. R. H. HAYNEri, 

Having had a long and extensive experience in Milli- 
nery iiud Dress Making, calls • he at tention of the ladiea 
of St Paul and v cinity, to her room in Watson's 
Boarcbng House, on Robert street, between Fourth 
and Ilfth streets, where she has commmenced 

BONNET, DRESS, AND CLOAK MAKING, 

In all their varied torms and faahions, and solieita a 
share of the pub ic patronage. 

She will out patterns to fit the form for lUaqaen *t 
Dreues— also make to order gilk or velvet 

BONNETS or HATS, 

In thJmost approved styles. 

AU work warr.inted to give satislkotion. dM32tf. 



FURS! FURS! FURS! 
C. J. KOVITZ, 

Maiiufactnrer of Fine Fai*s, 

ALL DBSCBIPTI0N8 AXD KTBBT 8TTLI, 

S«l MTKIGJ& r, Ooaoart HaU Bloafc. ST. rAUI< 




Which are warranted to do as good ervice, and of as I 
good stylo and workmanship an if miule to order. I 

ST^^L SEAAKS FOB SEWED BOOIS, I ^TEAM EXWXI" S Oil BOILERS 

The first introduced in this city, will be put in when I 

ordered. This makes the boot strougerand more du- j PATENT Fl RE EVAPOU.\TORS, 

rable, and is lighter and fits neater. '»«...„ .,.« ^.. . 

\ P.§TEJ\^T SLUJR l\t,yi': MILLS, 

! PATENT STKAM COIL KVAPOKATOKS 



R E P A I R I ]V li 



PATENT STAMP EILLSj 

FOR 



Done on the ahortes nouee — ana a goo and neat | 
atyle, 1 

,, P 1 n..., ,«« "'^^^ THORWORTH. I pfKES PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

St. Paul, Doc 7,1861— decTdly 

i •■^od for Circul-irs, with cuts aud descni'tious, 

^-- Prices, &c. .\Uo, 

THE BEST OF THE SEASON. Saw Mills, Flouring Mills 

AND MACUINERV OF ALL DESCRIPTION, 

Too numerous to mention. 

CHIOAQO, . . ILLINOIS. 

P- W. GATES, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. mr7-.d<wy 

Merchants' Dispatch 
E'fcist P^reight Line, 

Owned aud managed by the 

AMKHICaN EXPRKSS Q:iJ. 



I have just received by Burbauks Express t. very 
splendid 

BALMORAL BOOT ! 

Aim a very fine 

Double Sole Lasting Gaiter. 

And some more Children's best BALVIORaLS. These 
Guud.i must be seen to b« appreciated. 

Samuel Kiljiatrick. 

Opposite the Inter aational Hotel. 
raarlS-dtf 



OIL AND LAMPS- 



PRICKS OF 

Ca bon Oil Reduced ! 



We are selling CARBUN OIL 

Foi- 45 Ceiit.s pel Gallon. 

Our beet f IFTY CENTS p«r gallon. 

Lamps cheaper than ever. Nice Marble base Lamps 
from 76 cent* up, and handle i Lamo* for 36 cents. 

E. & H. Y «ELL, 

Near Wiuslow House, Third street. 
St. Paul, April 5th, 1862. apr.5 

Superior Carbcn Oil 

On consignment, fur sale at 
40 GKNTS 1»ER C^ALLON. 
NICOLS & DEAN. 

lebS 

OIL! OIL! OIlI 



j^f-All overcharges settled by J. 0. & H. C. Bar* 

bank k Co., Agents. 

New York office, 1^ Murray street 

Boston office, 69 Waahtngton street. 
niar25:dly 



THE BEST QUALITY OF 

CARBON & KEROSENE OIL 

FOR SALE BY 

UPHAM & HOLMES 

AT 

Thii'ty-nve cts. per Gallon. 

mar6d&w:y 



J. B. BRADEN, » 

WHOLB8AIB JV»D RITAII. DBAI.KR I.V 

Iron, ISTaiLs, Steel, 

H.VRDWARE, PITTSBURGH COAL, AORICULTCR- 

Ai. 1MPLEMEXT.S, &c. 

Keeps constantly on hand all giodsinhis line including 

Knialntrtoti . f>Ug-o ** Stcttdtt Bar Iron, 

Sheet Iron, Plow Steel, Cast, <Jerm:in and Blister 
Steel, Spnngs, Axlesand oiher Carriage Trim- 
ming-*, .><lielf HardwBie, Jtc. — Win 
• low *!liss, Sash, Duorr. and 
Blinds, Rock Island Clipper snd 

SAINT PAUL OI.IPPKK PL.011S», 

All of the l*st 'jUHlily, warratite i to give sali-faclion. 
All of whicli will be sold at the very lowest prices 
for cash. 

Wsrehcmse on Third between Minnesota snd Cedar 
streets, r-t. r;i;l, M.on. fV-i 0:lv 

TO THK PROi>KlKTOKS OF 

BILLIARD_ ROOMS. 

■H'nrf to Hrnaffxtartrra and Suit frinn fiv* 

to Ten Iter reiil, null tret <'• tirlirr .*r» 

tide of aittfthtn^ iu the HilUard 

Line ffou tnny want. 



Having received the sole agency of this State for 

til" sale o( 

PHE' AN A Cf)LLE\DFR'S rPLERRATED BIM.IARP 
TABLE.S, 

With combiuattoDCashious, 1 t:ike this method to in- 
form y(.utha' I.nra now f.repared to fnrn-»h Billiard 
Ro<ipi-, with Tables and Fixtures at New York prices, 
fre gilt added. )'t-r« «ns de'iriuK 10 purchsse will be 
fiirnihed by miii with a list ol' (.nces. 

I am prepaiwl to refurnish and fit up tables with 
new Cloths, Balls and Cues ; and also <m short notice, 
to go to any part ol the State to fit up Ro<(ms, Ta 
hies aud Htl'.jres. Niw Cu-!iions. Cu-v, iJ.tlK, Cue 
' ip 4, .Vc. kept constantly on hani. Balls re-turned 
nml cnloreil. Please andres- your orders to 



ap6-4ui 



H. (;. BKOW.N, JK., 

M-'tropolitanHall, Hridge Square, St. I'aal. 



POLLOCK, UOJS-ALBSJVO K OOBB.% 

DSALSaS I» 

Chiua, Glass and C rockery 

PLATED W^^kRK 

-IRBO-V OIL AND LAMPS 
LOOKINO ClIiASSES, 

ILS- WaRK, PLAIK, PLANISHED AS'D JAPANNED, 

Table Cutlfci-y. 

( oustantly on hand the moet compl'te assortiueot ol 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 

To he found in the citr. 
R03.<:RT STRBBT, ST. PAUI , MINN. 

gn V d/V«l \ 



FURNITURE! 



JOHN PRIMROSE, 

Maou&icturer and Dealer in 
CJt B IJSr BT JJS'B CUJtiB 

FURNITURE, 

OF ETERY VARIIBTY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a complet4' assortment of 

Parlor, 

Cliainber, 

Dining Room 
FURNITURE 

Of mil Stt/UB\ and vf Suptrior l^orle- 
mtmM»h^. 

Most of my Furniture is of my oirn manufacture, 
made of thoroughly seasoned mater al and equal to 
the best there is made in the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixjrence is always b>tter than a slow 
shilling, I am determined to sell a <ery light shade 
above cost. Everybody is respectfolly invited to give 
me a call before purchasing. 

«rREMEMBKR THE PLACE : :Uone Building- 
Third Street—above the Bridge, St. 'aul, Minn. 
jan24dly 



J^BTICB.—aLL TUB 

• » signe.i notes of the Farmers 
Garden Oity,Blae Earth county, Mic 
presented at the Office of the Auditor 
Minnesota, at St. Panl, within two 
date of this notice, as the securi'ie« 
him for the redemption of said notes 
be given up to the owaer or owners 
oordiog to the Banking Law of the 
•oU. 

Dated April 17, 1800. 

BMMd, H. 

M|i7way. 



COVJ\TBBm 

Bank, located at 
nesota, must be 

of the SUte of 
years trom the 

deposited with 
will at th'it Ume 
of said Bi.'k ae- 
SUte of Minne- 



DAWSa, 



1oD2 SPKIMi TRADE. 1862 

WEBER. WILLIAMS HALE, 

JOBBERS, 

)ir, L.IKfi STRKBT^ CHIt\MOO^ 

Are now re-eiviaij the LAR J :_>*r and BS^ ASSORT- 
ED STOCK to be found W-st of New York, ompris- 
ing many new s'.yles of 

HATS, CAF»S, 

!$TliAU (iOODS. 



PARASOI.S, L'MBRELLAS, an<1 PALM LEAP GOODS, 

inclu'llne ;«)00 t',7.sn SHAKKR UO'.'D-: -all of which 
will be ofTernd at EASTERV PRICED, for cash or ap- 
proved shi rt credit . 

CASH AXD SHORT TIMB BUYER.-^ 

Prom all sections of th ' West are especially invited 
to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. 

ORIIBRS SOLtCITKU, 

To which prompt pr-rv.nal attention will hf given au<l 
satisfaction guarantee)'. 

WKBER, WILLIAMS k VALE. 
marl luin 

MILES"&~ ARMOUR,~ 

Commission Merchants 

Red Warehouse, toot of East Water st. , 

M II. \V A U K K v., WIS. 

Fkd) B. Miles. I'Hnjr D. Akmuli. 

R K P B K To 

Thompson Bros , Bankers ; Temple .v Beaupre ; 



E. & H. Y. BeU. 



marl«: dSm 



Tobacco 

CKiARS. PIPES, SNUFF, kc 



F. W. TCCHKLT, Third Street. n.-*tt drH.r to 
Oomb's Book Store, Wholesai-. and Retail Dealer iD 
Tobacco, Cigars, *c., is jti«t receivii ..• his fall and 
winle.' stock, and is prep^^red to ail orders to any ex- 
tent, foi 

FKJVB IMPORTBU Cttl.tRS, 

Mtasouri, Virginia and Kentuckv Smoking and Chew 
ingTobacco. Fine Cut Chewing-, superior to any in 
the city. ' 

aWEKT BRIAR ROOT PIPES 
a large aisortmeni. These pipes are all the go now. 

_ ._, K. W. Tl'CHKLT, 
Third street, next door to CombV Book SU-re. 
8t Paul. N ov ^7. novl-dly. 

_jr •«• I'XKK.n.lJW JTTOR.-VBVit 

«J^ • CtJUNSKLLOR AT IJIW. Practi.es in all the 
Ooorts j! thU Slate and in the I'nitei State* District 
Court. 

Office in McClung's Phunix B.ock, corner of Third 
and Wabaahaw streets, i.t. Paul, Minii<>s«ta. 

All bngineas left with me will receive prompt and 
f*Mat att e n tioft. ^3U oAwly 



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[COXTINMTCO FROM FIRST PAOB-l 

U.-btl t\»nderipl« nre dc.-crlini: in lat^o 
..timlii'ii'. ?«e.iniic Union submi-Mon and 
rvtr... insi hnnie. 

Ki;|ori.-' liMin Sla'i; ton ifay the oiniiiys 
tiii'k uiul wouiuUi!, ami lars;*' traius of s^K 
dior* iUi' p:»-'>iii!; eastward by ruiiroatl. 

S-i<Hv till liLrlifiHH iiiiliw dtrp at Miui- 
terey, on Ow 2l'li ii'stant. 

Fi'uni Pittsburg' Landing. 



REBEL DESERTERS FLOCKING INTO 
O.L^ CAMP. 



Baauregard Preparing for Defense 
ncmphis. 



of 



XATIOXAL \RMV STi:\mi.V ADVAMIMI 
iOWAKDSIDIIIMK. 



A SKIRMISH AND HEPULSE OF 
THE REBELS. 



&;o.. 



&c., 



&c. 



Chicago. April ^7. 

[^.itciat Cairo to 'Jimt:<\ — Passengers 
troni Pittsbur? report that on Thursday 
ai>. ii» tliiriy deserters rrom tbo rthel army 
ei te ed our oamp and Uf;j'.:ed to be enrol! d 
atiMi.'^ our lrcH)]»?, Tiiey all cnrroborate 
l'i<> -I itement ret-oivcd iho ilay Welore rela- 
tive i.i the evacuation by t'le rebel? o! their 
priSe..T po-Ui a, and asserted iliat Bta'ire- 
iTiird iiaJ with li^a-vn c msideiable pjrtion of 
his loree lor defease of Memphis. 

Cairo. April 27. 

On army is steadily aiiva..ein!r towards 
C'Tin (1. CJen. Pope's division is on tho 
«rvir. 111,! iJt. fvir fnile>? aboi-e Pitt-butg 
Laodiiii.'. A rePou:)o:8sanec in li.rce on 
on Tnnr day tnt'i»nniOred a large loict^ of 
ji.tantry a:id <'avalry. eigbf mites from the 
L-»iidin^'. I'ho rebels fornnd in line ot 
bdU'o and alter firing' oi.e volley retreat- 
eti in lirea' disorder, with a considerable 
t i-s a.'l 59 prisorjers takrn. The roids 
t^ad ben ii'pr.irinu', but tht rains of Frl- 
diy rei:dcrod the;ii ujain impassible. 
«•-* 

Kort Jackson, Georgia, Taken. 
SAVANNAH Al' OUR MP:UCY. 



4\4T:o>r.\L I'JCKETS wirni.v four miles of 

THE CtTV. 



Ne^v VoiiK, April 27. 
ri.L Siimhit/ Mercury states on author- 
itv of th • • ffijers ol' the steamer Boston, 
that F.irt Jaeks'in, six miles l> /low Savan 
oali. IS ill our pngsfssion and our pickets 
R'ithia lour u.iles of Savannah. 

From, the Florida Coast. 

tVACI ATfiD «Y U1:BELS. 

ALLOJ=' TRK CO X.ST. FXCJEPT TAM- 
PA, CLEAR OF RE3F.LS. 



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Ac, 



&c. 



New Y«rk, April 29. 

Advioes iier the tJonnecticut Slate, that 
the reb 1 -teamer FI fida his hten captured 
by th- United .States bark Pursuit. 

F T's Barrancas and McRa'j Lave been 
eva'Uited by the reheis. 

Tlie Connecticut broutrh cicrht ex«inom- 
bTs ot' file "iaUeston i^-tillery, woo escaped 
tVo'ii itnpriionrncnt. 

Ev •.-y port, except Tampa, on the coast 
t>f Florida is evaeuited by the re.bels. 

Great Escitement at Norfolk- 



INHABITAVTs FE\R A\ ATTACK 
BV P.URN'siDi: 

Fort Monroe, April 27. 
The Times' corresoondent says it i? 8ta 
ted tty con'rabuids that t'le most ii t use 
ei<itement ex'-t,^ around Xi'dulk, and »hey 
have great fVar of un attack by Burnside. 
N'virly all the troops Iiave (jone to South 
Mill^ to repel any s.dvance he might make. 

Skiimish with Ashby's Cavalry 

HAiiRisBcao, April 27. 

Yi«:tf rday p, u.. th • pickets of Col Don 
elly'-' biii/ade, statii.ned < iuht miks hence, on 
tie G')rdonsvi!le road, were attacki d by a 
largre force of AsLby's roar jruard, and 
driven bock One i:iun was killed and 
Iti.'penihers wounded The reserve of the 
t)6c!i p. fin.oylv'inia and a ^*-ctinii of II r:ip- 
tiin's Ijalte-y ilien advanced and repulsed 
th»' rebels. They retnated to a wood, 
wliere s veral of our s!i( IN bnrst in thtir 
niid.sr, and a wi'gon w:i.s seen gathering up 
and (arryii e <ff their dead and wound' d. 

Urtin? to the bad s'ale of the roads. 
Don'i.lly h«s been ordered to take up a new 
positinn nearer the town until the road* are 
bnter. 

F'rom Edisto Island. 
A SKIRMISH AND ROUT OF RkBELS 



New Vork, April 28 
A letl-r Irom Edisto Island. S C , 18lit. 
rfptrts a brilliant aff.Ton S".. John's Island, 
resiiMinu" in a tola! rout ol 200 rebf-i caval- 
ry tiy ubrmt 60 of oiir mtii. Tiie patty cun 
sisted of Capt. lih'n>!, Dr. Brittnad, mas- 
tc;r'.s Hiate Nelsnn^ suifl 30 men and a how- 
i'Z'T Irom the U. S. frunboatCrnsjider. and 
30 Hi' n horn the 47th New York, 5.5 ih 
Penn.sjf.auia j-nd 31 New Hampshire 
regiiii nts, under Cai)t. Dow, of tho latttr 
ngitnent. 

The n-br Is 1 lit about fiO killed and woun- 
ded. No one on onr Mde wa.« killed. 

Foreign News. 

St. Johns, N. P., April 28. 

The Steamer Norili American, from I.iv« 
er|;'n>I A;;rii iTih, by way of Londonderry 
oii the 18i|), pa«>ed Ci:p" Race ou Sunday, 
and was boanied by t!ie news yacht of the 
Associated Press, and a suniniiry of her 
Dtw- tibr ined. 

The (Jreat Eastern had been got off the 
grirliron al .Milloid in safety. 

Provi-iona wi n- quitt »nd steady. Con- 
pf 1> closed 00 Friilay at 9;%@94"'for mon 

A deputation from the British and For- 
eign Anti-Slaveiy S -ietv w.-iited .^n Mr. 
Adams, the Americiin Minister. onthel6tb, 
and presHiied m, address, in which the hope 
13 t.\|.r s>.e.l that the r-Mor itiou of ihe \:n 
ion woiiid be fumded upon the abolition of 
the true cause of the .slrife. 

The r ply of Mr. Adams is described u.s 
being very satisfactory to the depntation, 
but the limes ihink.s it indicates the 
policy of No'thern poliliei l^^ wLich id 
to liave them deal according to circnm-itau- 
ces with the slavery qu>stion. 

Fkance — The Frmce de Joinviile is 
about publshinjr a pamphlet on iron plated 
fri^'aie.*. I'henork. it is said, will prtsent 
the tiubjict under new aspects. He does 



THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1862. 



not admit tho invulnerability of the new 

vessels. 

The liouf.-c was flat on the KUh, atid 
lowt r. 

M. Mercier's Visit to Richmond 

Nkw York, April 28. 
'i'he Wadiinyrfon jN'/.n says it is not only 
true ihat .M. Mercier, ihu French .Vliiiisl. r, 
did not see and converse with Or. lAiuoin 
ill Bit hmond, on tlj|^> iH'casiou of his reoen- 
till) into stces.sia. as ulltiicd I'y the Rioh 
moiid papers, theiefore did not hold out en- 
fiiiruiiemeiit !or ilieir perseve ante in tla ir 
nuMii insnrrecteai ihiiaii,'li Or. L , as:l.ey 
alho allege : and aLso that it is ctrtaiily 
true ihiit while tl.ee he li> Id no oflieial 
eiinmunieation what' ver with any person 
txeejit the Consuls of his own (Jovernincnt 
at Uclimoi.d and N.el )lk. While there 
we learn he saw ami conversed with many 
per-ons whom he h.ul known here in t'OCi 
ety. including J lid ill l*. Heiij imin : but liis 
int' reoursc with tlieiii, iiiic and all. was 
wh Hv of an unoffi -i al ehiructcr. 



The President Visits a French 
Frigate. 

WASUi.\Tiro.v, April I'S. 
The Presi'lent visiteil ilie French h-igitte 
(ia>sendi to day, it l>eing the tirst time a 
President of the Unittd Slates evtr went 
aboard a foreign v.is-:el of war. He was re 
ceivcti with the honors paid to criiwned 
hrail-; — the same as is usu-.d!y shown to Km 
perors. The yards weri> n.auned by the 
crew, wli(> sliouftd vre le tiemlent. Sec 
re!aiy Stanton and Captiin Dahlgron ac- 
C'lmpanied the Pi-t>ideiit. The French 
Mini-ter was aboaid to receive the party. 

Death of an Old Editor, 

Pbiladelpuia, April 27. 
Mr. Crump, f^>r more than a quartf r of u 
cciKuiy coimected wii'i t'le piess ol this 
city — piineipahy attached to the Enquiter 
— died this a. -m. at hi.s residence in Cam- 
den. 

Fii-e, 

Kew ANEE, 111., April 28. 
A tire here ve-terdav destroved si.x 
stores. Los« )?12"',()0(»— in'snred SU 000. 

XXXVII CO.MaRESS---FIRST SESSION 

Wasuinutox, April 2S. 

.Siv.N'ATK. — The President pro tern, pre- 
seiited a commnuication, concerning the 
numlier, a'_'e,s of the slaves, <fec., in the Dis 
trict of (.'olumbi 1. The Secretary said the 
stati--tics were compiled some years aj^o, 
and were pet haps not available row. The 
coinmuuication was refernd to the Coin- 
initree on the District of Columbia. 

Messrs. King and Sumner presented 
P'titionsin favor of the emancipation of 
slaves. 

.Mr. [tavis pres':'nfed petitions from to- 
bacco manufacturers, asking lor a redr.o- 
ti'.n i:f the prop'.sed ta.x on tobacco. 

Mr. Wi'son, of .Massachusetts, from the 
milit.iry committre, ropoiteil back the hi 1 
for theoriianizalion of the signal depart- 
ment, and m-jV'il it.s inJiliniie po-tpone 
luent. Pistponed. 

Mr. Wilson, of Mas.saclm?elts, offrtd a 
res'hition, that the Secretary of War be 
rii'iistcd to hiqniro into t!)c C( ndition ot 
Fl.irper's Ferry Ainiory, what damage ha^ 
been done toil, and wiiat is the value cf 
property of tl.e L'nitcd States, there now, 
and what anuunt is necessary, and whellur 
it is expedient to restore the Armory, and 
re • mpliy tho workmen. Adopted. 

Mr. Ponv ny introduced a bill to prevnt 
the i.i.portaUon of ad'dterated liquors, by 
provid.ng a puni.shm' nt therefor. 

Hoi;sK — The Speaker announced the 
loHowing special cuinini'tee on the confisca- 
lii'ii ( f rebri pro|'erty: Ohii, otXew York, 
FiHott.ot Massachusetts, Xoe!l, of Missouri, 
HatehingJ, of Ohio, MuliiTv, of Kentucky, 
Beamaii, of Michigan, and Cobb, ol New 
Jersey. 

Mr. Oiin remarked he had heretofore 
asked to be ex' used Irom serving on the 
commitue, and he repeated the reasons fi>r 
the request which was now complied 
with. 

On motion of Mr. .MePherson, it was re- 
solved the Secretary of War transmit to the 
IIou-:o.cr.pies o* the reports of tiie comman- 
ders of rt giment, brigad'-' and divisions en- 
gaged in 'be battle i f .Shiloh, Tennessee. 

On motion of .Mr. Gaoch, the Seiate bill 
for recognition of llayti and Liberia, wa- 
rt ferred to the committee on foreign aflairs. 

Rebel Forces at Fort Randolph, 

SKIRMISH AT PITTSBURG; LAND- 
ING. 



CHAKGUS AOAINSr (iE>. GKANT. 



WHAT A te.\nl:ssei:an says of the 

LATE BATTLE. 



From the Chicago Tribune. 

Cairo, April 24. 
There are said to be 8 000 rebel troops in 
t!ie rear of Chickasaw Bluhs at Randolph, 
(i&n. Br.-'.gg has transferred tiie command 
of Fort Wriifht to Gen Price 

From Pittsburg, I have intelligence of a 
>kirmi-h wi'h the eiemy in which Gen. 
Gratsger, with 5,000 cavalry, a portion of 
the recent reinforcements sent up the Ten- 
mssea, participatid. About two miles 
from oar pickets they came in contact with 
the rebel pickets, drove them in and eo~ 
count» red a strong force ot rebel cavalry, 
whi'.h they engaged. After fighting brisk- 
ly for an hour, both pides retired, with ins 
considerable loss. Tiiis w as on Wedne^dav. 
Thi 1 e has hien no attempt to move the 
main bo ly cf the army. 

The embargo laid upon onr movements 
by the rain am! mud still continncs. When 
the advance will tuke place is all a matter 
of eonj' (tnre. 

Gen. Grant and his conduct during the 
terrible i^iys of April are still the subjects 
ofciiiici^m. and I am told that charges 
are beins daily preferred against him (or 
ir dinp' teney and recklessness. Gen. Hal 
!(. .c pay.s no attention to tho charge?, bat 
leav( 8 tl.e investigation of the whole affair 
to l?iingresa. 

A g.;fit'eman from Northern Tennessee, 
whu;;e Unionism is unqiiestinned, says that 
the whi.le cunlry below him is I'ull of 
woundi-d soldiers and fugitives from the 
battle of Piitsbtirg. The returned rebels 
say that ofier the arrival of Buell's troops 
on JSunday, ai:d the attack on Monday, 
Beauregard made a spirit'd appeal to his 
men. ackiiowhdg'ng the arrival of 
Federal reiofcrcements, but said the 
armies of Price and Van D irn were on the 
way and would arrive before nightfall. Sub- 
sequently he brought tro(*ps Irom the rear 
of his own force, representing them as the 
expected arrivals. After the final rout, the 
enemy became very much demoralized and 
ran the filteen miks intervening between 
the battle field and Corinth, in three hours. 
The panic and flight of our .'^oldiers at Bull 
Run, was nothing compared with it. Ai- 
rividg at Corinth they found the town de 
serted and left immediately for Tennessee 
without further hindrance. 

Thi re is a bitter feud between the re- 
maii.ipg Mississippi and Tennessee regi- 
ments, in consequence of the former dub- 
bing the Tennesseeans cowards, and they do 



not recognize their social ci; luiiiy. My in- 
formant says the latter will not hght in the 
coming battle. Tiie Federals have marly 
siirri.'undi'd them, and they consider tin ir 
case selilod as soi n as the c.ipliire of Feit 
Pillow and Mimphis fchall be accompii>hcd. 

From the Tennessee River. 

M A TT IJ K S .4 T 1> I T T M B H H ii. 



HKALTII OF Tin: ARMV — PK0»t'i?rrs OF A 
Ii VTTI.E. 



Siiffial t'orrtfponilrncf. of III- Chvaijo Tii'mne. 

PiTTSUI-UG IiA.\DI.V«, April 22. 

As mi^ht be exptcicd, ah.r<.'e percent 
age of ihc a'luv is on the sii*k li.st. Out 
ot some regiments e)f live hundred tni n 
twe) hundr. d and twenty ar. in ihe hiispilal. 
Out of some- of the batteries of one huii- 
dred and thirty men, thirty are en the sick 
list. The new ce>mers appear to suft" r the 
most, alihuuiih a large' number ot the tf0O;>.-= 
engaged in the late battle, having been (or 
ne'arly ti^n ilays without proper food, w(>re 
altc id With diarrliei and much pro ■ 
traled. The late wet weM'her h,i.^ n d' im- 
proved Ihem. A few line days Ike the 
present wouM, howe'ver, material iy beneht 
the health of the cam(). 

I yesterday, notwith-tandiiig the sturm, 
rode out to the freril ; found the advanced 
camps much better locat d. The ground 
was not so much cut up, or tho mud so 
deep. . A week of good weatlm would dry 
up the roads considerably. .Still there is 
much to l)L> done here; stores are ytt to be 
prepared, t-nt-s received, i tc. 

Major G.nera! Pope's elivisi.>n of tie 
Western army, numbering some twenty or 
twenty five thousand aien, arrived here in 
some thirty steamboats this morning. 

From this change in the oriirinal pro- 
gramme, it is evident tiial Ihe plan of bond- 
ing a strong column down tiio river has been 
abandonid, whether becaiL-e Feirt Pillow 
has been lemnd to be too strong, or for oth- 
er reasons, I know not. This army will 
accordingly be the main force destined for 
tho subjugation of the re'oelri in the South 
west, by an advance on Memphis and the 
rebel cities By penetrating to Mempl.is 
it will be enabled to turn any oftheforiiii d 
positions of the rebJs on the Mississippi, 
between that city and Cairo. They catjuot 
hold them any m ;re than they could Co- 
lumbus after the fall ol Forts Henry and 
Donelson. 

The army will probably wait fr r lurtlier 
reinlorcenicnts from Biell before muvinir. 
Ft i' hard, however, to pudi th'.Mii forward, 
on account of the condition of the roads in 
all this region of c."iuntry. The rains have 
so increased the volume of water iu the 
river that it now runs like the tail of mill 
race. 

Ger.. Pope* and staff landed last night, 
but the army remains on board the boats 
'I'he General appears to be in excellent 
health. To move his arm}', with all its 
ba!rgage and material of war i-i a herculean 
task. The bluff's lure are Irom si.xty to 
seventy fe; t high, and an' rnly surmounteel 
throuirh ravines widch are verv steep and 
in which the tenacious mud is more than 
knee deep. 

Tiie following among other Illinois reqi- 
ments are here: 9lh, 1 Ith, I2th, 18th, 20tl), 
4(n!i, ."iOtli. 41st, 57th and Gist. They are 
in Gene.'ral tiranis Division of the army. 
Some of the soldiers, 1 notice, are Ptill ut)> 
proviih d with tents 1 havi- seen .some im 
provided with the nid of rails, in which 
blankets a'.d old overcoais are laid Tiny 
are generally ab )nt two and a half and 
three l';et in tne olear al the highest part, 
and most be about as dry as 'me of the 
S'wers of your city. They are' litn'ally 
mud puddks. Other of tiie troops are in 
e.X'.'.'ilent tents. 

The unforlunato contrabands arc satis 
(led with a shake down anywiiere. They 
F.re really some o! ihe most useful j er-{.ns, 
in their way, in tiie army, and probalily 
freim t!ie fact of their being employed by the 
oflicers and soldi-rs on errands thr;uiu;li the 
camp, arc well acq lainttd with the loca- 
tion of the headejuarteis of the various 
generals of the difJcrent r t-'iments. I never 
fail to be incorre'ctly din cU d by tie m, 
while on the contrary fom piivates, and 
even officers. I find it g.-norally impo.ssib.e 
to get satisfactory directions. ' 

Tfie army isgraduallv extending its lines, 
anil the pickets are said to be nearly nine 
miles out. On their side the rebels are 
also .«aid to have thrown out their picketo 
some five miles f'lrther ; so that the diss 
tance bet«eeu this point and Corinth beinii 
e»uly twenty milts, the advanced p sts mu.st 
be nearly in sight of each other. Picket 
duty and scouting iu such weath. r as we 
have had fe.r the past few days, inn=t be 
in the last degree nnplea-ant," for above, 
underfoot, and all around is nothing bal 
water — not a dry S] ot to be found for thn 
dole of one's foot. 

Mi.sNE.soTA feuARPsno ITERS — A Compa- 
ny of sharpshooters, rais'd in Minnesota, 
passed through tiiis city ye.^terday, en route 
for Washington. The comp-iiiy ia 101 
.strong, all crack riflemen, and is command- 
ed by Captain Woi. F. Russell. Captain 
R. is a pr'nter, and at Iho commencement 
of the war, founO himseii in New Orleaus, 
pursuing his regn'ar avocation. He imme- 
eliately return-d North, and enlisted in the 
Slur;;es Rifle?, Caotain Steele, then forming 
in this city. With hi-i company he went 
through the campaign in Western Virginia, 
and w.as then trauHletrcd to the Potomac. 
Here Capt. Russell's .soldierly qualities at- 
tracted the eye of Col. Berdan, and, at the 
solicitation of the latter, the Secretary of 
War commissioned him as Captain, and 
eave him authority ♦orecrr.it a company in 
the West. The company is a me^st excel- 
lent one. It is made up ol frontiersmen, 
atid, undiT Capt. Russell's energetic com - 
manel, he will be favorably heard from.— 
Chic'igo Iribune. 



W^iSSOt.UTIOJS- of rjUTJ\'iiUISUtF 

Notice js hereby given th.at tlis partner.ship hereto- 
fore exifitin,; between the subscribers kuown as tbe 
firm of VROMAN h ClieK'KKTT, i.s thh day dissolved 
by mutual consent. 

H. N. VROMAN, 
N. CRejCKETT. 



Tl e buRinees will be <»rried on at the old stand by 

N. CRe>CXF.TT. 
Minneapolio, March "9th. 1R(^'2. anrl2;tm»2 

WhisaoLVTiOJX'or PJiitTJ\'M-:n!sHMP. 

The p.artuership hereto'oreexisfng undf-r the name 
of HE'VSON & BAKNiCs is di.8i.l.''a bv 1 niit»li.,a. 
AH cla'm^ against Ihe firm will be imrae'di^'ti ly paid 
in full by I.. E. Ujirn's, and to him mu.st be paid a!l 
debts due in the s iid firm. 

Saint J'ae.1, April Utb, 1862. 

I.. E BARNES. 



CARD. 

The busine-i", pollpclionj, &c., of the Ute (irm of 
HKWSON Jt BARNFS, is transferred to th-^ Bnukino: 
Hiinse of Thiinipfon ft Brother, at which place, Mr". 
B«rn«» will he ealter be found ready xnd happy to see 
any of the old customers of the lite firm. 

■-'. '■ , April 24, 186'.'. 

»i "-'> L. E. BARNKS. 



F 



a jt 



K 



A Span of Horses, 

Eoqaire of 

Z. E. B. NASH, St. Paul. 

Or AI.LKN HARMON. Minneapolis. arrW-lw 



m. dium, in drums and boxes ; famlv Mackerel Nos 
1 au<l -.,iQ kitts ; Sc,l»a Herring, %\\ in prrne condi- 
boD ana at Im, tteureg, at 

(Stol3 COOLBT 'BOWfiR ft CO.*S. 



ItKTUKN OF DU. KKINER. 

It wi'l be recollected that Dr. J. K. 
Reiner left St. Paul on the Dlh inst., under 
a cuneiissi )ii Irom the Governor to visit 
the hospitals in Kimtucky in order to ascer> 
tain the comiilion of the tick and wounded 
of the Secorn" ami Third .Minnesota Regi- 
iiienvs. The Doctor accomplished his inis'< 
.siou and returned to St Paul by the Keokuk 
on Sunday. 

Yesterday he submitted the following con- 
cise and graphic report to the (iovernor, 
which will be read with iuterefit by every 
citiz'-ii, and particularly by tho.se having 
Triends anel relatives in the two gallant regi- 
ments now serving in Tennessee : 

St. Pall, April 28. 1862. 
7^' His Kj-i-'lhuci/ , AU-xamla- Kaiiuey, Covernnr of 
th'' StaU of .Vin-nesota: 

Dear Sir : la accordance with instructions 
receiveel from you, to visit the difl'eront hos- 
pitals in Keiitacky and ascertain the condi- 
tion ot" the sick and wouuded left behind by 
the Second and Third Kegiments of .Minne- 
sota Volunteers, I herewith enclose Ihe result 
tf my investigations. The last of the sick and 
wounded were removed from Somerset to the 
ho.spital at Lebanon, where I found thirtys 
liiree of the Second Regiment (Schedule A) 
all couvalcsceut hut one, who was stiil confined 
to his cot with typhoid fever. 

In tho hospital at Belmont there were seven 
of the Third Rejciineut, (schedule Ii) all con- 
valesiceut hut one, who wa.s still confined 
with inflammatory rheumatism. 

Ho.sp\tal No. 3, at Louisville, contained eight 
of the Second Regiment, (schedule B) all con- 
\ale8cenl; six acting as nurses. 

At Hospital No. 4 (Louisville) but two if the 
Second Regiment remained; both convalescent, 
(.schedule B). 

Hospital \o. 6 (Louisville) contained but 
two of the Third and cue of the Second Regi- 
ment, (schedule C). 

Park Hospital and Barracks contained twen- 
ty of the Second Regiment, (schedule D) all 
convalescent. Captain Noah, of Company K, 
Second Regiment, was on duty at the Bar- 
racks, and Surgeon Bingham, of the Third 
Rejjimeut, had charge of the sick. 

I endeavored to obtain a full list of all the 
deceased at the different hospitals, but owing 
to the fact that the register having been re- 
tained by the Surgeon in leaving the hospi- 
tal for his regiment, a full list could not be 
obtained. As far as obtained the list in sche- 
dule C is correct. 

It affords me much pleasure to add, that 
all the various hospitals visited by me were 
well arrang'd, well ventilated, scrupulously 
clean, and abundantly supplied with hospital 
stores, skilful surgeons, and attentive nurses. 

It is but ptoper in this connection to state 
that if some arrangements could be made on 
the pan of the .St:.te, by which the conva- 
lescent soldiers could return to their homes in 
this State, to recuperate their health, in place 
of being detained in convale.scent barracks 
lor an indefinite period, the effectiveness of 
our soldiers would be largely increased, as 
well as affording to them recreation and ens 
joyment during their convalescence. Similar 
nrrangeinents have been made by other Slates, 
and surtjly Minnesota is not indifferent to the 
welfare of her patriotic sous. 

In conclusion, let me express my many ob- 
liitations to the different olficers, medical di- 
rectors and surgeons in charge of the various 
stations and hospitals, for their many acti^oj- 
kindness and ample facilities afforded me in 
the discharge of my duties. 

Also to the steamer Jeannelte Roberts, 
Messrs. Burbank & Company's Stage Company 
and steamer Ilawkeye Stale, and their gens 
tiemanly officers, for a free passage to Saint 
LouLs, and to Ihe various lines of travel for 
facilities in reaching the different points of 
destination. 

It is but proper to add that the hospital 
stores 80 generously furnished by the Saint 
Paul Ladies' Aid Society, were entrusted to 
Surgeon Biugham, of the Second Regiment of 
Minnesota Volunteers, in charge of the sick 
at Park JV.irracks. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

J. K. REINER. 

SCHEDCLB "A." 

List if th^Miniifsola Volunteers in Leiianon Hog]iilal 

1 L. U. Corliss Co. A 2d Reo- 

2 W. H. Boss " " " "■ 

3 H. M. Harding. " " « 

4 H. P. Holland 

a I). N. Morse 

Uicliarfi Rice 

7 M B Dealer 

8 \V, R Shipton, Phthesis.. 

9 W. C. Smith 

10 C. W. White 

11 ('has. Alden 

12 .L B.Gere 

13 S. S. Kline, Nurse 

14 G. M. Wright 

l.") Alex. Braelburne 

K! .lohn Maybold 

17 Oie Olfson, Nurse 

18 Benj. Rdundseilc 

19 Thomas Smith 

20 C. .J Atwater 

21 W. Pratt 

22 .1. .'scliwerer 

23 W. H. Wiggins 

24 J.is. Pelky 

25 W. S. Nelson, Ast. Drug'st " " " 

26 .John Benson " K " 

27 J. S.Poe " " " 

28 Pastman " " " 

29 M. C. Ru.ssell " •' '• 

30 Geo. U. Wiley '« " " 

SI S. E. James " A " 

32 A. Putnev " C " 

33 S. Lislie! " H " 

SCHDDOLE "B." 
Lift of Minrwso'n Volunteer.^ at Belmont Hospital. 

1 Aven E. Johnson Co. G 3d Reg. 

2 T. Acker, Inflam. Rhem'sn. " E " 

3 P. M. Mc.Neal " K " 

4 Jas. Clarkson " O " 

5 .las. A. Coleman •' A " 

6 J. T. Andrues " K " 

7 Jno. Uplegrafl' " " " 

Lxit nf Minntsoti Volunteers at Ho-ijiital Ao. 3. 

Louisville. 

1 C. Brain, Nurse Co. B 2d Reg. 

2 C. M. Corliss, Nurse " A " 

3 ("has. Gahagan " " K " 

4 Hiram H. Stewart, Nurse. " B " 

5 A. llosticter. Nurse " A " 

fi L Ward, Nurse " F " 

7 A. Batchelor " C 

8 Joseph Vule " H " 

Li-i of Minnesota rnlunteem at Hospital Ho. 4 

LouisHllt. 

1 W.N. Harden Co. F 3d Reg. 

2. Peter Peterson " E " 

SCHEDCLK "C." 
List rf Minnesota V'lhine'rn at Hospital No. b, Lou- 
isville. 

1. Peter Gilbertson Co. D 3d Reg. 

2. James L.Fi8ke " B " 

8. Norman Case " A 2^ Reg. 

List of d'orf at Lebanon Hotpitil, 2d R^ffimenl. 

1. Nathan Chase, Co. C, Dodge county, Jan. 
8lh, 18ti-,i. 

2. Henry Shaw, Co. F, Fort Suelling, Jan. 
12th, lSei2. 

3. John B. Bash, Co. B, Minnesota, Jan. 
17th, 1862. 

4. C. H. Ainsworth, Co. F, Filloiore coun- 
ty, Jan. 26th. 1862. 

' 5. Warren Kennedy, Co. F, Shakopee, Jan. 

80th, 1862. 

G. Chester Simonds, Co. B, Pine Island, 
Feb. 1st, 1862. 

7. Chailes Olin, Co. C, Clermont, Feb. 2d, 
1862. 

5. R. Parker, Co. I, Penobscott, March 6th, 
1862. 

9. Daniel Cobb, Co. K, Ohio, March 16th, 
1862. 

10. G. M. Pineo, Co. A, Chatfield, March 
16th, 1862. 

11. Stephen Devery, Co. B, Rochester, 
March 2Ul, 1862. 

12. J. D, Soiitb, Co. H, New Auburn, 
Maroh27th, 1S62. 



4< H 

(( tl 

t( (( 



AC Hospital No 4, LouisviXVt. 

1. March 23d, Samuel Northrup, Co. K, 3d 
RegiDi*>Dt. 

2. March 19th, D. G. Perrin, Co. C. 3d Reg- 
iment. 

8. January, David Fluuder, Co. B, 8dReg 
iment. 

4 Feb. 19th, L. Purdy, Co. H, 3d Regis 
meut. 

5. March 3d, J. B. Braunarel, Co. A, 3d 
Regiment. 

SCUEDULK '* D." 
List of .Vinnemta I olunteers at Hirk Uarracks and 
Hiiffiital. 

1. R. M. Bateman Co. A. 2d Reg. 

2. Geo. Uewitle " " " 

3. Spencer >s. Pitcher... 

4. W. M. Uackett 

5. J. H. .Shipton 

6. F. L Dobbin " " " 

7. G. L. Gates " " " 

8. Samuel Taylor " B " 

9. Francis M. Wuldron " " '• 

10. Jas. F. Williams " C " 

11. R. S. Chase " E 

12. Arch. Elliot " F 

13. O. N. Keys " " 

14. Wni. Keil <• G •' 

15. Andrew Pohl " " " 

16. Joseph Volman " " 

17. K. V. Kelion " H 

13. Enoch Marsh " " 

19. C. H. McCousties " I 

20. J. I'. Montgomery " K 

Monetary. 

CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE QUOTA- 

TIO.\S OF THOMPSON BKOS BANKKaS, AND DBAL- 
K8S IX KiCHANGK, LAND WARllAXTS. AC 

St. Paol, April 28 1862. 
B A N R A R L K K L" i\ It .S . 
New Yi.rK, New Englend, 

Ohio, MichitfHii, 

lowii, riiiladelpliia, 

lodiina. New .ler.-^ev, 

Winona County Bank, I'ittuburgh, 

KaOiSey Co. Endorsed Scrip, WigcoDsin. 
U. S. Demand Notes, Canada. 

Unitee*. States 6 per cent, two years Xoteit 
Harling & Scheffer's ondor.sf^i s;rip. 

EICHANGK RATEiS. 

isellinij lor. I'remium 

Bankfible Funds mperctprm 

Eastern % per ct prm 

Treasury Notes ^ pr ct pm-. 

American Gold ^ perct d's. 



186S. 



186S. ^^in- lUingT^'-ortii, 



THE NOimiEKN LINE 



FOR 

KEOKUK, DAVENPORT, DUBUQUK, i 
ST. PAUL AND STILLWATER, i 

On the opening of navigation, 
1HK NORTHEBN tlNK PACKETS 

Will resume their tegular t.ips to 8t Paul and inter- 
luediate ports, 

LEAVING ST. LOUIS 

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday eves 
nings, at 4 o'clocl. 

In consequence of the fr>neriil dejre-ssion o< bufi- 
ness, tlie Northern Line Packet C<. Bpany will only 
run Uuee boats per week to St. Paul 



WATCH MANUFACTURER, 

A?»D 

TOWN CLOCK BUILDER. 

."IGN OF TBE TOWN CIXJCK 
JJIVKSOJV ST., HJfJVT F.1VM.. 



THE NORTHERN LINE PACKET COMP'V 

Wi 1 also run to I)ubiii|ue a line of packets, 

Leaving; til. I.ouit every Minday, Wed- 

iit»daff and J-riday at 4 o'tloeli, F,JH, 

TliHs laakmic a daily line as tar i-i Duhuqae. 

The Packets will leave frciu tli<> Northern Line Wharl 
toat. at the foot of Wa.shingt( n Avenue. 

THOMAS R. RHODES, 

Prebident. 

Borup & Cliamplm, 



Having had over thirty ye&ni experience in the beat 
Watch Factories in Engiand and Amer.ca, he iaela 
himself competent to do anything in his line a little 
8up<Tior to :.ny other esta.b!ihhment in tbe northwert. 

jI^N. B. Persoiia wishiug to perfect themselvee 
in the baa-'neas will be received ander iostruclioa oa 
very moderate term.^. Kite- work done and Clock and 
Watcl. Wheeb< cut for the trade at low rat«B. mrtty 

St. Paul Vinegar Works, 

NO. 4 SIBLKV STREET. 



apr4-7m 



Agents, St. Paul. 



Chicago, Friday Evening, April 25. 

Money mutters are still dull; but a gradual 
improvement begins to be manifest. In spite, 
however, of growing activity, there appears 
to be an accumulation of papital in the hands 
of bankers. Opportunities to use it safely and 
profitably do not realize the wishes of hold- 
ers. • 

New York Exchange is dull. The banks take 
it from customers at par and possibly a fracs 
lion above is sometimes obtained. The sel- 
ling price is }/ premium, but the demand is 
far below the supply. 

Gold is steady at former rates, viz: 1)4 buy- 
ing, and l%(g2 |< cent, selling, the upper fig<- 
ure for retail parcels. 



WU0U.:AI.« I'KAI.KK IV 

Foreign Wines & Liquors, 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKEY. 

AND MO Nl REAL MALI WUI.SKET. 

I r.nd that the JpipreBMon pre.-aii« that pure 
Foreign WineK and Brandy cannot be obtain(»d in 
St. Paul. I wi>!i t.i assure ih«: cit tens and oth- 
ers that hey can safely rely upon jT'dtin^ pure, 
una^lulterated W'ines, Brandies and Gin Irom me, 
equal to any imported. 

W. W. WEBB. 
Also, London Porter, Scotch .Ale,S»tch Whiskey. 




KING & CO., 

nSALKRS I.N- 

FRESH MEATS, POULTRY & GAME 

of all kinds and in any qiactity. 



Commercial. 



CmcAGO, Friday Evening, April 25. 

The demand for Flour was fair, but ut low- 
er prices, which holders were unwilling to 
submit to, and the market was dull, with sales 
of only 2,700 barrels at $3,80(g,4.05 for fair to 
good Spring Extras, and $2.76 tor medium 
spriLg super. Winter wheat brands were ne- 
glected and dull. 

About i'lO.OOO bushels of all grades changed 
hands, at 'liigTt^c for No. 1 spring, 72>^(g,74c 
for No, 2 sprring; &.5c for No. 1 Bed, and 80c 
for>o 2 Red. ". le sales for the inside quos 
tatiois were all for receipts expiiing to day. 
At the close there were no sellers below 79c for 
No. 1 and 74c for No. 2. 



NEW ITOUK MAKKET. 

(Hy Telegrajih.) 

New York, April 28. 

Flour— Market heavy and 5 cents lower ; 

sales 6,5'jO hbis. 

W^ heat— Market dull and drooping. 



NEW ADVEimSEMENfS. 



PRINCE Ac CO.'S 

IMPROVED 

MliULiODEOlSrS ! 



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The oldest establiKhment iu the United States, em- 
ploying 200 men, and tini.<hing eighty instruments per 
week. 

Manufaclury corner of Maryland and 
JViag-ara iftre^ta. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



WHOLESALE DEPOT-S. 

87 Fallon street New York 

43 Lake street ChicigO 

WHOLESALE AGENT.S. 

H-nre ToUiuan & Co 

W. K. Colliurn 

BalniMr itt Weber 

James Pellak 

A. Coufe 

Ph. P Wrriein 

A. ^ S. Nordheimer 



B<>KtoD. Ha!<«. 

, Cinciun«ti, O. 

St lx)uis, Mo. 

Philadelphia. 

...Detr it, Mich. 

New Orlean.t. 

Toronto, C. W. 



Penons unacquainted with the MeloGeon and it.i 
history, will bear in mind that we are ihe pioneers 
an't leading maautactuiers, not oniy in the United 
States, tut in Ihe world. \Ve commooced the nianu- 
f ictute of Meiodeons in the OiU < f ti/e year 1847, and 
since that time have finished and soM TWE.\TY-SKV 
EN TacUSANP. These instruments aie now in u.se 
mostly in tho United S ates and Canada, but also in 
Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and the West 
Indies-, and from « 1 these quarters we have the most 
flatteiin(f tesiimoniaU of the high ehtimatioo ia uhicb 
they iXfe hel'i 

Jt all induntrtal XxMbiUona they have 

invariably been awarded the Hiffh- 

est I'remium whenever Hjchi- 

biled in Competition 

with Other: 

We fhall takt pleasure in forwarding by mail (at 
our own expea.S') our Illustrated Citologue, in which 
every instrument »e manulac'ure is fully described, 
and illugtraltd by elegant engravings. 

All MelodeoD* (f our manutacture, either s<jld by us 
or deahr^ in any part of the United Mates or Oanada, 
are warranted to be perfect in every respect, and 
should any repairs be nece sary before the evpiraticn 
ol five years from .'.ate of sale, we hoi : our.selves ready 
and willing to make the same free of charge, provided 
the injury is not caused by sccident or de-^gn 

Aeei ts t 'T <he sale of our Mehxieons may be found 
in all the priocipai towns of the United States and 
C&nafia. 

Address either 

GEO. A. PRINCE k CO, Buffalo, N. Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO, b7 Fulton st. N.Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO, 43 Latest, Chicago. 
Or lither of the above wholesale agents. 
apr'JBdAiwly 



Persons wi-shing CHOICE LOTS (f the be^t kind, 
and at the lowest price, can alwayt find eveiy thing 
in tbe Fresh Meat line at 



KINO & CO. 



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Well known store on Wabashaw s.eet, near Fiflh. 
Those who like good living should give us a call, &£ 
we alwavs keen a choice lot on hand. feh9d1y 



*^ TV of Raal^ey— District Court, 2ud District. 
David Cooper vs. John C. Br'ckinridgu. 

Summons lor money demand on Contract for Pay 
meat of Money. Complaint not nerfed. 

In the name ot the State of Mil nesc'a. 

To John C. Breckinridge, Defendant : — Vou are 
hereby summontni aud required t<: answer the com- 
plaint in this arti.;n, which t-aid I'-oniplaint is Ii ed 
in the offire of the Clerk of this l^-)trt. fi.r tiie county 
aforesaid, at Paict Paul, in the county of Ramsey 
aforesaid, aud to ^e've a copy of your un>wer 
thereto, on the sub.«eribers at their ofbce in the city 
o! Saint Paul, county afores iid, within twenty day- 
after theserfiiie of this summons upon vou, e.xclu: ivt- 
of the day of such service; and il you fail to an 
swer the said complaint within tlie time aforesaid, 
the jlain'ilf in this artion will tske iudgment 
srainst you for Ihe sum of five thmsand four hun- 
dred and re venieen and 50-100 dollars, wiih i'jteiest 
at the rate of sevea ver cent, jer an:iiim from the 
1st day of .Ian nary. A. p. one '.housjin 1 eiirht hundred 
and gity nine, toi^ether with the cos's "t this action. 

Dated at St. Paul, April llth.A. n lSfi2. 
<M;TH & OIL HAN, 

apr26-('.* Plain ill's Attorneyr. 



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Notice u hi'rebv given that the pjrtner^hip hereto- 
fore existioa: between the subscriher^ under the sty'e 
of Sanborn *c Lund is this day disnolve.! by mutual 
consent. 

Dated St. Paul, Maroh 27, 1862. 

JOHN B .-^ANBOkN, 
CH.ARl.K^C. LUND. 

The business of the late Brui of Stnborn .t Lumi 
will bi" adju Ted and closel out by he subscriber at 
the office of Horn A: Galusha, and a 1 persons iuilekil- 
ed to i-'ii ! firru are requested to call and make itcmt- 
diate pavment 

St. P.ul, March 27, 1862. 

manOttiw CllAS. C. LU.s'O. 



For Ten Days Ijonger I 



Clerk, Burke & Baker, 

XAM-FACrCRKK8 AKD IMPOH1KK8 OF 

NEEDLES, FISH HOOKS, FISHING 
TACKLE, «fec. 

4f8 Maiden Lane k 35 Liberty street, 

NEW YORK, 

Would respec'fully call the attention of wholeaale 
dealeri to their extensive and varied stock of 

FISHING TACKLE. 

Their factory. " NEPTUNE WOKK?'," Canton strt., 
Brooklyn, has been in successful aperation lor four 
years, where lh»y manuf ictur- every variety of 

FISH HOOKS, SPEARS, &c. 

From the best spriner steel, and wltirli they warrant 
much superior and faliy cheaper than tbe imported 
article. 

ORDraiS SOLICITED ANB EXECUTED AT ONCE, 
For any variety or style if Hooks, Rods, Reels, Lines, 
Seines. Ba^ke's, and Trolling Bait. Water proof Lines 
at reduced prices, etc: 

Ihe} would call particnUir attention I0 their stock 
of Flv Hooks. 

Sole depot for the saU of WARRIN'S celebrated 
crill eved and TELEGRAPH NEEDLES. 

apr29-3m 

JOHN A. STEES. 

MA5FFA0TFRIS AMD DBAUm Dl 

Fiu'iiitiire & Cabinet Ware 

Of every variety of stylo and pattern. 
Corixir 3d anil Minnesota Sta. St. Paul. 
JilTAll kind* of lumbor tftkon in trade.^y 
Jjaatawij. 



The balance of tbe stock i'l selling 

AVITHOUT RESERVE 

At Auction Prices. 
Tbe greatest bargains are being g vea. 
flS^Store and Dwelling House fir rent low. 

\G. SCOTT, 
aprll :2w Third street. 

PIRST ARRIVAl^ 
or 

NEW SPRING- OOODS 

AT 

N. H. BLUM'S. 

49-Evcrythlng of the most desirabli' kind in the Dry 
oodsLine in<r rucelved. Cvll and se-.-'SK ro27:lra 

Wanted to Buy. 

Any person who WANTS TO SELL a mixed stock of 
Dry Goods and Groceries, or st ^ck of either on rea- 
sonable terms may find a safe- purchaser by addressing 
R. D., Diindas, Minn. 

niar16:lm 

C. E. Woolsey & Co. 

[(Successors to L, D. Wihioo,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NO. 911 SOUTH WATER ST. CHICAGO. 

CASH ADVANCES ON CON.SIGNMENTS. 

roarl:d&wly 



Palmer's Pure Viiieg^ar. 

We would tall the attention of ail who s.re inter- 
esUid in the manu'acture and sale of 1-UrlE VINEGAR 
to our stuck, manuisclure! under patent to John 
Palmer. We have on h;<n '. a belter article ol Vinegar 
th m wasever before oifere i for sale in the northwest, 
which we are prepared to send to any part of the State 
at reasonabl'! rste-^. 

COUNTRY DEALERS 

Who do not buy <Hrectiy of us should be parliirular 
to specify "Palmer's Pure Vine^*r, ' when ordering 
from wholesiile d<'aiers in St. Paul. 

CONSUMERS 

Should in all c-tses a^k for P.-. LMER'S PURE VINEGAR 

AXD TAKE NO OTHER. 

It is for sale by all the Grocers in the city who devire 
to keep GOOD ARTICLES for sale. Try it, and you 

•,vii! -d.se no other. 

From D. B.Reid, M. D., F. R. S. E. , Practical Chem- 
i.st, and suthor ol numerous works on Cbemistiy, 
Public Health, Ac. ; 

'• 1 herel.y Certify, that Ihave examined tlie vine- 
gar manufactured bv C.C. lewis A Co. of this city, 
and have found it of excellent quality and free from 
all de'eterious ingredients. D. B. ROD." 

"St. Paul Dc. 18,lb6l.' 

Sold at wholesale or retail at our works on Sibley st. 

March :n, 1862. C. C. LEWIS * Oo. 



LEMONS 

AND 

O R -A. ]Sr G E S 

J ust received and for sale by 

UPHAM & HOL.MES. 

hpr23 

Oranges and Lemons I 

MAPLE SUOAR. 
Q R E E N APPLES. 

Sweet Cider. 

At [apriuj »I. X, K^KLiVslMHi^rt. 



The Last and only chance 

TO BUY GOODS AT 

YOUR OWN pricp:s. 

RFGARDLESS OF ( OST, TARIFF «fe TAX 



I olfer my entire stock of 

CLOTHING iGE.NTS' FURNISHING GOODS 
At New Vcrk cost, to close out. (Jive me a call If 
you want to buy, aud I will convince you I mean 
what I Sal . 

S. D. JACKSON. 

OPPOSITK THOMPSON BROS.' BANK, THIRD ST. 
«pr27-lni ST. PAUL. 



WHITE CARBON OIL! 



We are just receiving our: new stock tf 

KIERS BEsT WHITE CARBON OIL- 
E. A: H. ¥. BELJL. 



J. J. DUGAN'S 
MILLINERY STORE 

REM'IVFD TO THE 

CATHOLIC BLOCK 

A few doors below Day & Jenks's Di'g Store, od st. 
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS always 



on hand. 



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Field, G-arden & Flower 

SEEDS. 

IN BULK AND PAPERS. 



TO PAINTERS! 

We have ju'-t received a s!<,ck of the celebrated 

B p: N Z I N E , 

Wliich is now taking the place tf Turpenliuc Oall 
and see it at E. A: H. Y. BELL, Third sU 

.St. Paul, April •.:.T,ia6'J. apr26 



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FIRST CLASS LARGE DWELLING HOUSE 
On L^ummit Avenue, ne."ir St. !'.»ul Female Seminary, 
in tlie best repair. Lot 80 by ITS feet. Enquire of 
Maltb.-, Webb A Co., in Concert Hall. aprl8:m* 



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TO THK 



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A large Msortment at VERY LXJW prices for cash. 



We are also receiving oar sprint; stock of 

DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS 

AND OLASSW^ARK. 

To which we call the attention of i-.unHumer«. We 
guarantee to job goods as low as any other house in 
the State doing a legitimate business. Orders solicited. 

VAWTER & ROJIE, 

Opp. Falls, St. Anthony. | Bridge street, Minneapolis. 
apra6-2w 

"ra* Ji jr T B n , 

A WOMAN 

TO DO PASTRY OOOKINQ. Enqair* at the 
af 27-at WINBU>W BOOBI. 



Saliuoii River Gold Mines, 

IX WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 

The sub.^cHber proposes to start for the Salmon 
River Gol M nes, l>etweea tbe fir>t and sixth of May, 
overUnn, and will provide transportntion and provis- 
ion-i 10 all pers'-ns who will join his company for $126 
tor each person. A riepnsit of $25 must be paid on or 
before the fifteenth if April, to secure a passage. 

.Applica-ion to be made to the anders gned »t his 
rftice on Fourth street, opposite tbe City Hall Square, 
.--t. Paul. Mmn 

MILES WAV-Ti-D.— 10 pair first class MULES want- 
ed, f'lr which cash will be paid on delivery. 

apr9 1iii* THOMAS DALY 



Godey for May 



AT 



MERRILL'S 



TO RENT. 



From and after the first day of ApHt, 1882, a large 
and commodious 

FIRST CLASS iiOARDLNG HOUbE, 

favorably known as the Central Honse. 
Apply to JOHN' S. PRINCE 

- marl .3 f 

Jg^ JB M • ' V H H '. 

THE MINNESOTA SEWING .MACHINE 
DEPOT 

Has been removed to French's Brick Block , next door 

east of Davenport's Book Store, Third street, St.Panl. 

apr22:lw G W BABCOQIC. Agent. 



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THE FRAME WARE-HOUSE, 

On ths comer of Sibley and Levee streets, exoept th* 
ODe third thereof, non occupied by L, B. fc C. Gr«ig , 
S^nire of OUVKR DALRTlfPLK, 

^•Om W i nilMtnMi Biook, TtaMakiwt. 



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